Drones

Read: Drones to Track Cheaters During ‘World’s Toughest Exam’

Drones to Track Cheaters During ‘World’s Toughest Exam’

Chinese school officials are planning to deploy drones to identify students who use high tech methods to cheat on the National College Entrance Exam.

Read: Attack of the Drones: Enrique Iglesias Injured During Concert

Attack of the Drones: Enrique Iglesias Injured During Concert

Singer Enrique Iglesias was injured after grabbing a drone that was capturing photos of him during one of his concerts in Tijuana, Mexico.

Read: Drone’s Eye View: Video Footage Shows Flood’s Devastating Aftermath

Drone’s Eye View: Video Footage Shows Flood’s Devastating Aftermath

Video footage taken by drones shows the devastation of a severe storm system that has resulted in the deaths of 19 people in Oklahoma and Texas.

Read: Secom’s New Security Drone Trails, Records Intruders

Secom’s New Security Drone Trails, Records Intruders

Japanese security firm Secom has unveiled a drone that will launch when it detects an intruder all while sending HD video to security professionals.

Read: Thieves Use Drones to Pinpoint Home Security Weaknesses

Thieves Use Drones to Pinpoint Home Security Weaknesses

Authorities believe larger homes with substantial grounds may be the most likely target for thieves using drones.

Drone Used by Graffiti ‘Artist’ to Deface Kendall Jenner Ad in NYC

To launch the aerosol attack, he attached a can of red spray paint to a drone and blasted the image of Jenner’s face via remote control.

Read: Benefits of Drone Surveillance

Benefits of Drone Surveillance

Stampede and Unmanned Vehicle University’s strategic alliances helps dealers educate clients on drone use and safety.

Read: Surveillance Specialist Uses Balloons, Kites After FAA Ban on Drones

Surveillance Specialist Uses Balloons, Kites After FAA Ban on Drones

A former Arizona law enforcement officer is using kites and balloons to gather forensic video evidence for crime-scene analysis and accident reconstruction.

Read: Department of Homeland Security: Drones Could Threaten Super Bowl XLIX

Department of Homeland Security: Drones Could Threaten Super Bowl XLIX

The Department of Homeland Security is working to protect the Super Bowl game from the possibility of a drone threat.

Read: Drone Crash at White House Underscores Security Gap

Drone Crash at White House Underscores Security Gap

The FAA has banned the use of commercial drones, though the agency is drafting proposed rules at the behest of Congress.

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