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Trulia®, a home and neighborhood site for homebuyers and renters, introduced Trulia Neighborhoods, a first-of-its-kind experience sharing crowdsourced local knowledge, original photography, and drone footage. With information on local safety, commute, and parent reviews of nearby schools, Trulia Neighborhoods gives consumers a genuine feel for what it’s like to actually live in a neighborhood.  Trulia’s new …
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Early this month we received official confirmation regarding the new date for the highly anticipated DJI See The Bigger Picture event. The event, which was originally scheduled for July 18th, 2018, was postponed on 7/9/18 so the company could ensure that they would be able to “deliver according to our standard of innovation”. The company even stated “User experience is …
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At the request of its Federal security partners, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is using its existing authority under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations § 99.7 – “Special Security Instructions” – to address concerns about drone operations over national security-sensitive facilities by establishing temporary flight restrictions specific to unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). In cooperation with the …
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FAI, the World Air Sports Federation, announces the full list of expert speakers attending the FAI International Drones Conference and Expo 2018 at the EPFL Rolex Learning Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland. Global experts from throughout the drone world will gather to share their expertise at the two-day conference taking place on 31 August and 1 …
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Influential commission mulls state-level measure that could prove problematic for burgeoning U.S. drone industry. Many of today’s routine drone flights could be redefined as “aerial trespass” under a law proposed by a commission known for its influence with state legislatures, cautioned veteran LeClairRyan aviation attorneys during a webinar attended by more than 300 aviation and …
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The prison industry’s operations are not a widely known to the general public, for starters most assume the state or federal government runs the prison, this is true that there are both federal and state-owned prison facilities, but there are also private facilities that outnumber those ran by the government. Private facilities are run by …
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