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Leave Nothing Up in the Air: Bridge Inspections in the Age of Drones

Drones make bridge inspections safer and easier to document. A complementary 3-D bridge app developed by the Michigan Tech Research Institute also streamlines defect records. Bridging basic and ... read more

10 Years After Bridge Collapse, America Is Still Crumbling

Minnesota has also stepped up and improved bridge inspections, and now even uses drones sometimes to take photos and video ... It's a challenge that will no doubt grow as structures age and federal ... read more

Why Is Canada Winning The Drone Race?

For one shot in the upcoming movie Age ... up to 125 feet. The dramatic shot wouldn’t have been possible without using an unmanned flying camera -- an entirely new tool for creative cinematography. ... read more

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How to Protect a Remote, Secret Sandbar

But this time it looks a bit like Namibia –vehicles on the sand, lines of surfers trudging up the point, drones in the air and cameras ... and that has nothing to do with the number of surfers in the ... read more


This MIT Startup, AirWorks, Aims To Be The Top Aerial Data Analytics Service For Construction Firms

In the Age of Big Data, humans generate 2.5 quintillion bytes ... Morczinek, 31, and Kernsowski, 37, founded AirWorks to not only speed up the aerial mapping process via drones, but also automate the ... read more

Commentary: At 31, my first glimpse of life outside Gaza

I was born and grew up in Gaza ... But Israel imposed a land, air and sea blockade on Gaza in 2007 and has kept Gaza mostly closed ever since. So I never made it out until now, at age 31, I was ... read more

U.S. senators take 911th fight to Air Force

Pennsylvania’s two U.S. senators met with a key figure Friday in trying to keep the 911th Air Force Reserve station open. Officials have said they fear the Air Force could again target the Moon ... read more

Their numbers dwindling, North Texas survivors of Pearl Harbor carry on

Another, Anthony Gannarelli of McKinney, died in April at the age of 102 ... through, nothing was impossible." Lowe remembers his time during the war effort fondly — and succinctly. "I was there when ... read more

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Fly the Damn Plane

Death, for me, is bound up in everything ... Today, flying is nothing. We've been doing it for over a hundred years. The golden age of aviation gave way to the golden age of air travel, which has ... read more

St. Louis Blues Lose In Overtime After Refs Miss Obvious Hand Pass By Sharks

Yet despite the stakes, not a single one of the four on-ice officials managed to see the most obvious of obvious hand passes, when Timo Meier swatted a puck out of mid-air in the St. Louis ... and Dan ... read more

Bridge Run, Volvo Finals, Flowertown Festival: A user's guide to Charleston's busiest weekend

Here's what you need to know if you want to join — or avoid — the crowds: Lots of room: With the Bridge Run’s Expo at the ... What not to bring: Leave your golf cart, drones, weapons and pets at home, ... read more

Is efficiency worth the extra cost?

Tax credits for existing homes, 30 percent of the cost, up to $1,500 in 2009 and 2010 ... but building materials, heating and air-conditioning units, windows and, in the case of new construction, ... read more



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