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“Sue the Bums!” Drones Get Dragged into Court
Sue the bums! Could spy drones above Super Bowl practice fields warrant litigation? (February 02, 2016)

Precision Agriculture Cultivates Demand for Drones
Although the FAA has yet to revise its regulations for commercial drone use, both UAV providers and farmers anticipate growing adoption of robotic crop management. (January 27, 2016)

The FAA: Home of the $250K Drone Fine. Seriously?
Is it time yet for reflection on the FAA's new rules? Yes! (January 14, 2016)

Five Robotics Predictions for 2016
Don't wait up for flying cars, but robotic farms, factories, and households are coming sooner than you may think. (January 04, 2016)

U.K. Could Follow International Approach to Drone Rules
Although the U.K. was among the first nations to adopt clear and comprehensive regulations governing airborne drones, safety and privacy concerns will likely lead to more developments. (December 14, 2015)

Drone Startups Benefit From Investor Tailwinds
Aeryon Labs gets funding for commercial drones, SkySpecs earns money for drone sensors, and Flypro represents Chinese consumer UAVs. (December 02, 2015)

CyPhy Works Takes to Skies Over Japan, the U.S.
CyPhy Works plans to open an office in Japan, which it believes will be the largest market for commercial drones. (November 23, 2015)

Big Deal, Drones Fly, but What Can They Do for Me?
$82 billion plus 100,000 new, high-paying jobs will be created by drones says AUVSI. Credible? Let's see. (November 13, 2015)

Drones Fly High Despite Ban in India
India is the world's largest drone importer and is expected to follow the U.S. regulatory model, but can or should it enforce existing bans? (November 12, 2015)

WEBCAST: FAA’s Impact on Drones
Will registration put a chill on the FAA's attempts to regulate drones in the national air space? (November 08, 2015)

University Aims to Make Leeds a Self-Repairing City
Robots are spreading beneath streets, reducing traffic disruptions. University researchers are developing drones for inspecting and repairing urban infrastructure, and ULC Robotics' CISBOT is already crawling through gas pipes in several cities. (October 26, 2015)

UPS Helps Raise $22M for CyPhy Works Drones
CyPhy Works has received investor support to commercialize its tethered PARC drones, but untethered UAV deliveries could also be in the works. (October 15, 2015)

Cambridge University Team Devises Multifunction Materials
By combining materials at nanoscale, a University of Cambridge team has created designer materials that combine functions and sensing. (October 07, 2015)

New Network to Boost U.K. Robotics Capabilities
The U.K. Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network and the Northern Robotics Network invest millions to facilitate commercialization, help local economy. (September 30, 2015)

Intel Invests $67M in China Tech Firms
Intel Corp.'s investment arm is spending $67 million in eight Chinese technology companies in the hope of building an ecosystem for its processors. (September 21, 2015)



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