A collaborative, student-driven site devoted to the aggregation and exploration of drones and emerging drone innovation.

As part of a two-part course at The University of Utah, students from the Honors College and Department of Communication team up here to discuss salient drone news, both foreign and domestic. We invite you to join us.

Weekly Drones News Digest For March 20th 2015

Drones Will Make It Easier to Detect Unexploded Bombs in Laos – 16 March 2015 ArchAerial, an aerial imaging company, is planning on making a new drone that can help locate and map out unexploded bombs in former war zone areas. In the past, the Vietnam War has transformed Laos into a dangerous area with undetected explosives, […]

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Weekly Drones News Digest For March 6, 2015

By Matthew Givens Mysterious Drone Sightings in Paris – 4 March 2015 Twelve different sightings of drones over Paris were reported on Tuesday and Wednesday, and they may be part of some coordinated effort. Unauthorized flying of machines is strictly prohibited in France, the offense carrying upwards of an $85,000 fine. The French people are […]

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Weekly Drones News Digest for February 20, 2015

By Ariel Herbert-Voss, Greyson Harness, and Nicolas Goller FAA Logos are property of the Federal Aviation Administration.    Drones and satellite flyovers reveal details about lost civilizations – 14 February 2015 During the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, three researchers from the European Research Council discussed how advances in imaging technologies […]

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