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Just Released! The Utah Drone Report 2016

We are happy to announce the release of The Utah Drone Report 2016: Economic, Legal, Social, and Technological Trends. This report is the result of a semester-long project conducted by students in HONOR 3374, Drones and Society, in the Honors College at the University of Utah. The report describes the emerging drone industry in Utah and places it […]

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Drones and Privacy: An Interview with Professor Randy Dryer

Randy Dryer is a lawyer and professor of law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah. I recently had the opportunity to speak with him about the implications of drones for privacy rights. Zeke Peterson: How does your work give you a unique perspective on issues involving drones? Randy Dryer: I […]

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Drone Research at the University of Utah: An Interview with Daman Bareiss

Here at the University of Utah Department of Mechanical Engineering, a group of graduate students led by Dr. Kam K. Leang have been working in a research team dubbed the DARC (Design, Automation, Robotics & Control) Laboratory. There, the team works on design for remotely controlled aircraft and development of intelligent autonomous systems intended to improve navigation […]

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