Drones show potential in safety applications

October 7, 2015 JIm Shadid

It seems you can't go more than a few days without hearing about the latest incident involving a drone, the catch-all term for remote-controlled miniature aircraft at the center of debates on technology's effect on privacy and public safety. Stories about accidents in football stadiums, during tennis matches and in backyards now routinely make front-page news, and have made what many still consider hobbyist toys fuel to a firestorm of public and political outcry.

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