Drones could use an invisible license plate to track unauthorized flights

How do you tell who flew an unmanned aerial vehicle into a restricted area? DJI suggests a radio tag system could be a solution that respects legal drone operators privacy and can determine who’s behind illegal drone activity.

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Photographer captures incredible images of isolated Amazon tribe

The photographer who recently captured incredible aerial images of an isolated tribe in a remote region of Brazil has explained the story behind the remarkable pictures.

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New Apple Campus 2 video shows installation of massive glass panels

Article Image A drone operator has published an aerial video captured throughout Apple’s Campus 2 construction site, showing extensive progress including the beginning of interior and exterior glazing installation and the ceiling covering what will be the company’s new on-site theater.

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This week on AppleInsider: Apple's ambitious TV plans, Campus 2 by drone, AAPL joins DJIA, more

Last week began with AppleInsider taking a fresh aerial tour of Apple’s Campus 2, and later saw important news emerging on the company’s TV plans, including harbingers of a streaming service and a redesigned Apple TV set-top. We also renewed the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch, and took a look at the cars owned by Apple’s executives.



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US Navy deploys autonomous unmanned ‘swarmboats’ to keep its larger ships safe

US Navy RIMPAC ship formation
The US Navy, obviously a little bit jealous of the US Air Force’s autonomous aerial drones, has unveiled its new autonomous swarmboats. Swarmboats — that’s what the Navy is calling them, not me! — are smaller, artificially intelligent boats that protect the Navy’s larger ships by swarming enemy vessels and interdicting them before they can get close. The development of the swarmboats is most likely a direct response to the suicide bombing of USS Cole, where in October 2000 a small boat filled with explosives simply puttered up to the ship and killed 17 sailors.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/191680-us-navy-deploys-autonomous-unmanned-swarmboats-to-keep-its-larger-ships-safe

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US Navy deploys autonomous unmanned ‘swarmboats’ to keep its larger ships safe

US Navy RIMPAC ship formation
The US Navy, obviously a little bit jealous of the US Air Force’s autonomous aerial drones, has unveiled its new autonomous swarmboats. Swarmboats — that’s what the Navy is calling them, not me! — are smaller, artificially intelligent boats that protect the Navy’s larger ships by swarming enemy vessels and interdicting them before they can get close. The development of the swarmboats is most likely a direct response to the suicide bombing of USS Cole, where in October 2000 a small boat filled with explosives simply puttered up to the ship and killed 17 sailors.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/191680-us-navy-deploys-autonomous-unmanned-swarmboats-to-keep-its-larger-ships-safe

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New photos of Apple Campus 2 show concrete foundation work, rebar installations

Three new aerial photos of Apple’s Campus 2 construction site show rapid progress being made on the main circular building’s foundation, including rebar work for below grade retaining walls and the addition of interior “tunnels.”



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Photos of Apple Campus 2 construction site show 'underground tunnels,' continued progress

As construction of Apple’s Campus 2 headquarters in Cupertino continues, new aerial photos published Thursday show completed perimeter wall structures and below-grade levels ringing the footprint of the main structure.



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