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  1. Over the many years that I've been training disabled veterans into becoming small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) commercial (FAA Part 107) operators with Wounded Eagle UAS, it's come to my attention that there is an amazing therapy treatment that physical therapists and those in the medical community are unaware of. A therapy treatment that strengthens/teaches eye and hand co-ordination, spacial thinking, muscle training and memory, dexterity, concentration, focus, and attention span along with employment and enhanced social enabling skills. Most all of my students have mentioned to m
  2. I generally shoot video everywhere I go. I spent a day and a half at AUVSI and shot this while walking around between the meetings. Its simply some video vignettes edited to music to give someone who has never attended this show what it might be like. There's a lot of drone's...
  3. Last Week the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) came out with a list of voluntary Best Practices as they relate to drone usage for data collection, storage, and dissemination for both commercial and recreational use. If you have been paying attention to the news this past year you have undoubtedly heard tails of privacy wows, some of the most infamous have been the FBI v Apple over the rights to crack into an Iphone for national security reasons. Large companies like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft have all weighed in on the need to balance security with the rig
  4. Valuable market intelligence here, courtesy of AUVSI. Here's an article on their report just released with some key stats. What stands out to you? I'd love to read some commentary from people here. Thanks, Brett