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I'm not sure which category something like this would best fit, but it occurred to me that election lines would be prime targets for crazy people to do a lot of damage in a hurry. I suggested to local law enforcement that drones could be a useful tool for monitoring voting sites. There would be a boatload of FAA waivers that would be needed in order to cover an election site and election times from early morning to evening hours. VLOS, altitude, flying at dawn and dusk and evening flights, flying over people, potential conflict with helicopters overhead. Just about all of the regulat
UN /UNOSAT uses live/ realtime maps for disaster management: https://www.unitar.org/unosat/maps?qt-maps_quicktab=1#qt-maps_quicktab https://unosat.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=b9f9da798f364cd6a6e68fc20f5475eb The content comes from UN-Asign, a phone app by Ansur Technologies for crowdsourcing imagery. Ansur Technologies also delivers UAV-Asign for UAV usage: