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Students Flying Drones No Longer Need Section 333 Exemption

The FAA has changed its tuned on students flying drones for educational purposes. FAA administrator Michael Huerta said schools and students will soon no longer need a Section 333 exemption or any other authorization prior to flying drones as part of their coursework.
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5 Crowdfunding Drone Projects That Failed

A recap of some of the more memorable drone projects that failed on Indiegogo and Kickstarter.
Future Tech

Self-Driving Minivans Being Built by Google, Chrysler

Google will collaborate with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to put its self-driving car technology into 100 Pacifica minivans.
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WowWee Lumi Drone Designed for Indoor Gaming

WowWee is entering the toy drone space with the Lumi drone, a self-stabilizing quadcopter designed for indoor gaming.


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Students Flying Drones No Longer Need Section 333 Exemption
The FAA has changed its tuned on students flying drones for educational...

5 Crowdfunding Drone Projects That Failed
A recap of some of the more memorable drone projects that failed...

Self-Driving Minivans Being Built by Google, Chrysler
Google will collaborate with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles to put its self-driving car...

5 Promising Robots for Kids with Autism
Robots are helping autistic children in ways humans can't. Here are five...