Drones In The Sky Vs Privacy And Safety

Drones in the Sky vs Privacy and Safety

Now that the USA has officially implemented the regulatory process for managing and matching up drones (aka. UAV or UAS) via the official UAS registry, the topic of discussion may now be switching focus to that of safety and privacy. Case in point, the New York Times has raised this issue in an editorial and perhaps rightfully so. There’s no doubting that all of these topics of concern are inter-related and so the registry is likely just the first piece of the puzzle in an effort to address the main topic of concern for Joe Public – privacy.

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Looking Back On The Coolest Gadgets Of 2015

Looking Back on The Coolest Gadgets of 2015

We’re pretty sure that many of you enjoy those “best of the year” lists and features that pop-up at year end and in the New Year, we sure do! One such Gadgets list that got our attention, mainly due to the huge “geek” factor of the topic, is this list of top gadget trends. The publication GI Gadget recently ranked some of  the best and worst gadgets , ranging from motorized skateboards, Eco cars, drones, flying cars and more – enjoy!

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Tech Tip Monday – UVic Shares Top 10 Moments Of 2015

Tech Tip Monday – UVic Shares Top 10 Moments of 2015

A look back at some Top 10 moments… With year end upon us that means we’ve reached a time to reflect on all the awesomeness that was in 2015. A favorite activity here is to catch up on all the best of the best stories, tips, and blogs that were shared online over the past 12 months. The web is seemingly endless with grat stories hidden all over the place so we’re always stoked to run into another great Top list to help us weed out all the best things that we may have missed. This Top 10 list shared by the University of Victoria certainly delivers.

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Why A Drone Registry Might Not Be Such A Bad Idea

Why a Drone Registry Might Not be Such A Bad Idea

  • December 18, 2015
  • News

There’s been much discussion recently concerning the topic of a drone licensing and even a drone registry (database) of official drone users. Obviously, each country has their own governing body along with specific rules and regulations that users are required to comply with so new users are wise to consult with local agencies to be sure they are in compliance.The discussion leads us to wonder if a drone registry might not be such a bad idea.

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