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and even the ability to ground drones because of bad weather. They system could also potentially prioritize air traffic in high-density areas. (Unfortunately, NASA and Verizon's system probably would not have saved Enrique Iglesias from his drone-related ...
Slate · 6/4/2015
To better understand how water vapor and ozone interact, NASA plans to ... above the tropics. The drone will crisscross the tropopause, the boundary between the troposphere (they layer of the atmosphere we breathe and where most weather occurs), and ...
Live Science · 1/10/2013
meaning that drones will need an Internet link to download information about weather, traffic, and restricted zones. That combination makes using the existing phone networks very attractive. However, there’s just one problem: NASA doesn’t have all that ...
Fast Company · 6/3/2015
So what if there was another way to keep track of drones when they fly where they can't be seen? A new air traffic control system announced today by Exelis Inc. offers just that option. The drone autopilot company has partnered with NASA to create a …
Popular Science · 3/11/2015
NASA recently concluded successful demonstrations of its unmanned aerial systems traffic management (UTM) system at a remote airfield south of Modesto, Calif. NASA’s UTM aims to serve as an air traffic control system for low-flying drones, roughly ...
Government Computer News · 12/3/2015
NASA is now leading the pack ... The system would be similar to existing traffic control system, where the drone system would monitor weather conditions, as well as keeping an eye out for other drones in the sky. Buildings and other low-flying news ...
TweakTown · ByAnthony Garreffa · 9/3/2014
If there are two things that are all the rage right now, it’s Mars and drones. Okay, maybe not all the rage, but a day hardly goes by without hearing about at least one of them, and it seems that NASA has made ... is thin, weather on mars is generally ...
TECH AERIS · 1/27/2015
NASA ... The drones can suspend themselves over a storm at 65,000 feet for up to 30 hours. They are equipped with six different instruments to measure winds and precipitation within the storm. The instruments also measure various weather conditions ...
ZDNet · 6/9/2012
NASA ... drone could fly into a volcanic crater to see if it would make a safe place for astronauts to set up a base, away from the harsh elements. “You could put a whole habitat inside a lava tube to shelter astronauts from radiation, thermal extremes ...
Nextgov · 8/4/2015
and what the weather will be like in a given area," said Parimal Kopardekar, manager of NASA's Safe Autonomous Systems Operations project, in the press release. The system NASA is working on would allow many commercial uses, like Amazon's drone
Fierce Mobile T · 6/11/2015