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Local television showed live aerial shots for more than an hour Sunday afternoon of people running from store to store in strip malls in northeast Philadelphia's Port Richmond section, emerging with armfuls of merchandise as police units tried to keep up.
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As for Industrial, growth has been driven by companies' desire to cut costs through automation and robotics whereby MPWR produces scanning sensors for machines and power management chips for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), among other purposes.
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“@NPASSouthEast are providing aerial support to officers on the ground.
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According to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidelines, any recreational unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) weighing between 0.55 and 55 pounds must be registered.
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“But if you took an aerial view, you could see the spacing.”
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What's new: The drone company Zipline, which has been using its remote-controlled aerial fleet to deliver medicines in Africa for years, made its U.S. debut last week, ferrying COVID-19 supplies to hospitals in North Carolina run by Novant Health.
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One of my favourite books is a compendium of aerial shots of Britain’s football grounds.
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The CBP 104 drone has been in use since October of that year, according to a March 2007 report from Government Technology magazine that described how the new unmanned aerial system had been used to find people suspected of crossing the US border without authorization.
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Kim’s decision to end his aerial protest after 354 days came weeks after billionaire Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong, currently on trial over corruption charges, vowed to end decades of union-busting practices at the group.