Monthly Archives: September 2015

US Senate Debates Increased Legislation for Recreational Drones

The US Federal Aviation Administration has recently been receiving increasing amounts of reports about unmanned drones flying dangerously close to piloted aircrafts and over busy airports in New York, Minneapolis, and Austin. This has raised concerns in the US Senate … Continue reading

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Researchers Suggest a Way to Track Population Density by Using Mobile Network Data

Population density and distribution is a key variable in designing strategies or assessing the impacts of existing environmental or social policies. Normally, decision makers obtain this data from national institutes for statistics or other local authorities. However, this data is … Continue reading

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