Tag Archives: FAA

Delivery Drones

Google’s Wing becomes first company to gain FAA approval for the concept Utility drones for repairs, military and surveillance drones for security reasons, mapping drones….we seem to have every kind of flying robot we want…except for the one that perhaps best defines the 21st century: a convenience drone designed for consumers. Check that box, now, […]

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FAA Grounds Boeing MAX

Delayed decision ultimately grounds 74 U.S. airliners Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 jets, of which there are 74 models currently functional in three United States airlines, have been grounded by order of the Federal Aviation Administration. The questionably delayed order came Wednesday afternoon, over three days after fatal safety flaws were found on […]

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Heat the ‘Crete

Researchers developing heating methods to combat ice and snow Innovation reigns. The term has been a constant in the manufacturing industry and continues to be a point of emphasis for those trying to keep pace with advances in technology. One recent innovation is the development of electrically-heated concrete and pavement systems that aim to resolve […]

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Rotors in the Sky

Tech College Discusses Drones at Rotary Club Drones have been a popular topic recently. Sometimes a source of intrigue, at others a worry of security. Primary discussion about drones has been related to their use in military-related activity. This week’s news has included reports that now seem routine about U.S. Army drones being intercepted over Syria, […]

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