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Drones in the city: 10 alternative applications

28 Jul 2015  | David Wagner

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(Source: GoPro via YouTube)

New York has deployed drones in an anti-terrorism surveillance capacity since 2012. But I wanted to end this on a happy note, so I'm actually going to talk about a non-government use of drones. In August, the New York Drone Film Festival will begin accepting submissions for its 2016 programme, the first of its kind that I am aware of, and certainly the first of this scale. Seems like a nice way to put the skills of the drone on display without, you know, shooting at anyone. This picture comes from a drone flying through fireworks.

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