Brexit – Editorial comment

By Ian Cameron, editor-in-chief, AMR

So, a majority of Brits have decided to cast themselves adrift of the EU. A decision that has sent shock waves not only throughout the UK itself, but also around Europe and, indeed, the rest of the world.

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Kansas State University and Kansas Wesleyan University are joining together to offer students two courses that will focus on the use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in emergency management.

Aerial firefighting

A new law has been passed in Utah, US that will allow authorities to jam drone signals and crash devices that are flying too close to wildfires.

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