FEMA Grounds Private Drones That Were Helping To Map Boulder Floods, Threatens To Arrest OperatorsTechdirt
Sep. 17, 2013
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As you may have heard, Boulder, Colorado has been hit by massive flooding over the past week, and it's been something of a mess. A local company, Falcon UAV, makers of special drones which are built for the government, approved by the FAA, and specialize in using GPS and cameras to generate highly accurate maps, started helping to map the damage with those drones.