If you’re taking part in Friday’s Jobbie Nooner boating party on Lake St. Clair, beware — electronic eyes will be watching.
The cuts come as the Battle Creek Air National Guard Base prepares for a future of flying drones as part of broader mission changes in the military.
You might not think of an event called the Great Lakes Crop Summit would be much for technology. But with robots, drones and climate change on the agenda, there’s a lot more than you’d think.
Look, up in the sky. It’s a bird … it’s a plane … no, it’s a drone! Because of drones, are we losing our privacy? Should Michigan become a no-drone zone?
Some Michigan lawmakers say they want to limit law enforcement’s use of unpiloted aerial drones in an effort to protect people’s privacy.
A Republican Michigan lawmaker has proposed measures to restrict the use of pilotless aircraft by law enforcement to gather information.
John Rimanelli revived the business, initially founded in 1922, to develop and build unmanned and remotely-controlled autonomous aircraft, or “drones”