Advanced drone tracking program lands in Reno
People will soon be able to track aerial drones flying within about five miles of downtown Reno.
That’s because the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Safety, a state-funded group seeking to upgrade drone infrastructure, landed an agreement to test drone-tracking hardware and software in the urban environment.
The program, which includes the city, state and federal governments and drone manufacturer DJI, is part of a broader, Nevada-based effort to serve as a testing ground for drone technology.
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