Hundreds queued at a supermarket in Daegu, one of the South Korean epicentres of the virus outbreak.
A national drone pilot association sent the City of Saskatoon a letter that says that a new bylaw governing drone use in the municipality "imposes unreasonable expectations on drone users." "It creates issues in terms of confusing operators for what is actually required to be able to operate within the city," said Kate Klassen, a director of Unmanned Systems Canada.
Flying robots called Sparrows will soon be getting their own piece of the runway at the Edmonton International Airport. The airport authority said it has entered into a new commercial agreement with Drone Delivery Canada that is expected to be the world's first regularly scheduled drone delivery service from an airport.
The Interior Department has grounded its fleet of more than 800 drones, citing potential cybersecurity risks and the need to support U.S. drone production - suggesting the move is aimed at least in part at China, a leading drone producer.
A group of B.C. researchers have returned from a trip along the coast with a trove of new photos, video and data gathered by studying killer whales from above. The team of scientists from the University of B.C., along with collaborators from the Hakai Institute, spent August and September using drones and other tools to observe the feeding behaviour of northern and southern resident killer whales.