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Flying Stroke Team to Rural Patients Doesn’t Beat Transfer

For patients with ischemic stroke who live in rural areas, flying a team to provide endovascular treatment (EVT) at the nearest primary stroke center did not yield significant clinical benefit compared with transferring the patients to a comprehensive stroke center, a new study shows. The adjusted odds ratio (OR) of a good outcome was 1.26…

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Flying Pre-9/11 Was, Well, a Breeze

During the mid-1990s I traveled between Dayton, Ohio, and Washington, D.C., twice a month during the school year as half of a commuting couple. I could leave Dayton by 5:15 p.m., drive nearly 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the Columbus airport during rush hour, park my car in the economy lot, and still get to…

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Flying Drones Are a Difficult Hobby But the World Can Change With Useful Automated Drones

Home » Drones » Flying Drones Are a Difficult Hobby But the World Can Change With Useful Automated Drones Skydio gave the keynote to the 2021 HotChips Conference. They have raised $340 million and are the first US Unicorn drone company. Consumer drones are still mostly a hobby because drones are difficult to fly. World…

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US authorities warn against flying drones over national lab

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — Drone pilots beware.Authorities at one of the nation’s top nuclear weapons laboratories issued a warning Monday that airspace over Los Alamos National Laboratory is off limits. The birthplace of the atomic bomb, Los Alamos lab reported that recent unauthorized drone flights have been detected in restricted airspace in the area.…

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Cities can have flying cars if they start working on infrastructure today

Nimrod Golan-Yanay Contributor Nimrod Golan-Yanay is the CEO of Urban Aeronautics, the Israel-based aerospace company behind the world’s first wingless, eco-friendly and compact aircraft fleet designed specifically for dense urban environments. Nearly everyone knows the pain of sitting in traffic watching valuable minutes tick by. Just as bad is the maddening search for a parking…

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Even Flying to the Battlefield Is About to Become Dangerous in PUBG

Dropping into the battlefield in PUBG is about to become even more perilous, as the game adds an emergency landing feature to its latest update. The patch notes for update 13.1 are live and, amongst a plethora of other features, PUBG has added an engine failure scenario to the game’s starting plane. Named appropriately, the…

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This flying fire sensor could help track wildfires from a satellite in space

Home News Tech An illustration of a fire-spotting satellite parked in orbit above California. (Image credit: Carl Pennypacker) As wildfires currently devastate western North America, a new airborne project team hopes to develop a space solution to stop conflagrations before they get out of control.The project could one day help future firefighters acquire “fire behavior”…

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‘Billionaires are flying to space – why are we still struggling to open food jars?’ Company claims first major lid innovation in over 75 years

Consumer Convenience Technologies (CCT) has introduced the world’s first aluminium lug lid, called the Eeasy Lid, which it calls the first major jar lid innovation in 75 years.The patented lid allows consumers to open a jar by pressing a button on the lid which activates a tiny slit that releases the vacuum seal, dramatically reducing…

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Dash cam captures flying Dukes of Hazzard car crash

This is dash cam footage of a car flying, and I mean flying, through the sky before crashing and rolling in what can only be described as a failed attempt at launching their car into space? Saved by THE Scream!! Non-fatality Dukes of Hazard Launch on an overpass berm! Scary way to start the day,…

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Killer Flying Robots Are Here. What Do We Do Now?

Argument An expert’s point of view on a current event. A new generation of AI-enabled drones could be used to terrible ends by rogue states, criminal groups, and psychopaths. By Vivek Wadhwa, a columnist at Foreign Policy and a fellow at Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program, and Alex Salkever, a technology writer and…