Images: Intel Advances the Safe Integration of Drones into US Airspace

  • An Intel Falcon 8+ drone outfitted with a FLIR thermal sensor de
  • The Intel Cockpit drone flight controller interface indicates th
  • Intel drone team members inspect an Intel Falcon 8+ commercial d
  • The Open Drone ID mobile application shows the path an Intel Fal

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Photo 1: An Intel Falcon 8+ drone outfitted with a FLIR thermal sensor detects a herd of resting cattle at night during Open Drone ID and UAS Integrated Pilot Program operations in the Choctaw Nation, outside Durant, Oklahoma, on Aug. 15 2018. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: The Intel Cockpit drone flight controller interface indicates the flight path an Intel Falcon 8+ drone takes during Open Drone ID and UAS Integrated Pilot Program operations in the Choctaw Nation, outside Durant, Oklahoma, on Aug. 15 2018. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Intel drone team members inspect an Intel Falcon 8+ commercial drone during Open Drone ID and UAS Integrated Pilot Program event in the Choctaw Nation, outside Durant, Oklahoma, on Aug. 15 2018. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: The Open Drone ID mobile application shows the path an Intel Falcon 8+ commercial drone took during Open Drone ID and UAS Integrated Pilot Program event in the Choctaw Nation, outside Durant, Oklahoma, on Aug. 15 2018. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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