That's the only word for it: curious.
A local company, Falcon UAV, makers of special drones which are built
for the government, approved by the FAA, and specialize in using GPS and
cameras to generate highly accurate maps, started helping to map the
damage with those drones. It was basically making very useful, near
real-time maps showing the floods. You’d think that would be useful to,
say, FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency in charge of helping
to coordinate the response to the floods. Instead, FEMA ordered the drones grounded or it would have people from Falcon UAV arrested. --MoonBattery quoting TechDirt
Apparently the local Sheriff was using the drone-info to better coordinate the Sheriff's helo usage.
Too bad. So sad. Somebody died? Awww.......
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