Baltimore Gas and Electric Company recently partnered to test an autonomous drone inspection system in Maryland.
Baltimore’s first-ever drone racing league kicks off this weekend in Greenmount West.
A new collaboration between Baltimore’s Open Works and Global Air Media makes the days when parents first sent their teenagers away to computer camp look like ancient history.
If you hear a faint buzzing sound in the sky, it’s increasingly likely that the culprit is a drone; more than 180,000 people have registered their unmanned aircraft with the FAA so far. But some people are concerned that the popularity of drones is outpacing manufacturers’ and regulators’ ability to ensure they’re safe and regulated.
For most people, drones don’t have great connotations. We associate them with bombs being dropped in foreign countries, or with sinister domestic surveillance programs. But a couple in Owings Mills has been putting small, unmanned aircraft to a different use — they’re using them to create art.