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Posts Tagged "drone journalism"

DroneHack Journalism: innovating storytelling from the air

Jan 25 2017

Journalists are increasingly using drones – in conflict scenarios, national sporting events and on regional programming. DroneHack Journalism, held at Manchester’s Sharp…

Mindtrek 2016

Jul 26 2016

  Bringing Together Companies, Associations, Public Organizations and Students Alike. Mindtrek is a unique package of technologies, innovations and a possibility of…

DME16 hosts journalism DroneHack

Apr 29 2016

Flat-pack UAV platforms, sensors, thermal imaging cameras, pens, paper, scissors and the prestigious 3D-printed Golden Drone trophy: last week saw Digital Media…

Drones over Austin

Oct 31 2014

The Media Innovation Studio’s Civic Drone Centre team have beaten off over 3,000 applications to win a panel session at the prestigious 2015 international SXSW festival.  

Drones arrive at Manchester’s Future of Digital 2014

Apr 04 2014

aerosee and drone journalism features as part of the Business Growth Hub’s inaugural ‘Future of Digital Conference 2014′.

AeroSee showcased at Digital Economy 2013

Nov 11 2013

This week saw Clare Cook and John Mills demo UCLan’s Media Innovation Studio and School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences’ AeroSee project at the Digital Economy All Hands Conference 2013.

Social Media and Drones: Paris to Tampere

Oct 04 2013

Media Innovation Studio researcher Clare Cook has been travelling across Europe over the last few weeks to present work on Social Media and the AeroSee drone project.

AeroSee drones take to sky in search and rescue scenario

Aug 02 2013

Drone search and rescue research project discovers ‘missing hiker’ in 69 seconds

AeroSee prepares for ‘Drone Journalism’ test flight

Jul 16 2013

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is launching a drone – AeroSee – that could save lives in the Lake District mountains. And members of the public are invited to join the live search and rescue trial operation from their desktop computers, tablet devices and mobiles.