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Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have the potential to help the Queensland Police Service (QPS) with situations such as sieges or industrial fires where officers’ lives could be put at risk, according to QPS Superintendent Brian Huxley.
Australia needs to create a cybersecurity ecosystem of companies so there are more opportunities for computer scientist and software engineering graduates according to NICTA software systems research group leader Scientia Professor Gernot Heiser.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) believes there is no stopping commercial deployment of drones, according to CASA director John McCormick.
South Australian Police (SAPOL) officers are undergoing training to pilot two small remote controlled aircraft that the force has added to its arsenal. The South Australian government provided around $200,000 for the purchase of the aircraft, which arrived this week.
The drones are coming... and they’re carrying textbooks.
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