Podcast: Parachutes For Drones Protect People On The Ground

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While drones are increasingly used near crowds, the FAA still prohibits their flight directly over people. As a means of gaining FAA approval to fly drones over crowds, a company called Indemnis has developed a fast-deploying ballistic parachute that’s designed to resist entanglement if the aircraft is tumbling or spinning, thus making crowd flights safer. In this podcast, Indemnis CEO Amber McDonald explains how the product works.

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