Minn. college launches nation's first drone image-analysis program

12/23/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Unmanned aircraft can be used for several purposes, from monitoring war zones and gathering intelligence to collecting video for agriculture and emergency management. As use of drones increases so, too, does the need for individuals trained to interpret video collected by the devices. To help meet this need, a college in Minnesota has launched the nation's first certificate program to train students in drone video analysis.

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