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Videos of presentations at Ryerson University symposium on UAVs

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11 August 2013



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On June 30th of this year, Ryerson University in Toronto held an event titled UAVs: Pros vs Cons Symposium. Some of the presentations have since been incorporated into a YouTube playlist by Nikola Danaylov. The five videos can be seen here:

From the media advisory announcing the event:

Hosted by the Ted Roger’s School of Management’s Privacy and Cyber Crime Institute, the forum is sponsored by the Centre for Excellence in Policing and Security, University of Wollongong (Australia), Flinders University (Australia), Leeds University (U.K), EPIC.org, Dronejournalism.org, Drones for Good and sUAS News.



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