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Deputy Hangs From Chopper To Rescue Dog

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March 17, 2014
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In Northern California, Oreo the labrador had gotten stuck halfway down a cliff. But that didn't stop rescuers from getting to her. Video provided by Newsy


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Wearable Technology Is Going To The Dogs With Voyce

Wearable Technology Is Going To The Dogs With Voyce

TheStreet (June 25, 2014) — Wearable technology has gone to the dogs. No, really, Voyce has designed a wearable device for dogs that measures a range of key vital signs like heart rate and respiratory rate. The device also tracks the dog's sleeping patterns and activity levels. Voyce's online tool that displays the data also provides a library of information if you have questions about your dog's vital signs. The collar is lightweight and not much heavier or bigger than a normal collar. Unfortunately, it doesn't say what your dog is thinking, but our guess is that he just wants another treat or go for a walk. Video provided by TheStreet
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White House Defends Iran Nuclear Deal

White House Defends Iran Nuclear Deal

AP (Nov. 25, 2013) — The White House is defending itself against critics of the weekend nuclear agreement with Iran. Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes says Iran must keep its commitments or the deal will be voided. (Nov. 25)
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Aerial Engineers Seek Inspiration From Slo Mo Hummingbirds

Aerial Engineers Seek Inspiration From Slo Mo Hummingbirds

Reuters (Oct. 1, 2013) — Researchers at Stanford University are looking to one of nature's most agile creatures - the hummingbird - for design tips as they build the next generation of aerial search and rescue vehicles. Using high-speed cameras, the engineers are slowing down time to study the birds in flight. Ben Gruber reports.
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World's Smallest Autopilot to Heighten UAV Disaster Response

World's Smallest Autopilot to Heighten UAV Disaster Response

Reuters (Sep. 30, 2013) — Dutch-based engineers have created what they says is the world's smallest auto-pilot attachment for unmanned aerial vehicles, a technology that will greatly expand their value in firefighting, building reconnaissance, and search-and-rescue missions. It's called the Lisa/S autopilot and it's about the size of a postage stamp. Jim Drury reports.
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