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The City of Guelph, in partnership with the cities of London and Barrie, as well as MaRS Discovery District (MaRS), is embarking on an exciting three-year project to build a virtual centre of excellence, and run multi-city innovation procurement challenges, conduct policy research, and codify learnings into a best practice Municipal Innovation Procurement Framework.

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has unexpectedly approved completely automated business drone trips by American Robotics. The organization's Scout System™ highlights progressed acoustic Detect-and-Avoid (DAA) innovation that empowers its robots to keep a protected separation from other airplane consistently. Approval archives distributed on the FAA site said that American Robotics proposed to station the Scout UA in fields at pre-reviewed destinations for broad...

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