Garage Door Repair Pro’s Phoenix Relies on Cutting-Edge Technology to Render Pro-Level Services

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PHOENIX – October 12, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )

Garage Door Repair Pro’s Phoenix, an eminent Phoenix garage doors  service provider, is currently funding advance research into modern technologies and equipment to improve the speed and efficiency of its range of services. The company wants to incorporate the latest technologies and innovations into its arsenal of tools so that it can complete jobs faster and with greater efficiency. With the help of modern tools and new innovations, the company will also be looking to offer cheaper solutions for residential and commercial services.

Using technological advancement to increase the efficiency as well as decrease the cost of its garage door services for Phoenix  is part of the company’s brand of service. Furthermore, as a leading service provider, Garage Door Repair Pro’s Phoenix

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The FAA is opening the door a crack for self-flying drones like Skydio to reach their potential

You can’t fly a drone at night. You can’t fly a drone over people. You need to be able to see it with your naked eye at all times — or have a dedicated observer who can. These rules exist to keep dumb drones (and reckless pilots) from crashing into people, property, and other aircraft in the skies.

But what happens when drones get smarter, and can dodge obstacles on their own? That’s the kind of drone that Skydio builds, and it appears to be successfully convincing the FAA to create exceptions to that naked-eye, Visual Line Of Sight (VLOS) rule.

This week, the FAA granted the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) a first-of-its-kind blanket waiver to fly Skydio drones beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) to inspect any bridge, anywhere across the state, for four whole years. They just need to make sure the bridge isn’t occupied by

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