Call for participation: Research on drone policy for development and humanitarianism

September 9, 2017 |

Call for participation: The Sentinel Project has launched a new research project focused on the use of drones for development and humanitarianism in the Global South. We’re looking for people and organizations working with this technology around the world to participate in interviews about your ideas and experiences. See the bottom of this post for…

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Internationally Recognized Experts Join Sentinel Advisory Council

February 10, 2015 |

The Sentinel Project is pleased to announce the expansion of our advisory board. Patrick Meier is the Director of Social Innovation at Qatar Computing Research Institute and a luminary and leader in the application of new technologies for crisis-mapping, early warning, humanitarian response and resilience.  Patrick is working with the Sentinel Project’s Humanitarian UAV (Unmanned Aerial…

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Support Peace This Holiday Season With Sentinel Gifts

December 8, 2014 |

The Sentinel Project has officially launched its Sentinel Gift feature.  This holiday season you can do your gift shopping and support the Sentinel Project at the same time.  Our gift catalog offers items you won’t find in any store.  Early warning drones, satellite imagery, the gift of education for residents of remote Kenyan villages and…

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Sentinel Project Launches Humanitarian Aerospace Initiative

October 22, 2014 |

The Sentinel Project has launched its humanitarian aerospace initiative with plans to deploy ‘humanitarian drones’ in conflict zones around the world.  The long term goal is to demonstrate the value of overlapping multi-vehicle unmanned aerial systems for security, early warning, atrocity prevention and disaster response. Help support our endeavour by by voting for ‘Humanitarian Drones…

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The Drone Debate: Transparency and Accountability

November 28, 2013 |

In this last post of our blog series on the humanitarian use of drones we look at two closely related issues that call into question the current use of armed drones and raise a serious point of discussion for the humanitarian use of this technology. These two issues are transparency and accountability. Transparency refers to…

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