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In the virtual cockpit: What it takes to fly a drone

Drone pilots escape the physical demands and dangers of a traditional cockpit. There's no g-force pinning them to their seats, no uncomfortable pressure suit to wear and no panic because the aircraft they are sitting in is spiraling out of control.

Instead of soaking in sensory information through their eyes and ears and fingers, drone pilots spend hours watching their crafts...

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Vahimir E Vahimir E says:
What is wrong with my playstation2 remote controller?
For about a few weeks now my remote controller for my ps2 has been acting strange. Every button except for the start button works. When the screen says press start, I do so but nothing happens.I know it is not the game because I have tried it with...
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probbaly the buttins wore out just get a new 1 there soooooo much cheaper now!

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