In August 2015 while on a trip to Colorado, I ended up in the Boulder Community Hospital over concerns of labored breathing and other symptoms. During the course of that visit, the cardiologist on call came into my room, looked at my report and said: “This is a bad EKG!” To make a long story short, we obtained a copy of a recent EKG performed on my previous checkup that showed what looked to be an abnormal EKG represented a normal one for me. Thus convinced, the hospital released me with a diagnosis of a bad case of high altitude fever. So what’s this have to do with a bad schedule? Read more.
Early last month we posted a video on the tunnel portion of the Ohio River Bridges Project. This week, we have a short and sweet video of the completion of the East End Bridge Crossing over the past three months, showing installation of the decks and cable stays. Read more.
The NEW Small UAS Rule (Part 107) for commercial use of drones, including all pilot and operating rules, is in effect as of 12:01 a.m. EDT on August 29, 2016. According to the Associated Press reporting on an August 29 news conference, FAA officials forecast 600,000 commercial drone aircraft operating in the U.S. within the year (see story at bigstory.ap.org). Read more.