5. Police in Quebec issued a new reminder about Canada's drone rules after a drone was discovered on the roof of a house in Chomedey last July.
6. U.S. Air Force Academy cadets are developing a stealthy drone that could one day evolve into a combat-ready warplane.
7. A Crown car ran over a drone that was filming footage for New Zealand's Parliament TV.
8. Drones could help animators shoot highly technical film scenes more easily. A new system, developed by computer scientists at ETH Zürich, uses two commercial drones that follow an actor's movements "and automatically adjust their position so that the target can always be shot from two angles." The actors perform the movements before an animated figure is built around them.
9. London's Metropolitan Police are conducting trials of facial recognition technology, which could impact the agency's drone usage. The police could use the tech to search for criminals in public areas. Drones could provide a more flexible viewpoint of the public than fixed CCTV cameras, according to Drone Life.
10. Britain's government could roll out anti-drone technology at the country's prisons. Prisons minister Rory Stewart said officials are looking into an electronic fencing technique to prevent contraband-carrying drones from entering jail yards.