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Internet-in-a-Box shows you the latest Content Packs
installable in the languages your community needs (from online
libraries like
Kiwix,
OER2Go,
Archive.org)
then takes care of all the downloading details for you!

See

Mexico’s live demo

and our

medical examples

used by clinics in Asia and Africa especially, as hosted by
Wikipedia.

Schools can also choose among

almost 40 powerful apps

for teachers and students — optionally with a complete LMS
(learning management system) like Kolibri, Moodle, Nextcloud,
Sugarizer or WordPress.

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Friendly Community

Internet-in-a-Box is a

community product

enabled by professional volunteers working

side-by-side

with schools, clinics and libraries around the world — and the

Wikipedia community

especially.

Thank you everyone for humbly being part of this

OFF.NETWORK

grassroots learning

movement
.

Please consider

how you too might assist

this epic effort.
It’s astonishing how far we’ve come since Internet-in-a-Box’s
original demo in 2013 — and how far we will go together,
If You Too Can Help!

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FAA authorizes Zipline to deliver commercial packages using drones

Site Notification

Site Notification

Monday, September 18, 2023

The FAA authorized Zipline International, Inc., to deliver commercial packages around Salt Lake City and Bentonville, Arkansas, using drones that fly beyond the operator’s visual line of sight. Read the approval letters here and here. Zipline is an FAA-certificated Part 135 operator and will use its Sparrow drone to release the payload via parachute. Data collected from these operations will inform the FAA’s ongoing policy and rulemaking activities. 


 


The FAA is focused on developing standard rules to make BVLOS operations routine, scalable and economically viable. The agency chartered the Beyond Visual Line of Sight Aviation Rulemaking Committee on June 9, 2021 to provide safety recommendations to the FAA. We are reviewing their final report.


  


The FAA’s long-term goal is to safely integrate drones into the National Airspace System rather than set aside separate airspace exclusively for drones. This approach is consistent with the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 and the FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016. The 2016 Act directed the FAA, in conjunction with NASA, to continue developing a plan for Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management (UTM), which will assist in integration efforts.


 


Learn more here and here.

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