Drone Rodeo

Drone Rodeo

What Its Like to Go To a ‘Drone Rodeo’ There are no cowboys, but plenty of crashes From a distance, CES looks awash with drones. But in reality, the annual technology expo’s show floor is a no-fly zone. After all, it’s not exactly safe to have a squadron of unmanned aerial vehicles zipping around indoors. And besides, these birds were built to soar. But the best — no, only — […]

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Dancing Drones Exhibition

Dancing Drones Exhibition

SINGAPORE: Come Friday night (Jan 8), 16 buzzing drones will dance together in sync to put on a colourful aerial light show for visitors to The Future of Us exhibition at the Gardens by the Bay. Equipped with guidance, navigation and control algorithms, the drones are capable of autonomously keeping to preset flight paths while avoiding collisions with each other – necessary to perform the six-minute routines of six to […]

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Social-friendly Ying Drone

Social-friendly Ying Drone

China’s largest Internet service portal, Tencent , is teaming up with chipmaker Qualcomm and drone-maker Zerotech to field the Ying drone, a flying robot that’s optimized for online sharing. “This drone allows you to fly around, capture video and then share it directly with social media sites,” Qualcomm CEO Steven Mollenkopf said today during a sneak peek at the International CES show in Las Vegas. Ying is built around Qualcomm’s […]

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GMA Flies Drone Into Sinkhole During A Live Broadcast In Iceland

GMA Flies Drone Into Sinkhole During A Live Broadcast In Iceland

Screen Shot 2016-01-06 at 11.18.09 AM Good Morning America ‘s Amy Robach has experienced a feat that’s unprecedented in television history: by taking viewers live into an ice sinkhole that’s thousands of feet deep. Using the very latest in drone camera technology, Robach watched today as a daring team of elite ice climbers ventured down into the vertical ice drop located in the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier. Researchers and scientists study the […]

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Autonomous drone navigation and “SLAM”, geospatial data processing

Autonomous drone navigation and “SLAM”, geospatial data processing

Terra Imaging is pleased to announce an exciting 2016, focusing on their new technology for Autonomous UAS, UAV and Drone Flight Navigation Systems specifically targeting the challenges of 3D structural, 3D facilities and 3D object modeling. Ed Gambler, Senior 3D Engineer for Terra Imaging states: “The biggest issue in 3D modeling of physical objects is incomplete Photogrammetry, LiDAR or sensor data captures, resulting in missing data gaps within the final […]

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