The future of no-fly-zone geofencing (from Wired)

The future of no-fly-zone geofencing (from Wired)

Smarter geofencing features are coming to drones like the 3D Robotics Solo and DJI Phantom series. In both cases, the GPS-driven safety features are driven by a company called AirMap. From Wired: PARKER GYOKERES KNOWS what he’s doing with a drone. A retired US Air Force photojournalist, Gyokeres now runs his own aerial photography business , and has flown photo and video missions for clients as varied as Wu-Tang Clan, […]

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Workhorse Delivery Drone

Workhorse Delivery Drone

Meet Workhorse, The Company That’s Competing With Amazon For Delivery Drones THIS MAKER OF ELECTRIC TRUCKS IS TESTING DRONES AT AN OHIO AIRFIELD. At a small airport in Ohio, a truck manufacturer is testing out something decidedly futuristic: Small, retractable drone aircraft that pop off a delivery truck’s roof and fly packages to delivery points a mile away. The manufacturer, the Workhorse Group, thinks drones can cut gas costs and […]

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New Dutch Drone Racing community

New Dutch Drone Racing community

Hi Dutchies on DIY drones! We want to invite you to our new Drone Racing related community, we hope to help the sport grow by supporting it online and offline with events and races to come! Hope to see you soon as a member on http://www.droneracers.nl Kind regards, Matthijs Click here to view original web page at diydrones.com

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Drones Could Become an Airline’s Best Friend

Drones Could Become an Airline’s Best Friend

Usually when you hear “drone” and “airplane” in the same sentence, what comes next is a moralistic tale about how irresponsible drone pilots pose serious threats to airlines. That’s why it’s kind of weird when one of Europe’s largest airlines partners with arguably the biggest civilian drone maker in the world. German-operated Lufthansa and DJI are beginning a new program to see if drones could help inspect aircraft surfaces and […]

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