3D Modelling of Pic d’Ossau

3D Modelling of Pic d’Ossau

Source: sUAS News Co-manager of the firm AirCity Diagnostic and civil drone operator in Aquitaine, in the south west of France, Loïc Richard was the project manager in charge of coordinating the operations and setting up the technological partnerships required for the success of the project. « In order to map and model the Pic d’Ossau over such a wide area (about 400 ha), we naturally opted for the Parisian […]

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You too can be ‘drone commander’ under FAA’s new rules

You too can be ‘drone commander’ under FAA’s new rules

Federal aviation authorities are about to drop the ban on commercial drone use, opening the door to private UAV operators across the US. Getting approved and certified may still take a while, however, so hold off on those drone pizza deliveries. After years of allowing commercial drone operations only under special dispensation and very strict rules – to the point where Amazon moved their delivery testing to Canada – the […]

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Pizza Delivery by Drone

Pizza Delivery by Drone

New Zealand led the world when it gave women the vote and introduced inflation targeting. Now it’s claiming another world-first: pizza delivery by drone. Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd. has joined forces with U.S.-based self-proclaimed “flying robot” operator Flirtey for the world’s first commercial drone pizza delivery, the fast-food company said Thursday. Domino’s will start testing the service in New Zealand later this year and is also looking at using drones […]

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Why I’m pulling the trigger on a DJI Phantom 4 – Confessions of a Phantom 2 owner

Why I’m pulling the trigger on a DJI Phantom 4 – Confessions of a Phantom 2 owner

Kevin Raposo The problem with owning a drone is that you always want the newest and baddest one to hit the market. The DJI Phantom 4 is the next big thing…..for me at least. I’ve been rocking a DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ for almost 2 years now. I’ve done a lot with it. I’ve taken it overseas, crashed it once, and even almost lost it. It’s served me well and […]

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