DJI Redefines Storytelling

DJI Redefines Storytelling

Under the banner of Storytelling Redefined , DJI’s participation at IFA Berlin 2016 delved into the history of the company on its tenth anniversary, its significant role in redefining the art of visual storytelling, and the introduction of the Osmo Mobile, the latest in its series of smart motion cameras. The Osmo Mobile is a software-enabled stabilization system that turns the user’s smartphone into a smart motion camera, giving them […]

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a look into the future of sports

a look into the future of sports

Since drones have been commercially available, there have been a ton of great uses for them. One of my favorites is the futuristic-sounding drone racing . Even though they can be the main thing in an activity, it can also be used as an addition to already existing sports. A great example of this is the new hybrid of drone flying and wakeboarding — drone surfing. In the above video […]

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GoPro’s big drone unveiling

GoPro’s big drone unveiling

Source: LA Times Action camera maker GoPro Inc. gets its big chance to rebound from a disastrous year when it unveils its first drone and other new products Monday. The San Mateo company’s share price has plunged more than 70% since last July’s release of a delayed and overpriced camera. GoPro has lost money three straight quarters and is set to report its first annual loss this year. Analysts say […]

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QuestUAV Launches Data Processing Service

QuestUAV Launches Data Processing Service

QuestUAV, have spent many years developing and flying UAVs, capturing data for developing into output products. Recently celebrating their 5 year anniversary they have expanded their processing facilities to make them fully available to the wider drone community. Given the experience of spending capital building an in-house processing capability – using spare capacity from these fully qualified specialists to get the best outputs from data was the next logical step. […]

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DARPA seeks technologies for protection against low-flying UAS in cities

DARPA seeks technologies for protection against low-flying UAS in cities

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is seeking research proposals on novel technologies that provide protection against low-flying unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in cities. As part of its Aerial Dragnet programme, DARPA is looking for technologies to monitor drones flying below 1,000ft in order to protect military troops in large cities. The potential technologies can also be used to help protect US metropolitan areas from UAS-enabled terrorist threats. […]

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