37 incredible drone photos

37 incredible drone photos

37 incredible drone photos from across the globe that would be illegal today Drones are everywhere, from the battlefield to the backyards of America. In 2013, when the first consumer drones began arriving on the market, photographer Amos Chapple knew he needed one. After purchasing a drone, he traveled the world photographing famous landmarks — before some governments had time to roll out regulations on drone use. “There was a […]

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GoPro Karma class action lawsuit

GoPro Karma class action lawsuit

I’m not a lawyer obviously and will get Loretta and Jonathan to explain very slowly to me what this means. As I layman I conclude that Khang and Khang think GoPro investors were sold a pup. Khang & Khang LLP (the “Firm”) announces a class action lawsuit against GoPro, Inc. (“GoPro” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: GPRO). Investors who purchased or otherwise acquired GoPro shares between September 19, 2016 and November […]

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The UAV Experts Expand Services

The UAV Experts Expand Services

UAV Experts Expand Services – Technical Support, Repair and Upgrade Center There’s nothing more frustrating than when your bird won’t fly. The UAV Experts expand services and operations, getting both companies and pilots back in the air quickly. Need help with your multi-rotor? Crash your new UAV/ drone? Maybe you just need some programming, the latest software upgrade, or a hands-on training course ? Whatever your needs are, the UAV […]

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DJI Drone Workflows for Construction

DJI Drone Workflows for Construction

Be sure to check out this construction webinar presented by SkyCatch and DJI on Tuesday January 12, 2017 at 10 AM PT/ 1PM ET How to Use Drone Data on Your Construction Project Interested in flying drones at your construction project but not quite sure how you’re going to make use of the imagery in your existing workflows? Join Skycatch and DJI for a live webinar with industry trailblazers Kevin […]

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Command Center For Passenger Drones

Command Center For Passenger Drones

The Chinese company gives us a quick update amidst recent setbacks. Almost exactly a year ago, Ehang surprised the world with its supersized drone, the 184, made for carrying a human passenger or artificial organs . Nevada even gave Ehang permission to test its quadcopter in the state as of June, but that was the last we heard from the drone maker, until now. As it turns out, the Chinese […]

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Traffic management solutions for drones

Traffic management solutions for drones

With Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or drones gaining popularity globally for commercial, recreational and industry purposes, hundreds of UAVs may soon be buzzing all over Singapore. The lower cost of drones and rising demand for commercial drone services have already led to a boom in the number of drones taking to the skies in Singapore. With Singapore’s limited airspace and dense population, the need for an aerial traffic management system […]

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Are You Ready For Your FAA UAS Site Visit?

Are You Ready For Your FAA UAS Site Visit?

Dr Joseph Davis, Captain, USMC (RET), Remote Pilot and Partner for Davion LLC Visit? What visits and when? Part 107.7 discusses the inspection, testing, and demonstration of compliance with FAA regulations with regard to UAS. When are they coming? Good question! Now is the time to get ready—but if you are doing what is required of Part 107, and other FAA regulations, you may be ready. These FAA UAS site […]

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μLanding™ microwave altimeter

μLanding™ microwave altimeter

Last night in Drone Stuff this week we discussed crop spraying from drones and not 24 hours later a video pops up showing the sort of precision terrain following required to dust. UAVenture has been testing the uLanding microwave altimeter. uLanding is a (60g), sealed distance sensor with a 30m range and 500Hz update rate. This enables terrain following to happen and is, of course, useful for landings! The μLanding […]

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War on Drones Is Killing a Popular Pastime

War on Drones Is Killing a Popular Pastime

One year ago, officials at the Federal Aviation Administration rang in the holidays as only bureaucrats can: writing new regulations forcing drone owners to register themselves with the federal government before their first flight. And because nothing says “Christmas” quite like criminal fines and jail time, the agency promised $277,500 in civil and criminal penalties and three years’ imprisonment to any overeager youngster who rushed out to play without first […]

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7 ways drones could save more lives

7 ways drones could save more lives

Unmanned aerial vehicles could be the solution to challenges first responders face during deadly scenarios Drones are still a delicate subject in the public safety world. For every early adopter, there is an opponent to the technology. There is, however, a strong argument that this technology is underutilized and can offer incredible benefits to first responders and save more lives. It’s important to address how drones and other autonomous systems […]

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