Sarah Oneal of “That Drone Show”

Sarah Oneal of “That Drone Show”

Sarah Oneal of “That Drone Show” Background: Tell us about yourself and your background. Hi, I am Sarah Oneal. I co-host That Drone Show , co-founded International Drone Day , and produced and was featured in The Drone Invasion documentary. I was born and raised in England . Five years ago I moved to the sunnier climes of California for work, and while here I met my now husband, David. […]

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Autonomous Drones to Oil and Gas Industry

Autonomous Drones to Oil and Gas Industry

New Aerospace Group SkyX to Bring Fully Autonomous Drones to Oil and Gas Industry SkyX – the innovative aerospace group based in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) – today announced its public launch as it prepares to secure its Round A financing. Founded by a former Captain in the Israeli Air Force and a Drone Pilot, Didi Horn, SkyX has developed ground-breaking Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – commonly known as ‘drones’ […]

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Drone glasses are a great idea

Drone glasses are a great idea

Drone glasses are a great idea, just don’t lose your drone I love the idea of those drone glasses from Epson. Connect the Moverio BT-200 ($699) Smart Glasses to your drone, ditch the regular viewfinder, and with the dorky shades over your eyes, look up and see what the drone sees. As the quadcopter soars into the skies, you’re right up there with your device, with a more intense experience […]

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DJI Spark Rumor Updates

DJI Spark Rumor Updates

The DJI Spark looks similar to other drones like the Yuneec Breeze , but don’t get fooled by the results of similar looking drones. DJI has built a reputation of fairly stable drones, so expect a game changer for its size and price point. Even though other drones can supposedly shoot at 4K, stabilization and overall quality is lacking, so expect DJI to come through with a high quality product. […]

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Ecuadorian Pilots Fly QuestUAV DATAhawk at 3700m ASL

Ecuadorian Pilots Fly QuestUAV DATAhawk at 3700m ASL

datahawk equador One of QuestUAV’s research partners has been running a series of test flights with a 2kg fixed-wing DATAhawk in the Andes, for cadastral mapping and the calculation of municipal taxes. The following case study is the result of trial flights to evaluate the performance of the DATAhawk aircraft at heights above 3000m ASL. Read on to find out about the extreme conditions faced and the challenges of high […]

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