Hangar’s New Drones in Construction Buyers Guide

Hangar’s New Drones in Construction Buyers Guide

Hangar Drones in Construction Drones have been flying over construction sites for years, but have often been regarded as toys or seen as useful for only specific scenarios with high-technology needs, or perhaps to market sites with video or photos. Pilot programs continue to spring up, and technology is being introduced internally at a small scale in many companies, but legal, training, integration and compliance issues have prevented industry from […]

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DJI Brings RoboMaster 2017 Finals To Twitch

DJI Brings RoboMaster 2017 Finals To Twitch

DJI Brings RoboMaster 2017 Finals To Twitch DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, has announced that the RoboMaster 2017 competition finals will be livestreamed exclusively on social video platform Twitch*. RoboMaster 2017 is an annual robotics competition for teams of aspiring engineers to design and build next-generation robots and to complete with teams from around the world. The competition finals will be made available to […]

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Outdoor drone complex for safe, bold flight testing

Outdoor drone complex for safe, bold flight testing

University of Michigan Robotics Drone An outdoor fly lab for testing autonomous aerial vehicles is coming to the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this fall, adding to the university’s spate of advanced robotics facilities. M-Air will be a netted, four-story complex situated next to the site where the Ford Motor Company Robotics Building will open in late 2019. Construction of the $800,000 M-Air is expected to begin in August […]

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PhotoFlight Aerial Media selected for Park Ave Armory Art exhibit

PhotoFlight Aerial Media selected for Park Ave Armory Art exhibit

PhotoFlight Aerial Media 2 PhotoFlight Aerial Media’s UAV drone operation was featured during the Hansel & Gretel exhibit, curated at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. Prize-winning architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron and artist/activist Ai Weiwei, leverage UAV technology to explore the meaning of public space in our surveillance-laden world, referencing the story of Hansel and Gretel. More info can be found at: https://hanselgretelarmory.com/information The result […]

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Drones Could Help You Post Storm

Drones Could Help You Post Storm

WSB Radio Drones Could Help You If Your Home Was Damaged In A Storm WSB consumer advisor Clark Howard said the big problem after a storm or disaster is how long it takes insurance companies to visit homes to effected and assess the damage . Insurance companies agree — That’s why many of them are turning to drones. “From a consumer perspective it’s critically important that we get there faster,” […]

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