Latest Drone News, Uses, Research And Innovation

Read the latest drone news today along with new developments in the unmanned aircraft systems aviation (UAV) industry.

These daily drone news articles cover the latest innovations, developments, research and regulations from the top UAV bloggers, service providers and  manufacturers.

Drone news and articles from experts including SUAS News, UAV Expert News, DroneBlog, Unmanned Aerial, Rotor Drone Mag, Dronelife, 3DR, the Drone Girl, Gizmodo drone feed and many more.

For some extra reading, here is a list of the top drone blogs with even more news and reviews.  The Wing Blog will also keep you up to date on the latest news in their drone delivery program.

This drone news web page covers today and the previous 7 days of drone news.

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  • 5 Most Common Problems with Parrot ANAFI (Explained)
    by Jeffery Smith on January 18, 2022 at 2:01 am

    The Parrot ANAFI is right up there in terms of quality and performance when it comes to consumer drones. This lightweight foldable drone comes with great 4K HDR capabilities and

  • DJI SDK Update – DJI Mini 2, DJI Air 2S, and Mini SE (Explained)
    by Peter Karanja on January 18, 2022 at 1:49 am

    Drones have come a long way since the early days. But even though they now have some of the most advanced features, drone users will always want more. DJI finally

  • Drones at Port of Hamburg: HHLA Sky Partners Intelligent Port Infrastructure
    by Miriam McNabb on January 17, 2022 at 9:15 pm

    There will soon be more working drones at Port of Hamburg, as HHLA Sky and Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) form a technology partnership.  The partnership will see implementation of automated drones, expanding the HPA’s efforts towards intelligent port infrastructure. “We want to be a driver of sustainable innovations in the logistics of the future,” says Lars Neumann, The post Drones at Port of Hamburg: HHLA Sky Partners Intelligent Port Infrastructure appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • Drone Flying Over Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden Raises Security Concerns
    by Miriam McNabb on January 17, 2022 at 8:51 pm

    International news site Reuters reports that Swedish police are hunting for an unmanned vehicle seen flying over the Forsmark Power station this weekend.  A large and weather-resistant drone flying over the nuclear power plant in Sweden, as political tensions between NATO and Russia rise, has raised security concerns around the globe and caused Swedish police The post Drone Flying Over Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden Raises Security Concerns appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • UK CAA – Regulation Innovation Specialist
    by Press on January 17, 2022 at 2:56 pm

    Date: 17-Jan-2022 Location: London, GB Company: Civil Aviation Authority Salary: £40,735 up to £45,000 dependant upon experience Contract Type: Permanent We are the UK’s aviation regulator and recognised as a world leader in its field. Our activities are diverse, enabling the aviation industry to meet the highest safety standards, and we pride ourselves on our ability to adapt to

  • Flyby Guys and Seattle LLC in a joint venture to expand global drone operations
    by Press on January 17, 2022 at 2:27 pm

    Flyby Guys, Seattle Project Management Services Co. LLC, and Global Communication Group DWC-LLC announce the signing of a strategic long-term agreement for the creation of a joint Company called “Flyby Guys MENA”. The company’s objective is to bring world-class domain expertise in UAV, AI and Robotics to the region, whilst taking advantage of Dubai’s strategic

  • ECS Group’s Cargo Digital Factory and Wiremind Cargo join forces and launch CargoTech
    by Press on January 17, 2022 at 1:53 pm

    ECS Group’s Cargo Digital Factory and Wiremind Cargo are coordinating their digital expertise under a new technology-focused and autonomous company: CargoTech. Tangible technology. The pandemic has spotlighted the importance of digitalisation across all air cargo processes. With the launch of CargoTech, ECS Group’s inhouse solution developer, Cargo Digital Factory, and the French software and data-science

  • DroneDeploy reports massive 2021 user growth
    by Sally French on January 17, 2022 at 9:56 am

    2021 was a pretty bizarre year for everyone, but for DroneDeploy it was a good one. The San Francisco-based drone software company reported massive 2021 user growth — and that follows an already strong year of user growth in 2020. DroneDeploy says its 2021 user growth rose by 76% year-over-year versus 2020 in terms of The post DroneDeploy reports massive 2021 user growth appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • This simple trick makes drones hallucinate
    by Press on January 17, 2022 at 5:05 am

    Spartan ‘hackers’ identify a security vulnerability in camera systems on autonomous vehicles so manufacturers can fix it By: Matt Davenport Sometimes leading a team of benevolent hackers means having unusual conversations with customer service. Just ask Michigan State University’s Qiben Yan. One of his projects involves drones, the quadcopters that make stunning aerial photography a snap for

  • Autonomous Selfie Drone and More from ITRI at CES 2022
    by Miriam McNabb on January 16, 2022 at 8:40 pm

    ITRI Unveils Autonomous Selfie Drone and More at CES 2022 by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby The Taiwanese leading high-tech applied research institution, The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), recently debuted AI, robotics, and ICT technologies at CES 2022, as well as on its virtual event site. ITRI unveiled the RGB-D AI Robot, the The post Autonomous Selfie Drone and More from ITRI at CES 2022 appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • Censys BVLOS Waiver Applications Have Been 100% Successful: Record Continues with AECOM
    by Miriam McNabb on January 16, 2022 at 8:23 pm

    Censys Technologies Obtains BVLOS Waiver Approval for AECOM by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Following its most recent and largest Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) waiver approval for Architecture, Engineering, Constructions, Operations, and Management (AECOM), remote sensing solution developer Censys Technologies has continued its 100% BVLOS waiver approval rate. AECOM, the world’s leading The post Censys BVLOS Waiver Applications Have Been 100% Successful: Record Continues with AECOM appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • Involi – Full Stack Engineer
    by Press on January 16, 2022 at 4:33 pm

    In a global setting where the use of drones has increased exponentially for a wide variety of applications, there is an urgent need to provide a solution that ensures safe integration of drones into the airspace. INVOLI develops technologies to improve the safety of drone operations alongside manned aircrafts, by providing a comprehensive view of

  • Pilot Institute – Is It Worth It? (For Beginners)
    by Nicole Malczan on January 15, 2022 at 2:47 am

    You’ve decided that 2022 is the year you’re going to learn to fly a drone. You don’t know much about UAVs (yet), and you thought you’d change that by enrolling

  • Drone Photography Pricing – How Much Should I Charge?
    by John Grimaldi on January 15, 2022 at 1:36 am

    Congratulations! You just bought a drone, passed your Part 107 Exam, and are ready to start making money flying drones! Now what? Before you can start marketing yourself as a

  • Women to Watch 2021: 5th Anniversary Awards Announced at CES 2022
    by Miriam McNabb on January 14, 2022 at 12:21 pm

     Women and Drones has celebrated its 5th Anniversary Women To Watch (WTW) in UAS Global Awards 2021  CES 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The drone industry, like aerospace in general, has fewer women. Women and Drones began the “Women to Watch” awards 5 years ago to recognize and elevate those women, making other women aware of the The post Women to Watch 2021: 5th Anniversary Awards Announced at CES 2022 appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • Sony a6100 or RX1R II: which payload do you need now?
    by Press on January 14, 2022 at 10:52 am

    One of the key benefits of WingtraOne GEN II’s VTOL design is that it can fly with heavier payloads. Specifically, by removing the risk of shock and damage via belly landing, engineers were free to select higher quality cameras. They aimed for the best results in terms of flight time, resolution and accuracy. Wingtra’s two

  • Desi Ekstein: How to go from hobbyist to licensed, revered drone pilot (and how to make money, while you’re at it)
    by Sally French on January 14, 2022 at 9:50 am

    Most people initially get into drones as a hobby. They’re fascinated by the flight, or they’re hoping to gather unique aerial photos. Few go on to turn drones into a lucrative career. But California-based drone pilot Desi Ekstein did just that. Among her many achievements:  Adjunct Instructor of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) at MiraCosta College The post Desi Ekstein: How to go from hobbyist to licensed, revered drone pilot (and how to make money, while you’re at it) appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Drone Harmony raised CHF 1.5 million to accelerate innovation in autonomous flight planning
    by Press on January 14, 2022 at 5:37 am

    Drone Harmony is an industry leader in automation software for data acquisition workflows in the commercial drone market. The Full-3D Flight Planning Engine provides unprecedented degrees of automation in flight plan generation, plan visualization and flight execution, making it the best choice for safe, efficient and high-quality data acquisition. For the first time, complex-looking infrastructure inspections become

  • DJI Fly App for Mavic 3 (30 Tips & Step-by-Step Guides)
    by Daniel Cepeda on January 14, 2022 at 2:53 am

    Many rumors suggested that the DJI Mavic 3 would come out late 2021, and they turned out to be true. The new talk of the town product by the Chinese

  • DroneBase scales solar energy inspections with North American Solar Scan flights
    by Press on January 14, 2022 at 1:28 am

    DroneBase, the leader in intelligent aerial imaging, is simplifying aerial inspections of solar energy assets through its expanded manned flight’s program — North American Solar Scan (NASS), scheduled for spring and fall 2022.  “Our North American Solar Scan makes it simple to get an annual health check on solar energy systems. One-click and your utility-scale solar

  • Upcoming Drones from DJI for 2022?
    by Ian Shutts on January 13, 2022 at 2:48 pm

    Thanks to a recent tweet, the 2022 announcement lineup has been leaked. According to DealsDrone, there are multiple drones headed for stores this year, from ... Read more

  • Drone Industry Advocacy: AUVSI Expands Department
    by Miriam McNabb on January 13, 2022 at 2:26 pm

    As regulations and technology shift, the need for drone industry advocacy has never been greater.  AUVSI is expanding their department to meet that need. by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the leading non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of unmanned systems and robotics, announced the The post Drone Industry Advocacy: AUVSI Expands Department appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • ESV pleads with Victorians to keep drones clear of powerlines
    by Press on January 13, 2022 at 1:23 pm

    Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) is calling on Victorians to keep drones and cranes clear of powerlines after a potentially life-threatening incident in Keilor East this week. Two men, in their 40s, were rushed to the Alfred hospital at 9.30pm on Wednesday, 5 January after trying to retrieve a drone stuck in 66kV powerlines at Brimbank

  • Drone Taxis are Big Business: The New Ride Share
    by Miriam McNabb on January 13, 2022 at 12:46 pm

    Drone taxis might soon be flying in cities around the world: report By Jim Magill Drone taxis might soon be introduced in a city near you, according to a recent Markets and Markets report. The global market for drone taxis is expected to grow from an estimated $74 million in 2025 to reach $860 million The post Drone Taxis are Big Business: The New Ride Share appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • Archaeological surveys: How drones became an essential tool for historians
    by Guest Post on January 13, 2022 at 11:48 am

    The following guest post about using drones for archaeological surveys was written by Peter Leslie, Director of Skykam. Skykam is a drone inspection company based in Edinburgh, Scotland.   One of the most exciting archaeological developments in recent years: using drones for archaeological surveys. Drones allow archaeologists to cover more ground than they could on foot, The post Archaeological surveys: How drones became an essential tool for historians appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • GET Corp. is joining DLE to collaborate with AirGo in energy-efficient Drone Delivery solutions
    by Press on January 13, 2022 at 11:40 am

    Portland (OR), US – Global Energy Transmission Co. (GET) enables battery-powered drones to fly forever by safely and quickly recharging while still in flight. Drones simply hover for a few minutes in one of our large wireless charging areas produced by GET Wireless Charging Station, which can be installed kilometers apart along flight routes, and

  • 6 Most-Common Problems with Mavic Air 2s (Must-Read)
    by Alexander Casas on January 13, 2022 at 1:46 am

    The DJI Mavic Air 2S is a great entry-level professional drone, with a 1-Inch sensor, shooting 10-Bit Video at 5.4 K, and 20 Megapixel photos with HDR and RAW starting

  • DJI Mini 2 + Smart Controller – How to Link (Step by Step Guide)
    by Dan Bayne on January 13, 2022 at 1:17 am

    One of the more highly anticipated announcements in the drone world would have to be the compatibility between the ever-popular DJI Mini 2 and the DJI Smart Controller.  This compatibility

  • Aerodyne and Astralution: Tackling the Scandinavian Energy Sector
    by Miriam McNabb on January 12, 2022 at 9:50 pm

    Aerodyne and Astralution Partner to Grow Scandinavian Energy Sector by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby The world’s leading Drone Services Provider and DT3 (Drone Technology, Data Technology, and Digital Transformation) company, Aerodyne Group, has entered into a partnership with Norway-based drone technology provider Astralution. The two companies are collaborating to bring leading Drone-as-a-Service (DaaS) The post Aerodyne and Astralution: Tackling the Scandinavian Energy Sector appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • 2022 CES in photos: the best of this year’s drone displays
    by Sally French on January 12, 2022 at 1:47 pm

    While attendance at the 2022 CES conference in Vegas was predictably light, that doesn’t mean this year’s show was any less impressive. This year’s show had plenty of unique tech products. To no one’s surprise, we saw a bunch of coronavirus-related tech products, like glowing face masks. Speaking of colors, we got color-changing cars. And The post 2022 CES in photos: the best of this year’s drone displays appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Fenix Group on Dawn of Drones this Week: Robotics Engineer Savanna Horan
    by Miriam McNabb on January 11, 2022 at 3:58 pm

    Don’t miss Fenix Group on Dawn of Drones Wednesday, January 12 at 11:00 AM EST.  Dawn speaks with Savanna Horan, Senior Robotics Engineer, on what’s next for drones and robotics.  Stream below:   Join Dawn and Senior Robotics Engineer Savanna Horan of the Fenix Group Inc, leaders in creative applied intelligence as they discuss the The post Fenix Group on Dawn of Drones this Week: Robotics Engineer Savanna Horan appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • ANRA in the EU: Estonia Base Allows Company to “Engage and Collaborate”
    by Miriam McNabb on January 11, 2022 at 2:46 pm

    ANRA Technologies Expands to EU by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, airspace management leader ANRA Technologies announced the formation of ANRA Technologies OÜ, a European Union public limited-liability company. The new company will enable ANRA to take part in member activities as a business based in the European Union. ANRA Technologies OÜ will The post ANRA in the EU: Estonia Base Allows Company to “Engage and Collaborate” appeared first on DRONELIFE.

  • 2021 Women To Watch honorees: meet the women propelling drones forward
    by Sally French on January 11, 2022 at 9:39 am

    2021 was an exciting year for drones, and it was a big year for this handful of women in particular. Depending on who you ask, these women can be held responsibly for making 2021 so important and exciting for the drone industry. Those aforementioned women are the 2021 Women To Watch honorees, and they got The post 2021 Women To Watch honorees: meet the women propelling drones forward appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • How to Become a Drone Pilot in Canada (Explained for Beginners)
    by Lauren Guarneri on January 11, 2022 at 3:23 am

    Flying a drone safely and legally in Canada is a very rewarding experience, but the journey to get to your Transport Canada Advanced Operations Certificate can seem a little daunting.

  • 13 Apps Every Drone Pilot Needs (Must Read)
    by Peter Karanja on January 11, 2022 at 3:15 am

    The best UAVs let you fly about with ease while taking stunning images and footage. But there is only so much a drone can do, and smart pilots know the

  • CES 2022: The biggest drone products from this year
    by Sally French on January 10, 2022 at 1:04 pm

    The floor of CES 2022 wasn’t exactly packed because, well, you know why. But that doesn’t mean the products to come out of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, which was held over the past week in Las Vegas, were any less cool. And in fact, CES 2022 gave us multiple new drones, or at least The post CES 2022: The biggest drone products from this year appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Parrot ANAFI Ai – Review Of Features And Specs
    by Ian Shutts on January 8, 2022 at 5:18 pm

    The Parrot ANAFI Ai was designed as a partnership with Verizon Skyward as the first 4G drone. With a radical design inspired by nature, the ... Read more

  • Skydio Care: is it worth the extra cost?
    by Sally French on January 7, 2022 at 11:32 am

    Everyone’s talking about the new Skydio 2+ drone, but there’s a less sexy new “product” of sorts in the Skydio lineup: Skydio Care. Along with Skydio’s new Skydio 2+ announcement during the first week of January, the company also announced Skydio Care. This optional protection plan can be purchased as a supplement to the existing The post Skydio Care: is it worth the extra cost? appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Will a Laser Pointer Bring Down a Drone? (Answered)
    by Elizabeth Ciobanu on January 7, 2022 at 3:12 am

    Flying a drone comes with many layers of risks. Sometimes you will have to fly it against strong winds, or in areas with lots of buildings or birds. You might

  • Autel EVO Nano and Lite drones have arrived
    by Sally French on January 6, 2022 at 11:56 am

    The Autel EVO Nano and EVO Lite drones may have been delayed, but that seems to be the story of everything in 2021. A fresh new year is here, and with it comes the highly-anticipated Autel EVO Nano and EVO Lite drones. Autel’s newest lineup of drones arrived at U.S. warehouses during the last week The post Autel EVO Nano and Lite drones have arrived appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Skydio 2+ improves battery and range, while adding Keyframe technology
    by Sally French on January 5, 2022 at 9:41 am

    2022 is already off to a strong start in the drone industry, and we’re less than a week in. That’s largely thanks to a significant product reveal from California-based drone maker Skydio, which this week announced its new Skydio 2+ drone. Couple its longer battery life and range with an improved camera software called Keyframe, The post Skydio 2+ improves battery and range, while adding Keyframe technology appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • A drone pilot’s guide to making money in the solar industry
    by Guest Post on January 4, 2022 at 1:09 pm

    The following post was written by Jason Steinberg, CEO of Scanifly, which is a drone-based, 3D-modeling software company focused on automating the solar survey and design process. Initially thought of as either military tools or a fun hobby, drones are now becoming a particularly big part of the mainstream industry. This is especially true in The post A drone pilot’s guide to making money in the solar industry appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Skydio 2 – Review Of Features And Specs
    by Ian Shutts on December 29, 2021 at 11:48 am

    The Skydio 2 is your personal camera crew. Built to get everyone into drones, the Skydio 2 uses the same advanced flight capabilities to keep ... Read more

  • DJI Action 2 Review Of Features And Specs
    by Ian Shutts on November 22, 2021 at 10:58 am

    With a complete overhaul from the first edition, the DJI Action 2 drops the Osmo name and picks up a modular design and magnetically attachable ... Read more

  • The European Drone Legislation.
    by Ian Shutts on November 21, 2021 at 10:59 am

    We all know the problem, you have a drone and you fly it around where and when possible. But then suddenly you decide to go ... Read more

  • DJI Mavic 3 Parts, Accessories and Upgrades
    by Ian Shutts on November 19, 2021 at 11:59 am

    By now all drone users and enthusiasts have noticed that DJI has become one of the worlds leading drone producers and their mavic series have ... Read more

  • Drone on the Range – Flying at a UAS test site
    by RotorDroneMag.com on November 17, 2021 at 6:54 pm

    At most airports, if you walk out onto the tarmac carrying a drone, about the best you can hope for is to be asked, “What do you think you’re doing here?” At Eastern Oregon Regional Airport, however, they ask a different question, “How can we help?” That’s because Eastern Oregon Regional Airport (PDT) is home The post Drone on the Range – Flying at a UAS test site appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Public Safety Drones — DRONERESPONDERS Survey Results
    by RotorDroneMag.com on November 17, 2021 at 6:51 pm

    There has been a fundamental change in the relationship between drones and public safety, according to Charles Werner — and he would know. Having spent 45 years in the fire service, he retired as the fire chief for Charlottesville, Virginia, and went on to establish and lead DRONERESPONDERS, a global alliance of emergency-response agencies with The post Public Safety Drones — DRONERESPONDERS Survey Results appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • DJI Mavic 3 Review Of Features And Specs
    by Ian Shutts on November 9, 2021 at 6:36 pm

    DJI Mavic 3 Feature and Specs Review DJI’s newest flagship drone, the DJI Mavic 3, once again sets the Mavic line as the go-to videography ... Read more

  • DJI FPV Parts, Accessories and Upgrades
    by Ian Shutts on August 21, 2021 at 9:42 am

    In this article, you can read all about possible parts, accessories and upgrades for the DJI FPV. From the simplest parts to the most interesting ... Read more

  • DJI Air 2S Parts, Accessories and Upgrades
    by Ian Shutts on August 20, 2021 at 9:37 am

    DJI recently brought the new AIR 2S on the market, a stunning new drone for photographers that demand the highest quality. Naturally there are some ... Read more

  • Mission to Mars – NASA’s high-tech RC helicopter
    by RotorDroneMag.com on July 21, 2021 at 7:42 pm

    The success of Ingenuity, otherwise known as the “Mars helicopter,” has united the world in celebration of a unique event in the history of aviation: the first powered flight by an aircraft on another world. Even the staid International Civil Aeronautics Organization got in on the act, designating the bare patch of Martian soil where The post Mission to Mars – NASA’s high-tech RC helicopter appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Nixie: Drone Water-Sampling System
    by RotorDroneMag.com on July 9, 2021 at 6:39 pm

    Reign Maker, a drone and data services innovation company, today announced the launch of Nixie, the world’s first drone-enabled water sampling and data collection system, designed to drastically increase sampling rates and accuracy while reducing the number of required field personnel and eliminating the dependence on marine vessels. To ensure our water supplies remain clean The post Nixie: Drone Water-Sampling System appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Parrot’s new Anafi USA
    by RotorDroneMag.com on July 9, 2021 at 6:32 pm

    Made in the U.S., the new Anafi USA drone from Parrot is built to meet the demands of first responders, firefighters, search-and-rescue teams, security agencies, surveying and inspection professionals. Featuring an industry-first 32x zoom, 4K HDR video and thermal imaging capabilities, it is an ultra-portable, secure and durable aerial camera platform. Anafi USA offers the The post Parrot’s new Anafi USA appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • New FAA Recreational Drone Operator Test
    by RotorDroneMag.com on June 23, 2021 at 8:38 pm

    The FAA has announced a list of approved organization to administer a recreational drone test, designed to provide recreational drone pilots with “aeronautical safety knowledge and an overview of the rules for operating drones in the National Airspace System,” says the FAA press release: All recreational flyers must pass an aeronautical knowledge and safety test The post New FAA Recreational Drone Operator Test appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • InterDrone Cancels 2021 Live Event, Eyes New Future
    by Leslie Wolfe on June 17, 2021 at 8:22 pm

    The past year has ushered in significant change, especially in re-imaging the way we gather and connect with our community. To that end, the InterDrone team has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 in-person edition of our conference, originally scheduled to take place August 10-12, 2021, in Dallas, TX. Our team has been in communication with our community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, closely discussing the impact of the pandemic on The post InterDrone Cancels 2021 Live Event, Eyes New Future first appeared on InterDrone. The post InterDrone Cancels 2021 Live Event, Eyes New Future appeared first on InterDrone.

  • Sony Airpeak S1
    by RotorDroneMag.com on June 11, 2021 at 8:26 pm

    The Airpeak S1 is still under development, but Sony has announced some information before their fall launch. It’s a larger aircraft, similar in size and shape to the DJI Inspire 2, but with more power for beefier payloads, quicker acceleration, and full remote camera control. Onboard cameras map the surrounding environment to brake when obstacles The post Sony Airpeak S1 appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Mid-Air at the Beach
    by RotorDroneMag.com on May 18, 2021 at 9:51 pm

    It isn’t all aerial imaging and crop surveys; sometimes, people use drones to do bad things. Through a partnership with DroneSec—a private drone security intelligence firm with offices in Australia and Singapore—RotorDrone Pro is able to offer these briefings regarding the nefarious use of small UAS worldwide. A Bad Day at the Beach Incident Type: The post Mid-Air at the Beach appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Counting Penguins
    by RotorDroneMag.com on May 18, 2021 at 9:38 pm

    Counting penguins is harder than it sounds. With freezing rain, snow, and chilling winds that limit the flight windows for the surveys, it takes scientists using three full days to map the location of 300,000 nesting pairs of Adélie penguins on Antarctica’s Cape Crozier. Now, UgCS software by SPH Engineering has helped scientists to cut The post Counting Penguins appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Getting Started in Drone Photography
    by RotorDroneMag.com on May 18, 2021 at 9:11 pm

    In this article, I’ll share with you some of my experiences doing drone photography with my new flying camera. I learned on a DJI Mavic Pro, but the principles here apply to any newer camera drone as well. You’ll see how learning to use and fly a drone can help you improve all your photography The post Getting Started in Drone Photography appeared first on RotorDrone.