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- What Happens to a Drone Racer’s Heartrate When They Navigate a Hairpin Turn? DRL and Draganfly Partnerby Miriam McNabb on October 18, 2021 at 4:15 pm
DRL and Draganfly partner to develop new UAV technologies By Jim Magill The Drone Racing League (DRL) and drone systems developer Draganfly are teaming up to develop innovative drone technologies to power up the racing world as well as to create new drone commercial and public service drone applications. In a joint statement on Oct. The post What Happens to a Drone Racer’s Heartrate When They Navigate a Hairpin Turn? DRL and Draganfly Partner appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- D-Fend Updates EnforceAir: Staying Out in Front of the Drone Threatby Miriam McNabb on October 18, 2021 at 3:57 pm
Counter drone solutions continue to evolve: D-Fend updates EnforceAir to add new features, and new services. by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today, D-Fend Solutions, the award-winning leader in radio frequency (RF), cyber-based, counter-drone takeover technology, revealed a new version of its flagship software product, EnforceAir, as part of the company’s quarterly software enhancement The post D-Fend Updates EnforceAir: Staying Out in Front of the Drone Threat appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Microdrones partners with Nautikaris as a new drone surveying equipment distributor in Beneluxby Press on October 18, 2021 at 12:35 pm
Rome, NY – Nautikaris, a supplier of various hydrographic, telemetry and GNSS positioning products is now offering drone surveying equipment from Microdrones throughout the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxemburg (Benelux.) As a distributor and partner of Microdrones, Nautikaris will be able to supply their customers with LiDAR, photogrammetry, and gas detection drone solutions. Don Schouten, Account
- This is the top moneymaker in the drone industryby Sally French on October 18, 2021 at 12:28 pm
The best way to make money in the drone industry isn’t selling them. And it’s certainly not selling the software that powers them either. The top moneymaker within the drone industry is actually operating them. Believe it or not, there’s money to be had in being a drone (pilot) of sorts. At least that’s according The post This is the top moneymaker in the drone industry appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- ‘No Base Station’ Direct Georeferencing no cost introductory trial from Klau Geomaticsby Press on October 18, 2021 at 12:14 pm
Klau Geomatics, makers of the KlauPPK hardware and software accuracy system, are the established choice of professionals in drone and light manned aerial mapping. As surveying and mapping companies emerge from the uncertainties of the past 18 months, Klau Geomatics is offering the MakeItAccurate processing service free for two weeks, enabling a quick boost in
- H3 Dynamics closes US$26 million Series B to accelerate autonomous drone data services and hydrogen-air logisticsby Press on October 18, 2021 at 12:05 pm
• Round was led by SPARX Mirai Creation Fund (backed by Toyota Motor andSMBC), includes Singapore’s EDBI, the Grosvenor Group, Audacy Ventures,and Ascent Hydrogen Fund.• The Company is building on its first phase of autonomous drone servicesacross Asian mega-cities to introduce new long-range hydrogen air mobilityapplications.• Operations in New Toulouse, France, and Austin, USA, launched
- Airpelago closes pre-seed round with VEQby Press on October 18, 2021 at 11:56 am
Airpelago has closed a pre-seed round with lead investor VEQ. Further expansion now awaits the Swedish tech startup which has developed a solution for automating the inspection of power lines using off-the-shelf drones. ”Drones will soon be the first choice for the inspection of overhead power lines. It’s just a question about how soon. The
- Nordic Unmanned and Aeromon closes NUAer deal to become world-leading in maritime emission monitoringby Press on October 18, 2021 at 9:37 am
Sandnes, Norway – Nordic Unmanned is pleased to announce the closing of the joint venture deal between Nordic Unmanned and Aeromon. The newly established joint company, NUAer, will combine the operational excellence and global reach of Nordic Unmanned and the world-leading emission monitoring technology of Aeromon. The mission of NUAer is to support the acceleration
- Draganfly Signs $9 Million exclusive manufacturing agreement with Digital Dream Labsby Press on October 18, 2021 at 9:27 am
Draganfly Inc. (NASDAQ: DPRO) (CSE: DPRO) (FSE: 3U8) ( ” Draganfly” ” ” $9 million ( ” DDL ” . DDL is an edtechtainment company that specializes in the development of hands-on video games and personal robots. Their popular desktop robots, Cozmo and Vector, are two of the best-selling consumer robots of all time. As per the terms of the announced agreement, Draganfly will be the
- D-Fend Solutions’ new software version of its flagship counter-drone solution includes more protection plan options and detailed map information for enhanced safetyby Press on October 18, 2021 at 9:20 am
D-Fend Solutions, the leader in radio frequency (RF), cyber-based, counter-drone takeover technology, today announced a new software version of its flagship product, EnforceAir, as part of the company’s quarterly software enhancement program. The award-winning defense technology company has officially released a new EnforceAir version. It includes new features that supply users with additional protection plan options, detailed
- Air Taxi Infrastructure: Skyportz Announces First Australian Air Taxi Hub Will Serve Brisbane Olympicsby Miriam McNabb on October 16, 2021 at 1:00 pm
Skyportz Announces First Australian Air Taxi Hub to Service Brisbane Olympics by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today at the Air Taxi World Congress in London, Skyportz announced that their first Australian infrastructure for air taxis will be built at the Australian Advanced Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in Moreton Bay, Brisbane, Australia in 2023. The post Air Taxi Infrastructure: Skyportz Announces First Australian Air Taxi Hub Will Serve Brisbane Olympics appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Can You Bring a Drone to Belize?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 16, 2021 at 1:40 am
Belize is a tropical country with a multicultural population and green outdoor pursuits. With its stunning beaches and high-quality diving sites, Belize has hundreds of coral islands that are also
- How Much Does it Cost to Repair a Drone?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 16, 2021 at 1:21 am
Your drone isn’t indestructible, and it might end up suffering a bit of damage here and there, especially if you happen to crash it or get it wet. But even
- ASTM wrote to the FAA complaining about RID GPS requirements in June 2021by Gary Mortimer on October 15, 2021 at 3:42 pm
The tip line has produced quite a scoop, two, in fact, a letter from the chair of the RID ASTM working group Gabriel Cox to the FAA telling them that the required GPS z-axis accuracy for the pilot’s/operator location, generally derived from their smartphone is difficult to achieve and one referencing that letter and giving
- Wireless Power for Drones: Meet the Company Who Wants to Change the Battery Gameby Miriam McNabb on October 15, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Battery life is a limiting factor for commercial drones. This technology company wants to dispatch wireless power for drones. By Jim Magill A company that uses its proprietary wireless-power technology to handle complex logistics issues in the retail and warehousing industry sectors hopes to adapt that technology to be able to power small drones, without The post Wireless Power for Drones: Meet the Company Who Wants to Change the Battery Game appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- DJI’s 2021 product launches: 3 new drops in 3 weeksby Sally French on October 15, 2021 at 9:55 am
It’s going to be a huge set of upcoming weeks for DJI, as the Chinese drone manufactured has scheduled three new product launches in a 3-week period across the end of October and into early November. First up on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021 comes an event dubbed “Here’s to the Dreamers.” This will be a The post DJI’s 2021 product launches: 3 new drops in 3 weeks appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- The Drone Racing League and Draganfly Launch Multi-Year Partnership and Innovation Labby Press on October 15, 2021 at 9:22 am
Draganfly, a global UAV leader, partners with DRL to advance drone racing and humanitarian aid through new groundbreaking technology NEW YORK and LOS ANGELES, the Drone Racing League (DRL), the world’s premier, professional drone racing property, and Draganfly Inc. (NASDAQ: DPRO; CSE: DPRO; FSE: 3U8), an award-winning, industry-leading drone solutions and systems developer, announced a multi-year partnership. The
- Mynaric and H3 HATS detail successes with world’s first industrialized optical communications terminal for airborne applicationsby Press on October 15, 2021 at 9:17 am
Mynaric and H3 HATS today announced the successful start of a joint demonstration campaign to showcase laser communication capabilities for high-altitude long endurance aircraft using industrialized optical communications terminals. Initial flights of the campaign demonstrated key performance criteria of Mynaric’s HAWK product currently in pre-series production onboard one of H3 HATS’ aircraft. Where previous tests
- Can I Fly a Drone in Los Angeles?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 15, 2021 at 2:42 am
Are you planning a trip to visit Los Angeles? Or maybe you just moved to Los Angeles and want to know if you can fly a drone there. It is
- Drone Delivery Investment: Wingcopter Gets Strategic Investment from Uber Co-Founder Garrett Camp’s Expaby Miriam McNabb on October 14, 2021 at 3:00 pm
Expa, -a global network of startup founders led by Uber co-founder Garret Camp, has announced a strategic investment in Wingcopter. Drone delivery investment is growing, and award winning German company Wingcopter “not only develops and manufactures autonomous delivery drones, but also operates drone-delivery-as-a-service infrastructure. Whether deploying vital supplies, life-saving medicine, parcels, or spare parts—the sky The post Drone Delivery Investment: Wingcopter Gets Strategic Investment from Uber Co-Founder Garrett Camp’s Expa appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Autonomous Drones for Property Inspection: EagleView and Skydio Offer Assess™by Miriam McNabb on October 14, 2021 at 2:25 pm
EagleView and Skydio are changing an industry by elevating the use of autonomous drones for property inspections. EagleView Assess™, which leverages Skydio’s autonomous drones for property inspection and damage assessment, is now generally available. EagleView Technologies and autonomous drone provider Skydio announced a partnership in September of 2020: one which represented the largest commercial drone contract to The post Autonomous Drones for Property Inspection: EagleView and Skydio Offer Assess™ appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Volocopter’s VoloDrone Takes Flight: Electic, Heavy-Lift Utility Aircraftby Miriam McNabb on October 14, 2021 at 1:00 pm
Volocopter’s VoloDrone Successfully Completes First Public Flight by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Today at ITS Hamburg 2021, Volocopter’s electric heavy-lift VoloDrone completed its first public flight. Alongside international logistics leader DB Schenker, Volocopter, the urban air mobility (UAM) pioneer, showcased VoloDrone’s seamless integration into the logistics supply chain with an end-to-end cargo transport The post Volocopter’s VoloDrone Takes Flight: Electic, Heavy-Lift Utility Aircraft appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- How’s your heart rate during a drone race? This tech wants to find outby Sally French on October 14, 2021 at 11:01 am
For some, the thought of whipping their drone around a bridge and over a waterfall can be anxiety inducing. For the world’s best drone racers, it could be an adrenaline rush of positive energy. Even the most zen drone pilots surely see a heart rate spike during an intense drone race. One drone company is The post How’s your heart rate during a drone race? This tech wants to find out appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Holy Stone HS720 Camera Not Working (And How to Fix It)by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 14, 2021 at 12:01 am
For those who want to enjoy drone flying and aerial photography, there are some drones that won’t hurt your budget. In that regard, the Holy Stone HS720 is a good
- Who is Building North Dakota’s BVLOS Network? Vantis and Thales Announce Partnershipby Miriam McNabb on October 13, 2021 at 3:11 pm
Vantis and Thales Partner to Build North Dakota’s BVLOS Network, the Nation’s First. Vantis is North Dakota’s Statewide Unmanned Aircraft Systems Network. Since launching, Vantis has received major buzz – and major investment. Vantis is a first for the U.S.: and they’ve now announced that global tech company Thales has won the contract to build The post Who is Building North Dakota’s BVLOS Network? Vantis and Thales Announce Partnership appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- Counter Drone Solutions: Citadel Adds to the Lineupby Miriam McNabb on October 13, 2021 at 2:35 pm
Citadel Defense Improves Counter Drone Solutions – more choices, more capabilities. by DRONELIFE Staff Writer Ian M. Crosby Trusted security specialist Citadel Defense has added to their intelligence and counter-unmanned aircraft systems lineup with a set of new solutions under the Titan imprint. The Titan line of CUAS solutions combines the latest in artificial intelligence, The post Counter Drone Solutions: Citadel Adds to the Lineup appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- The way most drone companies plan to spend money in the coming year might surprise youby Sally French on October 13, 2021 at 10:04 am
2020 was a record year for drone investment, which means expect big money to be spent in 2021 to put all that investor funding to use. And while there’s plenty of hiring to be had, the No. 1 way that drone companies say they intend to spend money in the coming year might surprise you. The post The way most drone companies plan to spend money in the coming year might surprise you appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Drone Jobs in Real Estateby Nicole Malczan on October 13, 2021 at 2:31 am
When people view online home listings to find their dream home, the overhead shots they see aren’t taken by a person, but rather, a drone. As a real estate drone
- How to Safely Dispose of LiPo Drone Batteriesby Peter Karanja on October 13, 2021 at 1:05 am
Are your batteries finally worn out, and you’re wondering how to dispose of them properly? You’re in the right place. Like any other gadget, LiPo batteries don’t last forever. They
- Kuker-Ranken Drone Roadshow: Bringing Demos to the Customersby Miriam McNabb on October 12, 2021 at 6:31 pm
Kuker-Ranken drone roadshow for the AEC, Survey, Civil Engineering, and Public Safety industries will let customers see new drone technology in person, before making a purchasing decision. As drone trade shows come back online slowly, the roadshow concept offers a way for professionals to see new products – with minimal travel. With stops in The post Kuker-Ranken Drone Roadshow: Bringing Demos to the Customers appeared first on DRONELIFE.
- The Drone Girl to speak at DroneDeploy Conference 2021by Sally French on October 12, 2021 at 12:36 pm
The annual DroneDeploy Conference 2021 is set for October 19 and 20 — and this year’s event is happening entirely online. Given you aren’t constrained by travel restrictions or wild flight cancellations, it’s relatively easy to participate. And you should consider tuning in, because yours truly will be speaking. Next week’s conference is run by The post The Drone Girl to speak at DroneDeploy Conference 2021 appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- 18% of drone pilots don’t think their data is safe with the FAA. Does it matter?by Sally French on October 11, 2021 at 11:34 am
About 11% of drone pilots don’t think their data is safe with their drone service supplier. And 18% don’t think their data is safe with the FAA. That’s at least according to the results of one survey, conducted by Aloft (the company formerly known as Kittyhawk) in July 2021. The survey, which received more than The post 18% of drone pilots don’t think their data is safe with the FAA. Does it matter? appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- My Drone Camera Has Smudges on the Lens: What to Do?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 9, 2021 at 1:53 am
Many drone photography enthusiasts have run across an annoying and frustrating issue with a pesky smudge that appears on all your images and footage. This is usually due to a
- Holy Stone Drone Won’t Turn or Go Forward (And How to Fix It)by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 9, 2021 at 12:50 am
If you are experiencing a problem with your Holy Stone drone not turning or going forward, the first and most important thing to do is bring it down to the
- 18 months since lockdowns, here’s how COVID affected dronesby Sally French on October 8, 2021 at 9:25 am
How has COVID affected drones? The drone industry — like most industries — was dramatically disrupted, especially in the early days of the pandemic. Initially, drone business owners panicked as they saw their work, which can’t be done sitting on a couch or in a home office all day, put to a standstill. Drone conferences The post 18 months since lockdowns, here’s how COVID affected drones appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- How to Connect Syma Drone (Step By Step Guide)by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 8, 2021 at 3:54 am
There are plenty of high-quality and amazing Syma drones out there, and they’re a great choice for beginners. That said, as easy as it is for most Syma drones to
- How to Fix the Problem with My Yuneec Camera App?by Elizabeth Ciobanu on October 8, 2021 at 1:49 am
Like most drones, Yuneec drones come with their own companion apps that allow you to easily control the drone and use its camera. The Yuneec apps are designed specifically to
- The top reason people use drones in 2021 (and it’s not photography)by Sally French on October 7, 2021 at 8:16 am
The average person thinking of the most common use case for drones might say photography. But for drone industry pros, photography is only a small percent of the possible use cases. In 2021, photography was only the third most popular use case among internal businesses, and the fourth most common offering from drone service providers. The post The top reason people use drones in 2021 (and it’s not photography) appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Could drone deliveries revitalize malls? Wing puts it to the testby Sally French on October 6, 2021 at 1:03 pm
Sure, the mall as you know it may be dead. But malls might be dead completely – and they could get a massive revitalization, thanks to drones. It’s an idea that Google sibling company Wing is putting to the test. Wing has launched a new operating model for its drone delivery services by flying merchandise The post Could drone deliveries revitalize malls? Wing puts it to the test appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Southern California police department gives more public transparency to drone programby Sally French on October 5, 2021 at 10:01 am
The Chula Vista Police Department is bringing a fresh layer of public transparency to its drone program, now making it easier for any members of the general public to view and understand the exact location, flight path, and purpose behind each police drone deployment. Chula Vista is the second-largest city in the San Diego metropolitan The post Southern California police department gives more public transparency to drone program appeared first on The Drone Girl.
- Mission to Mars – NASA’s high-tech RC helicopterby 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 Systemby 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 USAby 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 Testby 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 Futureby 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 S1by 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 Beachby 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 Penguinsby 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 Photographyby 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.
- Skydio Headlines InterDrone 2021 as a Platinum Sponsor, as the Conference is Back In-Person!by Leslie Wolfe on May 10, 2021 at 5:27 pm
May 7th, Dallas, TX – InterDrone, the International Drone Conference & Exposition, and the next chapter for commercial drones, is back live and in-person this year. InterDrone is holding its first in-person event since 2019, and is expecting thousands to attend at the Hyatt Regency, in Dallas, Texas. InterDrone 2021 will present UAV professionals with The post Skydio Headlines InterDrone 2021 as a Platinum Sponsor, as the Conference is Back In-Person! first appeared on InterDrone. The post Skydio Headlines InterDrone 2021 as a Platinum Sponsor, as the Conference is Back In-Person! appeared first on InterDrone.
- DJI Air 2S Review of Features and Specsby Ian Shutts on April 21, 2021 at 7:10 pm
DJI is probably recognised as one of the leading drone manufacturers worldwide, after just having released the stunning FPV, they now come with yet another ... Read more The post DJI Air 2S Review of Features and Specs appeared first on DroneZon.
- An education today leads to the jobs of tomorrowby Leslie Wolfe on March 23, 2021 at 2:00 pm
Drone program at Warren Community College prepares students for the future The jobs of tomorrow are rooted in the education of today, and a prime example is the UAS program at Warren Community College. The highly regarded program offers a two-year degree and two different one-year Certificates at Warren, which is located in western New The post An education today leads to the jobs of tomorrow first appeared on InterDrone. The post An education today leads to the jobs of tomorrow appeared first on InterDrone.
- DroneUp Acquires Web Teks | Acquisition Accelerates DroneUp’s Tech IPby Leslie Wolfe on March 16, 2021 at 6:31 pm
DroneUp, LLC, a leading global provider of drone technology and services, announced today that it had acquired Web Teks, Inc. Web Teks, a pioneer in enterprise software solutions unique to the UAS industry, designed and developed all of DroneUp’s patented and proprietary platforms. The combination will create a closely collaborative environment that will allow DroneUp The post DroneUp Acquires Web Teks | Acquisition Accelerates DroneUp’s Tech IP first appeared on InterDrone. The post DroneUp Acquires Web Teks | Acquisition Accelerates DroneUp’s Tech IP appeared first on InterDrone.
- The DJI FPV Review of Features and Specsby Ian Shutts on March 13, 2021 at 10:25 am
This review is looking at the new DJI FPV, reviewing all the features and specs and what it means for you. The FPV is a ... Read more The post The DJI FPV Review of Features and Specs appeared first on DroneZon.
- Augmented Reality: A benefit or a burden for drone operators?by RotorDroneMag.com on March 5, 2021 at 6:59 pm
The next time you are out flying, ask yourself: what am I looking at? According to a study by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, there’s a pretty good chance that it isn’t your drone—but augmented reality has the potential to help you do a better job of focusing on your aircraft, which is really important, as this The post Augmented Reality: A benefit or a burden for drone operators? appeared first on RotorDrone.
- DJI FPV Droneby Debra Cleghorn on March 2, 2021 at 3:47 pm
DJI’s new cinematic first-person view drone, aptly named “FPV,” comes bundled with DJI’s goggles and a controller for the price of $1,299. The DJI press release notes that it’s suitable for FPV professionals and newcomers to FPV. With 20-minute flight times, the new FPV has a 1/2.3-inch sensor and can film 4K at 60fps and The post DJI FPV Drone appeared first on RotorDrone.
- Drones at Dawn | Episode 3: Yuval Caspi, SkyWatchby Leslie Wolfe on February 17, 2021 at 7:43 pm
Yuval is a licensed insurance broker and drone insurance specialist. For the past two years, she has worked closely with drone pilots and businesses from different sectors to understand their diverse coverage needs. This podcast will explore best business practices to protect yourself and your company from liability. The post Drones at Dawn | Episode 3: Yuval Caspi, SkyWatch first appeared on InterDrone. The post Drones at Dawn | Episode 3: Yuval Caspi, SkyWatch appeared first on InterDrone.
- Episode 72: Brett Kanda, BRINC Drones: UAVs for SWAT Teamsby Leslie Wolfe on February 17, 2021 at 7:11 pm
This week on the Podcast, InterDrone sits down with Brett Kanda, the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for BRINC Drones, who designs and manufactures advanced indoor/outdoor tactical UAV’s for SWAT teams around the World. Prior to joining BRINC, Brett managed FLIR’s commercial UAS business and was responsible for global sales, software partnerships, and policy. The post Episode 72: Brett Kanda, BRINC Drones: UAVs for SWAT Teams first appeared on InterDrone. The post Episode 72: Brett Kanda, BRINC Drones: UAVs for SWAT Teams appeared first on InterDrone.
- What Pete Buttigieg’s Appointment to Secretary of Transportation Means for the Drone Industryby Kara Murphy on February 11, 2021 at 3:49 pm
Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and Democratic presidential candidate during the 2020 primaries, was sworn in recently as Secretary of Transportation. He succeeds Elaine Chao, who was appointed by former President Donald Trump in 2017. Chao abruptly resigned on January 6th in response to the Capitol riots. During her tenure, she The post What Pete Buttigieg’s Appointment to Secretary of Transportation Means for the Drone Industry first appeared on InterDrone. The post What Pete Buttigieg’s Appointment to Secretary of Transportation Means for the Drone Industry appeared first on InterDrone.
- Episode 71: Broadcast vs. Network Remote ID with Kenji Sugahara, Drone Service Providers Allianceby Leslie Wolfe on February 9, 2021 at 7:34 pm
This week on the InterDrone Podcast we sat down with Kenji Sugahara, CEO/President at Drone Service Providers Alliance. Kenji is a UAS technology and policy expert and he was awarded a patent on broadcast remote ID, helped create a framework for the remote ID rule. Watch more InterDrone Podcasts: https://launchpad.aero/podcast/ The post Episode 71: Broadcast vs. Network Remote ID with Kenji Sugahara, Drone Service Providers Alliance first appeared on InterDrone. The post Episode 71: Broadcast vs. Network Remote ID with Kenji Sugahara, Drone Service Providers Alliance appeared first on InterDrone.