GIVING OR GETTING A DRONE FOR CHRISTMAS? KNOW THE RULES

Drones – more formally known as Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) – are gaining prominence for both recreational and commercial use. Beginners can use drones to race, take overhead pictures or just have fun. Experts can fly them for surveying agriculture,...

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DronetheWorld Video of the Week! Chernobyl

Each week we feature a video sent to us by Dronetheworld.com, a site that collects and maps drone videos from around the world. from the folks at DronetheWorld: For this week’s pick, we’re going back to Pripyat for some pretty eerie footage. Flight...

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Godspeed John Glenn – American Aviation Hero

At the age of 95, American astronaut and aviation hero John Glenn has died. John Glenn’s world famous career in aviation and aerospace began early: he received his pilot license in 1941 at the age of 20.  As a Marine Corps pilot, he broke the...

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DJI Extends Commitment to the Enterprise Market

Last week’s DJI Airworks Conference in San Francisco was a different kind of event for the world’s largest drone manufacturer.  Airworks wasn’t a sleek demonstration of the newest DJI drone that enthusiasts are clamoring for: it was a...

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DJI INSPIRE 1 PRO vs DJI INSPIRE 2

DJI has just recently released new Inspire 2 quadcopter, but is it more advanced than Inspire 1 Pro ? Let’s check it out. We made our comparison and would like to invite you to take a look. While Inspire 2 is faster than its predecessor, has a longer flight...

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Israeli Mining Company Digs Survey Drones

One of Israel’s largest mining and chemical companies has seen the light when it comes to drone-driven survey data. Israel Chemicals Ltd recently conducted a test to compare the accuracy of drone aerial surveys versus ground-based methods measuring several...

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