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  • IAI Expands Tactical UAV Activity, Acquires 50% of BlueBird Aero Systems

    IAI signed today an agreement to acquire 50% of the equity of BlueBird Aero Systems. BlueBird, a leading UAS developer and integrator in the small tactical arena, has been providing its solutions to Israeli forces and worldwide customers for close to two decades. As part of the transaction, IAI is acquiring the holdings of Piramal

  • ANRA Technologies Launches MissionManager for Energy, Telecom, and Construction Industries

    ANRA Technologies, a leader in UAS Traffic Management (UTM), today announced the release of ANRA MissionManager™. Building upon years of experience developing and deploying its drone operations software platform, MissionManager is the only turnkey drone operations solution that integrates fleet management, compliance, risk mitigation, flight automation, data capture, and analysis into a single platform. This

  • From Vision to Reality – Next Level of UAS Operations

    In the past two years, UAV DACH e.V. succeeded in establishing its reputation for organizing high-quality conferences for an international audience interested in the sociological, political and technical aspects of unmanned aviation. UAV DACH e.V.  is now going to continue and we cordially invite you to join us at the EUROPEAN DRONE FORUM by UAV

  • Robust Autonomous Navigation Based on Artificial Intelligence Approaches PhD

    This is an excellent fully-funded PhD opportunity in the area of autonomy, navigation, and artificial intelligence, aiming to pave a way to wider implementation of autonomous systems, such as drones or self-driving cars into our everyday life. Although these systems are in use for some years, robustness of their autonomous operations, including the ability to

  • Verizon deploys remote network-connected drone during Big Hollow Wildfire

    Federal Aviation Administration grants special waiver to allow civilian operations to inspect critical communications infrastructure in the U.S. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted Skyward, A Verizon company, a temporary waiver that allows company pilots to fly the Percepto Sparrow drone from their homes to inspect critical communications infrastructure near the Big Hollow wildfire in

  • Surveillance drone used in capture of Channel people smuggler

    Rebwar Ahmed, who has since been arrested, was piloting a craft carrying 20 other people The post Surveillance drone used in capture of Channel people smuggler appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • AirVūz takes to the small screen for world-first 24/7 drone footage channel

    Several new TV channels will capitalise on AirVūz’s vast catalog of professional and amateur drone footage The post AirVūz takes to the small screen for world-first 24/7 drone footage channel appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Flock pairs with BIBA for new commercial drone insurance scheme

    Together the duo plan to offer easy-to-access and flexible cover for commercial drone operations The post Flock pairs with BIBA for new commercial drone insurance scheme appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Counter-drone company D-Fend welcomes former head of FAA to board

    Michael Huerta, also currently on the board for Delta Air Lines, acted as administrator for the FAA between 2011 and 2018 The post Counter-drone company D-Fend welcomes former head of FAA to board appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Furlough scheme still set to end next month, says Rishi Sunak

    In doing so he launched a wage subsidy package which he said will support employees working in “viable” jobs The post Furlough scheme still set to end next month, says Rishi Sunak appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • New 140mph first responder drone achieves lift off

    The Recruit drone combines a hybrid petrol-electric motor, lightweight airframe and carbon fibre body so it can fly faster and longer and carry heavier payloads than most drones The post New 140mph first responder drone achieves lift off appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Skydio expands senior team with two new appointments

    This comes after the company's recent £80 million series C funding round, with which it plans to fuel rapid growth The post Skydio expands senior team with two new appointments appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Fortem’s DroneHunter now neutralises a ‘wider array of drone threats’

    The AI-driven interceptor drone now autonomously determines whether to chase, attack or defend against the threatening drone depending on the drone’s size, speed and trajectory The post Fortem’s DroneHunter now neutralises a ‘wider array of drone threats’ appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Pandemic opens new doors for the drone industry

    Drone service provider SkySkopes says that new uses for UAVs are being discovered at an increased rate since Covid-19 broke out The post Pandemic opens new doors for the drone industry appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • Face masks made compulsory for all UK retail workers

    Under stricter rules, those who flout the new rules could face fines of up to £200, while businesses could be fined as much as £10,000 The post Face masks made compulsory for all UK retail workers appeared first on Commercial Drone Professional.

  • A human kidney just flew over 10 miles in a drone

    An unusual piece of precious cargo just flew for 10 miles through Nevada’s skies — a human kidney. Drone delivery company MissionGo sent a kidney into the skies above Nevada as part of a partnership with organ procurement organization Nevada Donor Network. The drone, which delivered a research kidney from an airport to a location The post A human kidney just flew over 10 miles in a drone appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Some Vegas residents can now get a coronavirus testing kit shipped to their homes via drone

    Want to test yourself to see if you have COVID-19? If you live in a very specific area of Las Vegas, Nevada, you may be able to get a coronavirus testing kit shipped to your home — via a drone, no less. Drone delivery company DroneUp on Tuesday announced a pilot project in partnership with The post Some Vegas residents can now get a coronavirus testing kit shipped to their homes via drone appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Zipline blasts government’s approach to drone safety as “myopic”

    Most experts agree that drone industry growth has progressed fairly slowly — for better or for worse — largely out of fear that moving too quickly could jeopardize drone safety. The Federal Aviation Administration likely won’t disagree with that first statement (and it’s not necessarily without good reason); the FAA prides itself on its strong The post Zipline blasts government’s approach to drone safety as “myopic” appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • States take drone laws into their own hands with local legislation (separate from federal laws)

    Federal drone laws are at a turning point. The FAA published its long-anticipated Remote ID proposal at the end of 2019 (Remote ID is widely said to be the essential piece to allow for the growth of the drone industry). But as the federal government works out the Remote ID details, many states have published The post States take drone laws into their own hands with local legislation (separate from federal laws) appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • Government hammers safety message, while hinting at Remote ID future during FAA keynote

    The Federal Aviation Administration has long emphasized its safety culture, and FAA Administrator Steve Dickson hammered that safety message home during an FAA keynote at the 2020 Commercial UAV Expo, which was held virtually this week. “Just like traditional aviation, this industry must show that it can be safely integrated into the national airspace,” Dickson The post Government hammers safety message, while hinting at Remote ID future during FAA keynote appeared first on The Drone Girl.

  • BONUS: Drone News – Remote ID Set to Roll Out in 2020, NYC Drone Laws Update, Drone Helicopter Crash

    Our biggest story this week is about drone remote ID. Regular DU followers might recall that FAA's NPRM attracted more than 50,000 comments from concerned industry stakeholders. However, it seems that the FAA is planning to go ahead with a restrictive drone remote ID as planned. In his talk at the Commercial UAV Expo, FAA's Steve Dickson shared how FAA plans to introduce drone remote ID by the end of 2020. Our next story is about flying drones in NYC. As you might be aware, an old avigation law makes it illegal to fly drones in NYC. Because of this, building inspections are still done using the traditional method where construction workers use scaffolding to access areas at higher elevations. Needless to say this is both dangerous and costly. As per the latest update, a new study has been initiated which might make flying drones in NYC a possibility in the near future. Other topics discussed in today's show include DIY ADS-B receivers, drone search and rescue, and DJI Mavic Mini crash with a helicopter. Whether you are just getting started or looking to increase your revenue stream, our drone service providers are ready to help you achieve your most ambitious goals. Check out all our classes for 2020 by going here - http://bit.ly/mapclass2020 Recently crashed your drone? Unable to find trained technicians who can repair your drone quickly and at a reasonable rate? Don’t fret. The cool folks at Fortress UAV can help you get your drone back up in the air in as little as 7 days! Use Promo Code “DroneU” to get 25% off. Drone U Members get an extra 5% off on total repair costs. Check them out now! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community.Follow us:Site - https://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps Important points from FAA's Steve Dickson's talk at the Commercial UAV Expo Is drone safety a concern? What do past statistics indicate? Has archaic legislation prevented the drone delivery industry from taking off? Is the FAA doing its bit when it comes to using drones for children's education? FAA to go ahead with restrictive drone remote-id by the end of 2020? Will remote-id result in non-compliance and hence endanger airspace safety? Is a lack of representation within the FAA hurting the small drone service provider? YouTuber Bruce Simpson a.k.a. XJet builds a handheld ADS-B receiver 2019 stats show how much safer drones are compared to manned aircraft Are large corporations influencing drone legislation in a big way? Study explores the feasibility of using drones for building facade inspections in NYC Innovative Drone search and rescue tactics deployed to find a 3-year old in Western Australia DJI Mavic Mini blown away by a helicopter's prop wash in Grand Rapids, Michigan

  • ADU 01132: Which is the Best and Most Affordable GPS Solution for Drone Mapping?

    Today's question is about the best GPS solutions for drone mapping. Is there an accurate GPS solution that does not burn a hole in your pocket? Our caller for today, Andy is drone mapper who has a question about GCP solutions. Specifically, Andy does not wish to spend thousands of dollars to purchase a GPS system. Yet, he does not wish to compromise on accuracy. So, what are some affordable GPS solutions that are a good fit for Andy? In today's show, we reveal the GPS solution that we, at Drone U, use for our mapping classes. We also compare RTK and PPK systems so that you can determine the option which works best for you. Coming to the main topic for today's show, Paul reveals why the HC3 GPS Data Collector might be a good option for Andy. Whether you are just getting started or looking to increase your revenue stream, our drone service providers are ready to help you achieve your most ambitious goals. Check out all our classes for 2020 by going here - http://bit.ly/mapclass2020 Recently crashed your drone? Unable to find trained technicians who can repair your drone quickly and at a reasonable rate? Don’t fret. The cool folks at Fortress UAV can help you get your drone back up in the air in as little as 7 days! Use Promo Code “DroneU” to get 25% off. Drone U Members get an extra 5% off on total repair costs. Check them out now! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community.Follow us:Site - https://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps The Basics - Setting up GCP's Today's class is brought to you by Drone U's virtual classes Today's question is about the best budget GPS solution for you Why we prefer using Emlid Reach RS for our mapping classes Why the HC3 GPS data collector can be a good option for those seeking an affordable yet accurate GPS solution How accurate is drone mapping? Why you should use natural markers for GCP's RTK or PPK GPS - Which is the best option for you?

  • ADU 01131: Can I Take Off From a Restricted Area If I Do So From “Mid-Air”?

    Our question for today is about flying in restricted airspace. Our caller, Fred has come up with a creative possibility for flying in restrictive airspace. While we know that the law does not permit us to fly in restricted airspace, what if we take off from mid-air? Are there any loopholes that let you legally fly in restricted airspace? Tune in for another fun and informative show of Ask Drone U. Thanks for ingenious question, Fred. Fly Safe! Whether you are just getting started or looking to increase your revenue stream, our drone service providers are ready to help you achieve your most ambitious goals. Check out all our classes for 2020 by going here - http://bit.ly/mapclass2020 Recently crashed your drone? Unable to find trained technicians who can repair your drone quickly and at a reasonable rate? Don’t fret. The cool folks at Fortress UAV can help you get your drone back up in the air in as little as 7 days! Use Promo Code “DroneU” to get 25% off. Drone U Members get an extra 5% off on total repair costs. Check them out now! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community.Follow us:Site - https://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps Today's show is brought to you by Drone U Virtual classes Today we explore the possibility of taking off in a restricted area form "mid-air" Can you really take off from mid-air? Should you attempt to find loop-holes in the law? Are you allowed to fly in restricted airspace? How can you get permission to fly in restricted airspace? What if you jump and catch your drone mid-air?

  • ADU 01130: Why Should I Bother Learning to Fly in Atti Mode At All?

    Main Benefits of Flying in Atti Mode Today's show is about flying in Atti mode. When you can away by flying in GPS mode, why should you bother learning to fly in Atti mode at all? Our caller for today, Earl from Texas is into drone photography and videography. Earl hates flying in Atti mode. He shares that he is able to grab some great footage while flying in P-mode or GPS-mode. And sees no reason to master flying in Atti mode. So, what are some of the main reasons that a drone pilot should learn to fly in Atti mode? What are some of the things that can go wrong while you are flying in GPS mode? Paul shares his own experience - both as a coach and as a pilot, and reveals how you can overcome your fear of flying in Atti mode. We hope you enjoy this show! Whether you are just getting started or looking to increase your revenue stream, our drone service providers are ready to help you achieve your most ambitious goals. Check out all our classes for 2020 by going here - http://bit.ly/mapclass2020 Recently crashed your drone? Unable to find trained technicians who can repair your drone quickly and at a reasonable rate? Don’t fret. The cool folks at Fortress UAV can help you get your drone back up in the air in as little as 7 days! Use Promo Code “DroneU” to get 25% off. Drone U Members get an extra 5% off on total repair costs. Check them out now! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community.Follow us:Site - https://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps Timestamps Today's question is about shooting in Atti Mode? Can you reliably fly in P-mode? Can you shoot action sports while flying in GPS mode or P-mode? Along with drone safety, does flying in Atti mode help you become a better pilot? And help you grab better footage? Why are most people averse to flying in Atti Mode? Virtual classes vs. In-person classes - which is the better option for you?

  • BONUS: Drone News – Is This the New DJI Mavic 3?, Walmart to Commence Drone Deliveries, Ronin RS2 Release Date and Specs

    Our first story for today is about the DJI Mavic 3. Drone enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for DJI to release an all-new Mavic. Recently, there were some "DJI Mavic 3" images being circulated on the internet. But is this really the DJI Mavic 3? Tune in to find out what Paul and Haye have to say about this. Additionally, we also reveal some latest industry news which has impacted the release date for the DJI Mavic 3. You will learn how the current US-China standoff is impacting the world's largest drone manufacturer, DJI. Next, we have some exciting news to share about the drone delivery industry. After Amazon, another retail behemoth, Walmart is actively looking to commence drone delivery operations. While in the UK, Tesco has tied up drone service provider, Manna. Certainly, using drones will help retailers deliver goods even faster and possibly, at lower costs. It remains to be seen whether administrations across the world see the writing on the wall and proactively work on coming out with more progressive drone laws. Other stories discussed in today's show include latest updates about the Ronin RS2, information about Prism - a new drone platform by Watts Innovation, and much, much more… We hope you enjoy this show! Whether you are just getting started or looking to increase your revenue stream, our drone service providers are ready to help you achieve your most ambitious goals. Check out all our classes for 2020 by going here - http://bit.ly/mapclass2020 Recently crashed your drone? Unable to find trained technicians who can repair your drone quickly and at a reasonable rate? Don’t fret. The cool folks at Fortress UAV can help you get your drone back up in the air in as little as 7 days! Use Promo Code “DroneU” to get 25% off. Drone U Members get an extra 5% off on total repair costs. Check them out now! Get Your Biggest and Most Common Drone Certificate Questions Answered by Downloading this FREE Part 107 PDF Make sure to get yourself the all-new Drone U landing pad! Get your questions answered: https://thedroneu.com/. If you enjoy the show, the #1 thing you can do to help us out is to subscribe to it on iTunes. Can we ask you to do that for us real quick? While you're there, leave us a 5-star review, if you're inclined to do so. Thanks! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-drone-u/id967352832. Become a Drone U Member. Access to over 30 courses, great resources, and our incredible community.Follow us:Site - https://thedroneu.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/droneuInstagram - https://instagram.com/thedroneu/Twitter - https://twitter.com/thedroneuYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/droneu Timestamps DJI Mavic 3 or X7 gimbal? Are the latest images on the internet really authentic? After Amazon, Walmart jumps on the drone delivery bandwagon; to conduct tests in North Carolina UK retailer, Tesco ties up with drone delivery company, Manna Should the FAA allow BVLOS drone deliveries if flying with strobes? University of Rhode Island uses drones with thermal cameras for monitoring ground water level Drones used for tracking wildlife in Australia Launch date for Ronin RS2 pushed to October; much-awaited gimbal to come in two variants Prism, the new drone platform by American drone manufacturer, Watts Innovations comes with variable propulsions and payloads

    • DRONEII: 2020 Drone Regulation Update

      Drone industry analysts DRONEII have published their 2020 Drone Regulation Update: survey results that show how the international landscape is evolving to support the use of drones. Guest Post: This article published with permission from our friends at DroneII, Drone Industry Insights. Article authored by Millie Radovic. With the publishing of our new Drone Regulation The post DRONEII: 2020 Drone Regulation Update appeared first on DRONELIFE.

    • Pix4D and Wingtra: New Integration Makes Orthomosaic and Point Cloud Generation 2X Faster

      Wingtra‘s recent WingtraHub 1.0 release introduces a lean workflow between the WingtraOne drone and Pix4Dmatic, a “fresh Pix4D product for reliable speedy processing of large datasets,” says a Wingtra press release.  “This integration is especially key since Wingtra’s VTOL drone is designed to map large sites fast and safely while providing the best possible data The post Pix4D and Wingtra: New Integration Makes Orthomosaic and Point Cloud Generation 2X Faster appeared first on DRONELIFE.

    • ANRA Technologies Releases New Version of ANRA MissionManager™ for Drone Operations

      ANRA Technologies​ is a major name in UAS Traffic Management (UTM) around the world.   Now, the company announces the release of ​ANRA MissionManager™: a new version of their drone operations software platform​. ANRA’s deep expertise in UTM and involvement in testing scenarios that involve multiple flights under a vast array of conditions has informed The post ANRA Technologies Releases New Version of ANRA MissionManager™ for Drone Operations appeared first on DRONELIFE.

    • FAA OKs Wildfire Drone Inspections for Verizon’s Skyward

      Verizon is dialing up a new mission for its drone subsidiary – wildfire damage inspection. The telecom announced today the FAA granted Portland-based Skyward a temporary waiver allowing company pilots to fly Percepto Sparrow drones from their homes to inspect critical communications infrastructure near the Big Hollow wildfire in Washington. So far, the blaze has The post FAA OKs Wildfire Drone Inspections for Verizon’s Skyward appeared first on DRONELIFE.

    • Diversity in the Drone Industry: Skydio Steps Up

      U.S. drone manufacturer Skydio is stepping up to help boost diversity in the drone industry, hiring two highly qualified women to key leadership roles.  Devon DiPietro has been named Director of Marketing, and Jacqueline Sharma has been hired as Vice President of People Operations. The two new hires “join a growing team of talent that already includes The post Diversity in the Drone Industry: Skydio Steps Up appeared first on DRONELIFE.

    • Eachine US65 Pro 2S Micro Racer Drone Outdoor Flight Test Review

      As promised, here is the outdoor 2S flight of the tiny US65 Pro micro whoop racer drone. Find the US65 Pro here http://bit.ly/US65-Pro . coupon code: BG65PRO 20%off EXPIRES:10/30/2020 I really like micro racers over larger full size racers. For one, it’s hard to notice that you’re flying a micro compared to a full size. The post Eachine US65 Pro 2S Micro Racer Drone Outdoor Flight Test Review appeared first on Drone Magazine.

    • Pix4D and Wingtra: New Integration Makes Orthomosaic and Point Cloud Generation 2X Faster

      Wingtra‘s recent WingtraHub 1.0 release introduces a lean workflow between the WingtraOne drone and Pix4Dmatic, a “fresh Pix4D product for reliable speedy processing of large datasets,” says a Wingtra press release.  “This integration is especially key since Wingtra’s VTOL drone is designed to map large sites fast and safely while providing the best possible data The post Pix4D and Wingtra: New Integration Makes Orthomosaic and Point Cloud Generation 2X Faster appeared first on Drone Magazine.

    • VR009 Beginner's 5.8Ghz Racing Drone FPV Goggles Review

      Interested in entering the world of FPV racing drones? One thing that you’ll need is 5.8Ghz FPV goggles to view the in-flight video from the drone. This set of entry level goggles would be appropriate for new FPV fliers. Find them here http://bit.ly/Goggles-VR009 Pros – Inexpensive entry level goggles suitable for beginner FPV fliers. – The post VR009 Beginner's 5.8Ghz Racing Drone FPV Goggles Review appeared first on Drone Magazine.

    • DRONEII: 2020 Drone Regulation Update

      All five of the key areas of regulations and government measures discussed in this article will remain in focus in the coming year. What changes and what remains the same in the DRI ranking will largely depend on the headway that governments are able to make in cooperating with private stakeholders to create the drone The post DRONEII: 2020 Drone Regulation Update appeared first on Drone Magazine.

    • ANRA Technologies Launches MissionManager

      ANRA Technologies Launches MissionManager for Energy, Telecom, and Construction Industries ANRA Technologies, a leader in UAS Traffic Management (UTM), today announced the release of ANRA MissionManager™. Building upon years of experience developing and deploying its drone operations software platform, MissionManager is the only turnkey drone operations solution that integrates fleet management, compliance, risk mitigation, flight automation, The post ANRA Technologies Launches MissionManager appeared first on Drone Magazine.

    • 5 Ways Drones Bring College Campuses to New Heights

      Read more at: http://droneality.com Since the first drones hit the market, it was clear that their usability covers a wide spectrum of purposes, locations, and user-groups. Although mainly used for the production of video material from a bird’s perspective, drones can also carry light cargo, which makes their usability level very high (no pun intended). The introduction of the The post 5 Ways Drones Bring College Campuses to New Heights appeared first on DRONEALITY.

    • 5 Fun Drone Photography Ideas For Weddings

      Read more at: http://droneality.com Weddings are momentous events that mark the beginning of a new and exciting chapter in one’s life. It isn’t surprising that a lot of couples are willing to spend a fortune on making sure that everything is as perfect as it can be, and their wedding photos are no exception. After all, wedding photos not The post 5 Fun Drone Photography Ideas For Weddings appeared first on DRONEALITY.

    • The Sky is the Limit: Hire Dedicated Developers to Evolve Your Drone Control App

      Read more at: http://droneality.com A couple of decades ago, drones were mostly used in the military. However, the growing needs of the economy in the conditions of peace created a consumer market for the technology – and a booming one at that. Right now, commercial and public applications of drones are numerous, the value of the industry is at The post The Sky is the Limit: Hire Dedicated Developers to Evolve Your Drone Control App appeared first on DRONEALITY.

    • How to Take the Perfect Drone Pictures

      Read more at: http://droneality.com New technology has unleashed a wealth of new possibilities when it comes to both art and experimentation. There are many things an amateur photographer can do nowadays that were never possible in decades before. One of the best examples of this is drone photography. Drones allow users to take aerial pictures from heights most photographers The post How to Take the Perfect Drone Pictures appeared first on DRONEALITY.

    • How to Build a DIY Drone

      Read more at: http://droneality.com Droning is gaining popularity fast, and some people have developed amazing skills zipping around with those tiny machines. Yet, few ever pay thought to the complexity of the underlying technology and the huge effort that goes into keeping those gadgets in the sky. Building your own drone from scratch is entirely possible these days, even The post How to Build a DIY Drone appeared first on DRONEALITY.

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