New horizons are around the corner, we are halfway through the first week of embarking on a new and substantive role within the drone industry. More information coming within the next few days.
From nuclear mosquitos to Turkish military drones, some of the drone news this week would make for a great horror movie title. Definitely a weird and whacky week.
Sometimes a video is all that is needed. We are proud to share a project that we have been working on over the last month. Using a drone to film provides such a different perspective that makes for some unique and interesting shots.
Drones and Search & Rescue, one of the best industry combinations out there. Drones are playing a powerful role in the SAR industry with their ability to go places humans can’t.
From 64,000 sea turtles to a drone that mimics bats and dragon flies to guard indoor greenhouses, this week the weird, whacky and wonderful world of drones is quite unique.
Drones provide a unique view that not many people would normally be able to see allowing for the creation of compelling images or videos to use for your marketing purposes.
Drones have come a long way in 10 years. What do the next 10 years hold for the drone industry? The technology will continue to evolve at a rapid pace.
Considering everything that has been going on for the last few weeks, we took a moment to consider how the drone industry has been dealing with some of the difficult situations and complex challenges that have presented themselves.
Experience and professionalism are key factors that come into play when operating drone technology. Both of these help to mitigate the risk of crashing a drone, as well as some of the onboard technology of a drone.