Buyer’s Guide: How to Pick Your First Drone

How to Buy Your First Drone

The Best #Drones Money Can Buy

Presenting The 10 Best Drones Money Can Buy

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DIY Hardware Store Drone with Stabilized Camera

A Teardown of the Phantom 2 Vision Plus Drone from DJI #Tech #Drones #DJI

A Teardown of the Phantom 2 Vision Plus Drone from DJI

Filmmakers modify drone to carry 1,000 fps 4K camera | There are 4K cameras and drones, and then there's the Phantom Flex4K and the Aerigon drone

Filmmakers hack drone to carry 1,000 fps 4K camera

Filmmakers modify drone to carry fps camera There are cameras and drones, and then there's the Phantom and the Aerigon drone

Filmmakers modify drone to carry 1,000 fps 4K camera | There are 4K cameras and drones, and then there's the Phantom Flex4K and the Aerigon drone

Filmmakers hack drone to carry 1,000 fps 4K camera

Filmmakers modify drone to carry fps camera There are cameras and drones, and then there's the Phantom and the Aerigon drone

Drones, the latest craze in marketing, and personal drones will soon be given airspace to make deliveries directly to your door.

Facts about military drones. Interesting infographic via Stewarté Facchin

While the commercial #drone industry may have found some cheer in the FAA’s recently relaxed regulations – the requirement that the operator have a pilot’s license has been dropped — they are still too restrictive. The operator must keep the drone in sight at all times and nighttime flights still aren’t allowed, for example. But technology can easily address many of the FAA’s safety concerns, argues Gretchen West in Foreign Affairs.

Drone Beat: The FAA relents as Amazon schemes and drone tech marches on

DJI Phantom 3 Professional Quadcopter Drone with UHD Video Camera & CS Kit: Includes Handheld Transmitter (Radio Controller), Sandisk Extreme Plus MicroSD Memory Card, Lexar MicroSD Memory Card, SD Card Reader, Intelligent Flight Batt

Proliferating apps propel #drones to both fortune, and fame: will drones get their own star on the Walk of Fame?

Will drones get their own star on the Walk Fame?

Proliferating apps propel #drones to both fortune, and fame: will drones get their own star on the Walk of Fame?

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The drone makers: Five visionaries who will rule the skies

The drone makers: Five visionaries who will rule the skies

Despite some regulatory ambiguity, commercial #drones are quickly shaping up as a major opportunity for the maker community. The Federal Aviation Authority, which exerts sole authority on commercial air lanes and traffic around airports, has only just launched a study of unmanned aircraft; it has designated six research sites across the country to amass “operational experience.” The results (and potential impacts), however, aren’t expected until sometime in 2017.

Commercial Drone Development Gets Boost From Open-Source Projects

NASA scientists are using former military surveillance drones to help them understand more about how tropical storms intensify, which they say could ultimately save lives by improving forecast models that predict a hurricane's strength.

#Drone makers and IoT architects are keeping close tabs on two new technology developments, μRFID tagging and the Rana motion detection technology, for possible future identification, tracking and control applications. Developments in both technologies came to light this week in an article published in Engineering & Technology Magazine that reported that a group of ecologists in the UK have fitted a tiny μRFID tag to a bee as part of a live field tracking study.

New buzz for μRFID, motion detection technology

Drone makers and IoT architects are keeping close tabs on two new technology developments, μRFID and the motion detection technology for possible future identification, tracking and control applications.

The FAA’s September 30, 2015 deadline for mandated regulations integrating drones into U.S. airspace has come and gone. This leaves many consumers and businesses, like Amazon Prime, to wonder what the future of drone deliveries will look like.  But while the FAA fiddles, other countries are moving forward rapidly to test and deploy drone delivery technology.

While the FAA fiddles, world's first droneport takes shape

Foster reveals plans for Rwandan Droneport to deliver medical supplies in remote areas

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