… may have been trialling drone technology—for example by flying quadcopters over their crops—including those who already own a Parrot

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A new flagship DJI store is coming to Hong Kong by the end of September. The three-story, 10,000+ square-feet store will open in the center of Hong Kong’s busiest shopping district in Causeway Bay. In keeping with the scintillating Hong Kong skyline, the building will display animated DJI logos and drone silhouettes to add to the Victoria … Continue reading DJI will open a Hong Kong flagship store

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Part 107 tests for commercial drone operators became available for the public to take this week. So what is the FAA Part 107 test actually like? I have yet to take the test myself (as I still have some studying to do), but I called my friend Abby Speicher, who also happens to be the … Continue reading What the FAA Part 107 test is actually like (from a drone pilot who passed)

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That is to say, the newest minidrone to come out of the French company is the Parrot Swing, a sort

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This is 2 Ares Ethos QX 75 quadcopters. One copter is in working condition and ready to go. On the

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Chinese drone maker Yuneec, arguably the first company to introduce a solid competitor to DJI’s Phantom drone, is today making moves into the mass  market with its new Yuneec Breeze drone, which costs less than $500. Yuneec’s Breeze drone is controlled via mobile device through a “Breeze Cam” app for iOS and Android devices, and has … Continue reading Yuneec Breeze brings lower cost drones to mass market

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Drones and quadcopters are more popular than ever, and that means brands of all sorts are releasing a wide range

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Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux held a press conference in Paris to unveil two new minidrones. In addition to the usual

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The following post was contributed by Todd Sumner. Todd is is an attorney and legislative affairs advocate representing clients on a wide range of environmental, renewable energy, unmanned systems technologies and regulatory matters. He can be reached at todd@sumnerlawoffices.com. 2016 has so far been quite remarkable for both the U.S. offshore wind energy industry and … Continue reading How the U.S. offshore wind energy industry could benefit from drones

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