UAV164 Reflections on InterDrone
September 30, 2016

UAV164 Reflections on InterDrone

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Guest Parker Gyokeres is the owner of Propellerheads, an FAA Part 107 licensed business providing aerial photography and medium/heavy lift cinematography, thermal imaging, NDVI multispectral and 3F photogrammetry. Parker is an award-winning U.S. Air Force photojournalist, a freelance author, UAV subject matter expert and photographer. He serves as a member of the board of directors for […] #quadcopters #drones

Drone Girl Art Series: Fly Away With Me

Welcome to the fifth and FINAL installment of my Drone Girl Art Series! See Part 1: “I Fly Like A Girl” here. See Part 2: “Fly Me To The Moon” here. See Part 3: “We Can Fly It” here. See Part 4: “Quad Squad” here. These were created by my friend and artist Carli Krueger (who also designed … Continue reading Drone Girl Art Series: Fly Away With Me

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Last day to enter the Flying Robot international Film Festival

Have you got an epic movie you made with a drone? The last day to submit entries to San Francisco’s Flying Robot International Film Festival is October 1. The film festival returns for its second year on Thursday, November 17 at San Francisco’s Roxie Theatre, with categories including Cinematic Narrative, Epic Landscape, Drones for Good, FPV/Aerial Sports, LOL WTF, … Continue reading Last day to enter the Flying Robot international Film Festival

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The Business End Of UAS
September 29, 2016

The Business End Of UAS

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Running a UAS business requires more than knowing the technology and regulations. The University of North Dakota is teaching students how to develop business plans and project revenue streams. #quadcopters #drones

House hearing asks industry for update on small UAS rule

A U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee held a hearing this week on Capitol Hill to learn how well the implementation of the small unmanned aircraft systems rule has gone. Industry representatives provided insight and hopes for the future. #quadcopters #drones

Exclusive Insight: Teal Group’s new UAS market report

The growth rate of civil unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) will quadruple in the next decade, according to the Teal Group, a market analysis firm. UAS Magazine spoke with the lead author on the key points of the study and which trends are most clear. #quadcopters #drones

Texas UAS test site approved for flights up to 1,200 feet

This new, broader altitude means we can perform higher quality data collection without extensive delay prior to mission execution, said Jerry Hendrix, LSUASC executive director.
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Global wind power firm Nordex partners with drone inspection unit

The Nordex Group has formed a partnership with Lufthansa Aerial Services (LAS) for drone-supported inspection of its wind turbines. In doing so the manufacturer intends to draw on the experience of a Lufthansa. #quadcopters #drones

Lockheed conducts UAS launch from unmanned underwater vehicle

Lockheed Martin has successfully launched Vector Hawk, a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), on command from the Marlin MK2 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) during a U.S. Navy event. #quadcopters #drones

UPS tests drone delivery to island off the Atlantic coast

A CyPhy Works drone last week was used to conduct a mock delivery of medicine to an island off the coast of Massachusetts, UPS used the event to announce its entry into the drone delivery market. #quadcopters #drones