Prosumer Drones Continue to Gain Ground in Pro Video with SlingStudio Solutions

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Prosumer Drones Continue to Gain Ground in Pro Video with SlingStudio Solutions
Prosumer Drones Continue to Gain Ground in Pro Video with SlingStudio Solutions

Sling Media, a subsidiary of DISH Network Corp, has introduced a platform compatible with DJI drones. It’s a match that works on both sides.  As DJI works to raise it’s profile in the professional market, Sling Media – with the SlingStudio system – is moving to broaden it’s customer base into the consumer market.  SlingStudio, says […]

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Should DJI Spark Pilots and Future Buyers Be Worried?
Should DJI Spark Pilots and Future Buyers Be Worried?

A couple of weeks ago, the DroneLife team was approached by a DJI Spark pilot who was concerned that a number of people were watching on as their new Spark fell out of the sky for no reason. At the time, we went through the DJI forum posts to see how common these issues were. There […]

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DroneDeploy, SLANTRANGE, and Sentera Partner on Advanced Ag Solution
DroneDeploy, SLANTRANGE, and Sentera Partner on Advanced Ag Solution

DroneDeploy announces new features, allowing growers to use their industry leading drone mapping platform with agriculture specific sensors, including SLANTRANGE calibrated multi-spectral sensors and Sentera’s near infrared sensors. “We’ve listened to our customers’ requests and worked with leading technology partners in the industry to help growers detect crop variability sooner and compare plant health over time,” said DroneDeploy […]

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Canada’s Disappointing Drone Regs
Canada’s Disappointing Drone Regs

Transport Canada has released a draft of new drone laws, which the world’s leading drone manufacturer DJI says could significantly limit the industry. “While DJI is pleased some operating restrictions from earlier Interim Orders have been eased, the draft rules as written would significantly limit safe and responsible drone use,” says DJI’s statement. “The rules […]

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In Defence of DJI: Why Hackers are Wrong to Play Games
In Defence of DJI: Why Hackers are Wrong to Play Games

Plenty of controversial drone industry issues can be found within the text of a single article from our colleagues at SUAS News, titled ‘Don’t be Evil DJI‘. We’re still trying to get to get a grip on exactly what the point of the piece was. But a number of claims were made against the Chinese […]

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UAV202 Piaggio HammerHead Testing Resumes
UAV202 Piaggio HammerHead Testing Resumes

The Piaggio Aerospace P.1HH HammerHead UAS, drones and field biology, drone security, and drone swarming technology.

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Media Coverage in the Drone Industry: Perspective Needed
Media Coverage in the Drone Industry: Perspective Needed

Working in DJI’s communications department must come with its ups and downs. Being the manufacturer synonymous with the industry means you get plenty of free publicity whenever a media organization is running a drone-related story. But it also means that your name gets dragged through the mud whenever something bad ‘happens’. Take this for an example. In […]

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The Argument Over Drone Registration Continues
The Argument Over Drone Registration Continues

The response to John Taylor’s FOIA request asking the FAA for records that indicate the recreational drone registration program was ever used to enforce regulations is the latest point of discussion in the argument over the program. By now, everyone in the drone communitiy knows about John Taylor’s winning lawsuit against the FAA, which determined […]

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DJI to Train Dutch Emergency Workers at New Drone School
DJI to Train Dutch Emergency Workers at New Drone School

The Netherlands is successfully creating an ecosystem for the robotics and unmanned vehicles industries.  Now, the world’s largest drone manufacturer DJI will train Dutch firemen and paramedics at a new drone flight school. DJI has formed the agreement with Space53, a public-private partnership for developing the drone industry in Enschede.  The agreement calls for the […]

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Mars Rover Technology Adapted to Drones
Mars Rover Technology Adapted to Drones

It worked for the Mars Pathfinder Rover, and it saves uncounted lives in cars, so why not adapt an airbag for the drone? This is the solution proposed by the present Japanese patent application. Sure, you can fit a deployable parachute to your expensive quadcopter, but it’s not the perfect solution. As the application discloses, “the product of [http://www.dji.com/ja/product/dropsafe)] opens the parachute at 6 meters or more from the ground and therefore cannot produce an […]Read more… #quadcopters #drones