FQ777 FQ18 Foldable Pocket Selfie Drone

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FQ777 FQ18 Foldable Pocket Selfie Drone
FQ777 FQ18 Foldable Pocket Selfie Drone

We got another pocket drone in sigh, a new drone that is lightweight and packed with several cool flying features, one of the latest in the FQ777 series is the FQ777 FQ18 foldable drone. Design and Features – the FQ777 FQ18 is pretty similar to other selfie drone that we have spotted in the market. It has foldable arms that fold below the body of the FQ18. It has a built-in camera and with an option to install a propeller protector. Flying features of the FQ18 are headless mode, altitude hold mode, 3D flip, one key return as well as

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Sky-Futures Debuts Global Franchise Program for Industrial Drone Inspections
Sky-Futures Debuts Global Franchise Program for Industrial Drone Inspections

Sky-Futures, a provider of drone-based inspections for the global industrial markets, has announced its first international franchise, Sky-Futures Malaysia. Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin, president and group CEO of Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas, officially launched the franchise at the Oil & Gas Asia Exhibition at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre on July 12. […]

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You can fly this drone around the office without getting fired — maybe
You can fly this drone around the office without getting fired — maybe

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. While the most commonly used drones are smaller than your average aircraft, they’re not exactly safe for work. After all, they’re meant toRead more… #quadcopters #drones

PropelUAS Launches to Help Organizations Implement Drones
PropelUAS Launches to Help Organizations Implement Drones

Evans Inc., a “human-centered” solutions and products provider based out of Falls Church, Va., has launched a new division dubbed PropelUAS, helping organizations implement unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). According to Evans, PropelUAS comprises a team of unmanned systems, air traffic control, aviation training, human factors, airports and aviation strategy experts who offer the company’s “Idea […]

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Australia Transport Agency ‘Leads by Example’ by Securing Drone Approval
Australia Transport Agency ‘Leads by Example’ by Securing Drone Approval

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) says it is “leading by example” by securing a Remotely Piloted Aircraft Operator’s Certificate through Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The certificate, which was presented to Greg Hood, ATSB’s chief commissioner, and Derek Hoffmeister, transport safety investigation manager, last Friday, means the agency now has the necessary approvals […]

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North Carolina Governor Signs Law on UAS Near Prisons
North Carolina Governor Signs Law on UAS Near Prisons

Gov. Roy Cooper, D-N.C., has signed into law a bill that makes it illegal to fly a drone over or near prisons and jails. Under H.B.128, those who use unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to deliver – or attempt to deliver – weapons or other contraband to North Carolina inmates could be charged with felonies; flying […]

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Miniaturizing the Brain of a Drone
Miniaturizing the Brain of a Drone

Method for designing efficient computer chips may get miniature smart drones off the ground, says MIT News.  In recent years, engineers have worked to shrink drone technology, building flying prototypes that are the size of a bumblebee and loaded with even tinier sensors and cameras. Thus far, they have managed to miniaturize almost every part […]

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Alaska High School Students Build and Fly UAVs, Explore STEM Careers
Alaska High School Students Build and Fly UAVs, Explore STEM Careers

This summer, Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) is hosting team-based sessions focused on career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, including one for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). ANSEP’s two five-week Acceleration Academy sessions will be held on the University of Alaska Anchorage campus. Representing 30 Alaska communities, 139 students will […]

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Zephyr Drone Simulator Teaches Flight With Three Controller Options
Zephyr Drone Simulator Teaches Flight With Three Controller Options

Little Arms Studios, a Manassas, Va.-based developer of simulation solutions, has announced three new product bundles packaging its Zephyr Drone Simulator, a curriculum of training modules for small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS) pilots. The release also updates the simulator’s compatible controller options across both Mac and Windows platforms. Kyle Bishop, CEO of Little Arms Studios, […]

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Kansas College Adopts Unmanned Safety Institute Curriculum to Prep Students for Drone Careers
Kansas College Adopts Unmanned Safety Institute Curriculum to Prep Students for Drone Careers

Cloud County Community College has become the first college in Kansas to adopt the Unmanned Safety Institute’s (USI) drone curriculum, says USI, an Orlando, Fla.-based subsidiary of ARGUS International Inc. Cloud County Community College will use the curriculum as a precursor to drone operations involving renewable energy assets. The unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) curriculum, also […]

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