DJI Zenmuse X7: this is the 6k camera all filmmakers need

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DJI Zenmuse X7: this is the 6k camera all filmmakers need
DJI Zenmuse X7: this is the 6k camera all filmmakers need

DJI’s newest camera, the DJI Zenmuse X7, is blowing all other camera drones out of the water. The Chinese dronemaker, which sprung to fame for its ready to fly, GoPro-carrying drone, the Phantom, today announced the DJI Zenmuse X7. It’s a Super 35 digital film camera optimized for professional aerial cinematography, designed to work with … Continue reading DJI Zenmuse X7: this is the 6k camera all filmmakers need

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4 ways drones are transforming Dubai
4 ways drones are transforming Dubai

Human-carrying drone gimmick aside, the United Arab Emirates, and more specifically Dubai, is rapidly adopting drones for a variety of uses. The city of Dubai has benefited from a number of government-backed initiatives under what’s called the “Dubai Smart Government Plan” to increase the use of a range of technologies, including augmented reality and 3D-printing. … Continue reading 4 ways drones are transforming Dubai

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This AED doubles as a drone — in hopes to get faster support to stroke victims
This AED doubles as a drone — in hopes to get faster support to stroke victims

Add this to your list of “Drones for Good.” Swedish-based company FlyPulse has developed a drone it calls LifeDrone AED. It is exactly what it sounds like — a drone that transports defibrillators, which is an electronic device seen in gyms, offices and classrooms that can  automatically diagnose cardiac arrhythmias and treat them through defibrillation, the … Continue reading This AED doubles as a drone — in hopes to get faster support to stroke victims

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Here’s what’s wrong with a centralized control center to manage drone traffic, according to DJI
Here’s what’s wrong with a centralized control center to manage drone traffic, according to DJI

As drone sales continue to spike and their use becomes more ubiquitous, drone traffic management continues to ascend to the forefront of conversation around drones. And the first step in traffic management? Creating a system to identify which drones are in the year. The Federal Aviation Administration in June created a UAS Identification and Tracking … Continue reading Here’s what’s wrong with a centralized control center to manage drone traffic, according to DJI

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Tanzania is using drones to protect the Serengeti from poaching
Tanzania is using drones to protect the Serengeti from poaching

Private drones may be banned from flying over Tanzania’s National Parks, but that doesn’t mean you won’t see any drones there. The Tanzania National Parks Authority commonly known as TANAPA has officially signed on to use drones as a form of anti-poaching surveillance. Tanzania’s National Parks Authority is working with drone anti-poaching service Bathawk Recon to … Continue reading Tanzania is using drones to protect the Serengeti from poaching

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The U.S. Marines may 3D-print drones to use for surveillance
The U.S. Marines may 3D-print drones to use for surveillance

The U.S. Marine Corps uses small, fixed drones for surveillance. They’re primarily using AeroVironment’s RQ-11 Raven and the RQ-12 Wasp III, which cost $35,000 to $50,000 (plus $100,000 ground control systems). But it turns out, similar drones can be made simply via a 3D-printer. 26 year-old Corporal Rhet McNeal developed a 3D-printed version of the drone called … Continue reading The U.S. Marines may 3D-print drones to use for surveillance

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DJI’s new privacy mode is here, so you can fly without internet data transfer
DJI’s new privacy mode is here, so you can fly without internet data transfer

DJI’s “Local Data Mode” a new privacy mode  that stops internet traffic to and from its DJI Pilot app, launched this week. The Chinese drone manufacturer first announced that the mode was in development back in August, coincidentally(?) close to the time the U.S. Army announced that it would discontinue use of DJI drones due to “cyber … Continue reading DJI’s new privacy mode is here, so you can fly without internet data transfer

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What the FAA Reauthorization Extension means for drones
What the FAA Reauthorization Extension means for drones

The U.S. House passed legislation last week that calls for putting safety standards for drones. The House passed legislation to extend the FAA reauthorization bill, which calls for putting in place consensus safety standards for drone designs developed by industry representatives. It also calls for further study of local and state governmental authorities to oversee … Continue reading What the FAA Reauthorization Extension means for drones

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Lily drone is back — with none of the cool features originally promised
Lily drone is back — with none of the cool features originally promised

Still have your heart set on getting a Lily drone? If you’re still hanging onto the prospect of getting one, your dreams are about to come true. Lily Next-Gen launches next week and will be available in the fourth quarter of this year. The only problem is, your dreams — if they weren’t already crushed … Continue reading Lily drone is back — with none of the cool features originally promised

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No more flying drones over the Statue of Liberty, FAA says
No more flying drones over the Statue of Liberty, FAA says

This is an excerpt of a piece originally written for MarketWatch.com. Read the entire story here. Looking to get an aerial video of landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty* or Hoover Dam? If you’re looking to do it with a drone, you have a week to make it happen before it becomes illegal. The … Continue reading No more flying drones over the Statue of Liberty, FAA says

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