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senseFly Corridor solution

senseFly Corridor solutionsenseFly

senseFly Corridor solution boosts efficiency of linear mapping projects senseFly, the world’s leading producer of mapping drones, today announces senseFly Corridor, a new platform enhancement that vastly simplifies the drone (UAS) mapping of linear infrastructure and sites. senseFly Corridor will debut on May 8 at AUVSI Xponential in Dallas, Texas (booth 641). Corridor mapping is a common task for many…

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FAA Releases Drone Risk Report

FAA Releases Drone Risk ReportAtlanta Hobby/ UAV Experts

FAA Releases Drone Risk Report “A start toward better understanding the risks of allowing small unmanned aircraft — or drones — to fly over people” In late April the FAA released the final ‘ASSURE UAS Ground Collision Severity Evaluation Report‘. The 195-page drone risk report details drone crash testing along with digital models of the damage falling drones can cause. Also included is…

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Drones As A Service

Drones As A ServiceSDG&E

Drones As A Service- These days, utilities are outsourcing everything AES spent years developing its own program, but as is often the case with new technologies, found a partnership was the fastest way to scale up value. With apologies to Clint Eastwood, a utility’s got to know its limitations. The use of drones — small, unmanned aerial vehicles — to inspect transmission lines and…

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Drones in Planet Earth II

Drones in Planet Earth IISkyTango

Drones in Planet Earth II – Interview With Wildlife Filmmaker Michael Sanderson BBC’s Planet Earth II is one of most talked about wildlife television productions ever. Wildlife filmmaker and drone operator Michael J. Sanderson of Ateles Films talks to Skytango about his experiences working on the series. Michael J. Sanderson is a cinematographer and drone operator whose work can be seen…

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Spherical Drone Display

Spherical Drone DisplayNTT DOCOMO

Spherical Drone Display Looks Like 360-Degree Flying Screen Forget plane-pulled banners ― there may be a new way to advertise in the sky. The Japanese telecom company NTT DOCOMO recently revealed what it claims is the “world’s first spherical drone display.” Although it appears to be a solid, globe-shaped screen while in flight, the display is actually an unmanned aerial vehicle…

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