International Drone Day 2017 … It’s Right Around The Corner
The 3rd International Drone Day 2017 is THIS Saturday, May 6th, 2017. This event follows two successful years, beginning with the first International Drone Day in 2015, which saw over 40,000 people in 150 countries take part.
Drones continue to be a controversial topic, and IDD 2017 plans to change that with an event larger event. Hundreds of teams from around the globe will hold events to educate those outside of the drone community about positive uses for which better society. The mantra of those taking part is “Drones are Good!” Why? Because DRONES ARE GOOD. From agriculture to search and rescue, and fire safety to photography, drones are changing the world.
In partnership with the Academy of Model Aeronautics ‘AMA’, International Drone Day event activities vary by team and include drone racing, aerial photography and videography instruction, and search and rescue demonstrations. All events are open to the public and press, with photographs, filming and interviews welcome.
All across the world, there are teams getting ready for International Drone Day 2017. Chances are there is a team near you just waiting for you to join them. The full list of events is located at www.internationaldroneday.com
The Faces Behind International Drone Day
Sarah and David Oneal, of “That Drone Show” are the founders of this incredible event. They comment:
“International Drone Day is hosted by the drone community for the public. It’s an opportunity for people that have heard of drones to find out more about them. As a result of International Drone Day 2015, vast numbers of people now understand that drones are used in good ways – from being used to save lives in search and rescue, to providing more efficient ways to monitor crops, to producing beautiful photographs. International Drone Day also highlights the much needed economic boost provided by drones, and shows that drones are fun!”