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Photojournalist Counts on Drones

Photojournalist Counts on Drones to Cover World ConflictWomen and Drones

Photojournalist Counts on Drones to Cover World Conflict The following is an interview with Gail Orenstein on WomenAndDrones.com. Background: I have been a global photojournalist and documentary photographer for 25 years, I am originally from Mystic, Connecticut but I have lived in London for 20 years now. My work has taken me to over 71 countries in 25 years some of them are the most conflicted regions in the world including…

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Yamaha To Launch YMR-01 Drone

Yamaha To Launch YMR-01 DroneYamaha

Yamaha To Launch YMR-01 Drone In 2018 According to New Atlas, Yamaha has announced that it will show a new prototype industrial multi-rotor YMR-01 industrial drone at tomorrow’s Next Generation Agriculture Expo Tokyo. The new Yamaha drone is just one of many new drones aimed at the Japanese agricultural industry that will be launched at the expo, but it is somewhat of a landmark…

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New DJI Release On Oct 11?

DJI Hints At A New Release On Oct 11UAV Experts

DJI Hints At A New Release On Oct 11 Is It The Rumored X7? A New Mavic? Or Something Out Of The partnership With Hasselblad? For the past couple of days, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, DJI, has hinted that something new is coming on October 11th. We shouldn’t be surprised, it’s typically around this time…

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Drones Unlikely to Inflict Horrible Head Injuries

Drones Unlikely to Inflict Horrible Head InjuriesPetaPixel

Consumer Drones Unlikely to Inflict Horrible Head Injuries, Study Finds According to an article published by PetaPixel, researchers at Virginia Tech have been studying the injury risks posed by consumer drones by flying them into dummies’ faces, and they’ve now come to a conclusion. The study found that the risk of a catastrophic head injury was less than 5 percent in…

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Is The Lack of Drones Costing Lives

Lack of drones costing lives in HoustonFox News

Lack of Drones Costing Lives In Houston? Drones in Houston would be a force multiplier for rescue efforts – so why is the FAA telling them to stay away? Brett Velicovich of the Fox News Opinion put out an interesting statement regarding drone usage in Houston. He begins his post by stating that some of his closest family and friends are located…

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Atlas Dynamics to Launch Atlas Pro

Atlas Dynamics to Launch Atlas Pro DroneAtlas Dynamics

Atlas Dynamics to Launch Atlas Pro Drone Feature-rich “Atlas Pro” first to combine range, long flight-time and durability for professional drone market  Atlas Dynamics, a leading provider of drone-based solutions for the professional user, has announced that it will showcase live demonstrations of its market-ready autonomous professional drone, the Atlas Pro, at InterDrone 2017. On the heels of the company’s…

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DJI Amps Up Security, Releases Local Data Mode

DJI Amps Up Security With Local Data ModeAtlanta hobby / UAV Experts

DJI Amps Up Security With Local Data Mode DJI takes security very seriously and recognizes the importance of data privacy to its customers. The company states that it does not collect or have access to user flight logs, photos or videos unless the user chooses to share. Sharing includes syncing flight logs with DJI servers, uploading photos or videos to…

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DJI Appoints Roger Luo

DJI Appoints Roger Luo As President Of The CompanyDJI

DJI Appoints Roger Luo As President Of The Company Role Will Focus On Day-to-day Operations And Growing DJI’s Business Internationally DJI, the world’s leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, has appointed Roger Luo, previously the Vice President of Operations, as President of the company, effective immediately. Mr. Luo’s role will focus on developing DJI’s business internationally in markets that…

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