Vigilant Aerospace Releases List of Commercial Drones for Beyond Line-of-Sight – Vigilant Aerospace Systems, Inc.
List of Commercial Drones for Beyond Line-of-Sight List includes all current drones on US market with the range, capacity for beyond line-of-sight missions
Source: Vigilant Aerospace Releases List of Commercial Drones for Beyond Line-of-Sight – Vigilant Aerospace Systems, Inc.
How we got permission to fly drones on the busiest airport in the world
3DR, Autodesk, Atkins and the Department of Aviation of the City of Atlanta worked together to perform the first FAA approved commercial…
Source: How we got permission to fly drones on the busiest airport in the world
The New Virtual Tradeshow from Unmanned Systems Technology
Source: The New Virtual Tradeshow from Unmanned Systems Technology
The #NYCDFF is the world’s first event exclusively dedicated to celebrating the art of drone cinematography. The festival offers an international platform for filmmakers from every corner of the globe to exhibit their work in front of industry professionals and the drone community.
Source: New York City Drone Film Festival
Palatine, Ill. (January 19, 2017) – MidOpt announces the availability of three new imaging filters primarily intended for blocking unwanted near-infrared light. Filters include: SP635 Absorptive Visible Shortpass/Near-IR Block Filter, SP644 Near-IR/Mid-Red Dichroic Block Shortpass Filter, and AB555 Acrylic Absorptive Near-IR/UV-Block Visible Bandpass Filter. Mounting solutions are available to help customize any imaging application. MidOpt’s unique filter mounting options include: Standard […]
Source: NEW IR-Block/Visible Transmitting Optical Filters
AUVSI Xponential 2017, May 8 2017
Dallas, Texas, USA.
The largest global community of leaders in drones, intelligent robotics and unmanned systems will come together to shape the future of our industry.
Source: AUVSI Xponential 2017
Drone Flight Tests FAA’s Technologies for Spacecraft Re-entry
A drone released from a high-altitude balloon carried a payload to evaluate how the equipment could help the FAA detect and track commercial spacecraft entering the National Air Space, NAS, as it descends from space.
Source: Drone Flight Tests FAA’s Technologies for Spacecraft Re-entry
Drone Repair Shops – Unmanned Systems Source
Today, thanks to a continued decrease in price, drones are now a fairly mainstream product. The skies, which were once the domain of experienced pilots, are filling with newbie operators trying their hand at drone flight. As such, some have discovered that “ready-to-fly” – as many drones are marketed – can really mean, “ready-to-crash”. Of …
Source: Drone Repair Shops – Unmanned Systems Source