The Next Big Sports Giant – Drone Sports The ever-growing drone industry is now being popularized by the increasing amount of drone enthusiasts engaging in sports.
Sea lions face a range of natural and human-related threats.
Submissions to enter competition open till April 8 with the winner to be selected in Abu Dhabi on May 6
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At Milan Fashion Week, Dolce & Gabbana traded in their models for high-tech drones during their fall 2018 runway show.
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Celebrating the Chinese New Year in a way both modern and respectful of traditions using UAVs.
To test the gadget’s data skills, researchers speckled a beach with fake fowl.
Stringing power lines is much easier when a flying robot does it.
Users of this service can order a charging Volt drone to ensure their vehicle always has enough power to get them from point A to point B.
This week, the AMA’s Expo East will take place in Secaucus New Jersey. This year, the schedule of events includes plenty of interest for drone operators.
Telecom hopes to track drones missed by radar just as air-traffic control tracks planes
Need some drone photo inspiration? The winners of the 2017 SkyPixel drone photo contest are out, and their images do not disappoint. More than 44,000 drone photographers from 141 different countries entered the contest, which had categories in landscape, portrait and story. French photographer Florian Ledoux nabbed the grand prize with his shot of a … Continue reading See the best drone photos of 2017, according to SkyPixel →
The round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race is one of the toughest races on the planet, and Sam Greenfield started using drones to capture it like never before.
New research finds small drones on short deliveries use less carbon than the equivalent vehicles.
A new study from the University of Adelaide in Australia found that counting wildlife using drones is more accurate than traditional approaches.
If drone deliveries are the future, NanoMap is the present. MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) developed a system that allows drones to consistently fly at 20 mph through dense environments …
Drones can enter dangerous environments where humans cannot. But what if a drone could stop disasters from happening in the first place?
The Mavic Air is DJI’s most cutting edge drone released to date. At the launch event in New York, we gave people a detailed look at the Mavic Air’