Drone Pilots

Drone Stock Images: HOsiHO is a Site by Artists, for Artists

For drone photographers, selling drone stock images can be a frustrating exercise.  Revenue models often don’t recognize the hard work of the artist: for purchasers, cheap sites don’t always guarantee clear use rights or that the image was procured legally.  HOsiHO (HSH) – which is a French language play that …

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FAA Test Centers are Closed. What Happens to New Pilots and …

Image: Senior Airman Jacob Jimenez Along with everything else these days, FAA testing centers across the country have closed.  But what does that mean for new pilots waiting to take their Part 107 Remote Pilots Certification test?  What if your Part 107 Certification has expired, as they all do after …

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Piloting a Drone With Eye-Tracking Glasses

With the steady improvement of autonomous flight modes and safety features from DJI and futuristic computer vision from the likes of Skydio, you might think that the way we pilot drones is only heading one way: to true autonomy. Also known as not really needing to pilot them at all. …

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Amit Ganjoo of ANRA: There are Now 100,000 Certified Remote …

Amit Ganjoo, Anra Technologies. The FAA reports that there are now over 100,000 licensed commercial drone operators in the U.S.  While the numbers come from the U.S., it’s an international trend: across Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America growth in licensed pilots is commensurate.  We spoke to industry leader Amit …

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Dr. Denise Bjorkman of the Neuro Business Institute: Need th…

Neuroscientist Dr. Denise Bjorkman is enthusiastic about her work.  She talks quick and thinks quick – and started her speak at the Drones Africa Summit this morning by paraphrasing US Representative Pat Schroeder: “I have brains and a uterus, and I’m using them both.” Performing analysis with the Drone Portal …

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