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DRONELIFE Exclusive: An Interview with a Drone Racing Champi…

image credit: DRL Drone racing is one of the hottest sports on the horizon – and Paul Nurkkala is a champion.  DRONELIFE gets an insider’s look at drone racing and the international Drone Racing League (DRL) with this in-depth interview, as Nurk talks about training, travel, and a day in …

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Here Are The Winners of SkyPixel’s 2018 Aerial Storytelling …

Aerial photography platform SkyPixel has announced the winners of its 2018 Aerial Storytelling Contest. The competition was run with help from DJI and attracted more than 30,000 submissions from 141 countries around the world. These contests always produce an eclectic mix of aerial creativity, pitting enthusiasts against professionals and consumer …

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More than 1 Billion Watch Chinese New Year Drone Show

More than 1 billion people have watched an indoor drone show created by Swiss-based Verity Studios during China Central Television’s Chinese New Year’s Gala broadcast on Feb. 5. Billed as the “world’s most-watched TV program,” the broadcast featured 88 microdrones flying over major Chinese music stars Sun Nan and Jason …

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The Next Niche for Drone Pilots: Amaze Clients With DIY Dron…

Sponsored by Geoscan.  You heard it right.  Get ready to offer your clients the best and safest spectacle available – a drone show. Since the SuperBowl, the winter Olympic Games in South Korea, and shows at major events such as Burning Man, Coachella, and many others, massive drone shows have …

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Three Forces That Shaped the Drone Industry in 2018

Guest post by leading drone industry analyst Colin Snow of Skylogic Research. This was a big year for the commercial drone industry as a whole. It saw a significant increase in the business adoption, the expansion of the FAA’s LAANC program (the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability that provides …

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Agile Drones that Fold to get Through T…

Image: University of Zurich Compact and foldable, portable drones are great for carrying – but can the advantages of a folding drone be realized during flight? Researchers at the University of Zurich, with others, have come up with a drone that folds during flight to get through tight spaces. Davide …

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Peugeot and DJI Team Up for Third Annual Drone Film Fest

One of Europe’s largest car makers is teaming up with the world’s largest drone company to again launch one of the world’s largest drone film competitions. This week, Peugeot announced the third annual Peugeot Drone Film Festival, with a final event to be held in Frankfurt in April. Contestants may …

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Technology and Services Giant IBM wants to use Block Chain t…

IBM has applied to patent a system that would use block chain technology to tackle privacy and security concerns for drones, according to a filing published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) September 20, 2018. IBM joins a list of more traditional technology companies that are looking to supply technology solutions, in this …

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Teaching Drones to Travel in Small spaces by Watching the Bi…

It really interesting to make note of the different approaches that are used to solve problems.  In this case university research seeks to learn how to teach a drone how to travel though a confined space by emulating the flight patterns of birds and bees. There are different approaches to …

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