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3D Robotics IRIS+ drone now hands-free with Follow Me

Joshua Goldman

GoPro cameras are great for capturing your view of what you’re doing, but recording yourself usually involves poles or another person. The IRIS+ from 3D Robotics now gives you the opportunity to have a drone as your personal camera crew.
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July 7, 20149 years ago

Florida Man Flies Drone Into Fireworks Show

WEST PALM BEACH, FL (WGGB)
Drones have become a popular way to capture video in recent months, and a new viral video is putting a patriotic spin on the fad.
Jos Stiglingh captured the above footage of a fireworks show in West Palm Beach, Florida back in May. That video has since gone viral thanks to the 4th of July holiday.
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April 22, 201410 years ago

SpaceX Rocket Launch And Land Video Shot By A Drone

Elon Musk’s private space company, SpaceX, has been experimenting with reusable rockets since last year. Read more

March 7, 201410 years ago

Facebook to acquire UAV Developer Titan Aerospace

by TechCrunch
Facebook is looking to enter the game of drones.
The social media giant is reportedly in talks to purchase Titan Aerospace, a company that makes solar-powered, near-orbital drones, which can fly for about five years nonstop. Facebook would use the drones to help deliver internet access to areas of the world that still lack connectivity. Read more

March 7, 201410 years ago

NTSB judge rules FAA ban on commercial UAS/Drones unenforceable

BIG BIG News !
In a ruling late Thursday, 3/6, a NTSB Administrative Law Judge ruled that the policy banning the commercial operation of unmanned aircraft is unenforceable. The judge found that the policy wasn’t written as part of a formal rulemaking process and the FAA hadn’t complied with the requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act. Read more

February 14, 201410 years ago

Spelunking in Corvette Cavern

On Wednesday 2.12.2014, a 40-foot-wide, 30-foot-deep sinkhole opened up at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky. Eight Corvettes fell into the hole. To explore the pit, the University of Western Kentucky’s engineering department wisely sent in a drone instead of a human. Read more

January 7, 201410 years ago

Quadrocopter Civilian Photography, Now Rising to New Level

By KIT EATON

Five years ago, the DJI Phantom 2 Vision would have seemed

it is the first camera-carrying drone you may want to own

like a science fiction film prop or a piece of surveillance hardware flown only by the sexiest of superspies. But it is the first camera-carrying drone you may want to own — and you could do that without spending thousands of dollars.
This drone is an intelligent, remote-controlled air vehicle that can fly far out of direct line of sight of its operator. Read more

November 22, 201310 years ago

Volocopter makes maiden flight

By Heidi Hoopes

If you remember the first manned flight in an Multicopter in November 2011 (video), here is the commercial approach for it.

E-volo recently celebrated the maiden launch of its electric two-passenger, 18-rotor VC200 “Volocopter,” touting the vehicle’s safety and simplicity after an indoor flight inside the dm-arena in Karlsruhe, Germany on November 17. While the copter is similar in form to both quadcopters and helicopters, the company resists the helicopter label, pointing out the numerous radically different safety and design choices that set the vehicle apart. Read more

October 8, 201310 years ago

Aerial - Potassium mine in Menteroda, Thueringen, Germany

More than a hundred years, the potassium salt fertilizer production in the “Nordthüringer” basin existed. As a result, huge saline tailings, on the one shaped the landscape and on the other polluted the surrounding rivers damaging to the environment emerged. In 1991 came the end for the 1,600 employees of the potassium salt mine and it was time to deal with the contamination and waste. Read more

September 3, 201310 years ago

Diana Nyad Arrives in Key West After 111 Mile Swim From Cuba

Finally She made it !
Diana Nyad has arrived in Key West after her 53hrs swimming from Cuba. Miami Aerial is proud to have contributed a few aerial sequences to the documentary about her journey to become the first person crossing the Florida strait without a shark cage.
The aerial video sequences were probably the first one made during summer 2012 with an Quadrocopter flying in Cuba.
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