Government Drone Testing From Civilian Airports

Government Drone Testing From Civilian Airports

In addition to its usual flights to and from Dallas-Fort Worth, San Angelo Regional Airport’s runway is being used to test an unmanned aircraft system used for border security. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Air and Marine Operations began testing the Predator B aircraft last Thursday, and operations will continue for another three weeks. […]

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Super Bowl Is Declared A No Drone Zone By FAA

Super Bowl Is Declared A No Drone Zone By FAA

The Federal Aviation Administration is launching a new public service announcement to let people know the airspace around Levi’s Stadium is a No Drone Zone during the Super Bowl. Temporary Flight Restrictions will prohibit certain aircraft operations, including unmanned aircraft operations, within a 32-mile radius of the stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. on game day. The […]

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This Terrifying Drone Video Brings You to a Desolate War Zone in Homs, Syria

This Terrifying Drone Video Brings You to a Desolate War Zone in Homs, Syria

This bone chilling video is a very sad and powerful reminder of the insane scale of destruction brought upon this city by the Syrian war. While the regular ground photography does a great job of reporting war zone stories, the drone technology provides a shocking view of the vastness of destruction in this city once […]

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5 Tips for Flying Your Drone in Winter

5 Tips for Flying Your Drone in Winter

Limited battery life, brittle materials (prop plastic, arms), difficulty to “keep the controls smooth” with fingers frozen to the bone, and setting correct camera exposure and white balance – all these challenges make flying drones in cold winter temperatures an entirely different sport. Follow these five easy tips and you’ll be rewarded with gorgeous snowy landscape […]

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