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GoPro Hero 5: Everything You Need To Know

GoPro Hero 5: Everything You Need To Know

GoPro will ultimately deliver a completely autonomous drone, requiring absolutely no piloting? Source: Christopher Morris, at ValueWalk. The release of the GoPro Hero 5 will be an extremely important one for the action camera manufacturer, following the desperate...

How drones can help keep our food supply safe

How drones can help keep our food supply safe

Source: Chemical and Engineering News, By Sarah Everts and Matt Davenport Every year, an estimated 30–40% of crop yield is lost to agricultural pests—an alarming statistic for those concerned with food security, our planet’s rising human population, and the imminent...

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Registration

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Registration

Source: FAA If you own a drone, you must register it with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) registry. A federal law effective December 21, 2015 requires unmanned aircraft registration, and you are subject to civil and criminal...

FAA: Fly Safe With Your Drone

FAA: Fly Safe With Your Drone

Source: FAA Did you know you’re also going to become a pilot? When you fly your drone anywhere in the nation’s airspace, you automatically become part of the U.S. aviation system. Under the law, your drone is an aircraft. So while the rules for drones may be...