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FAA, CNN Collaborate In Research For Drone Use

01/13/2015, Using a drone without the proper license could land you in trouble in certain parts of the world – and there is still plenty of work to be done in the regulation of the use of drones, of course. Still, it is nice to know that some progress has been...

Droid Captures Scientific Station From Above

01/11/2015, It might be winter for some, but over at the Princess Elisabeth scientific station, which is located right on the Utsteinen Ridge in Antarctica, it happens to be summer. Still, even though it might be summer, it is no cakewalk to survive in that...

Skysense Charging Pad Delivers Automatic Drone Charging

01/07/2015, [CES 2015] When it comes to the flight times of drones, they do not really perform all that well – averaging 10 to 25 minutes at best, which is more often than not way too short if it were to be called upon to perform a survey of a vast area –...

Hubsan X4 Pro Drone Can Parachute To Safety

01/07/2015, [CES 2015] Drones, drones everywhere! When you think about it, drones are a marvel of engineering – not only do they need to be lightweight enough to get around on a relatively small (and hopefully quiet) motor which is more often than not powered...

Zano Drone Jumps Aboard The Selfie Bandwagon

01/05/2015, [CES 2015] We did talk about the Zano drone before, right before Christmas, and this is one micro drone that is meant to be a flying prototype with the ability to capture selfies. Being marketed for a summer release this year, Torquing Group happens to be...

Kangaroo 1: Drone 0

12/23/2014, Kangaroos are cute creatures that are native to Australia, where they have also proven themselves to be an inspiration when it comes to saving the life of infants. Apart from that, we also have robotic kangaroos, known as the Robo-roo which theoretically...

Nano Drone Set To Debut At CES 2015

12/16/2014, With the FAA intending to have their rules implemented some time in 2017, perhaps you might want to pick up your own drone between now and then since it would be a whole lot more lax at the moment prior to enforcement. However, since there are a fair...

Mistletoe Drone Makes Its Way In TGIF Restaurant

12/08/2014, An enclosed area is one of the more difficult and challenging places to fly a drone in, as photographer Georgine Benvenuto can testify to that particular statement. The mistletoe drone that TGI Fridays unleashed over in its Sheepshead Bay, New York...

Carbon Flyer Drone Controlled Via Bluetooth

12/03/2014, Now here is a drone that is rather unique in its own right. The Carbon Flyer hails from Trident Design, where this flying drone will be an ultralight airplane which will fly about using its own power source, and will be controlled through Bluetooth...

Zano Drone Can Film Itself

12/01/2014, A drone that actually captures selfies? Now this is definitely something different, don’t you think so? Known as the Zano, this is a micro drone that happens to be a flying prototype with a due date of it being marketed some time next summer. Right now,...

Ohio College Looks To Construction Of Indoor Drone Pavilion

11/24/2014, While flying drones around are starting to get more and more restrictive, such as drone operators being required by the FAA to obtain a pilot’s license, here we are with word that a college in southwestern Ohio has stepped forward to construct an indoor...

Parrot Launches Bebop Drone

11/18/2014, We got our hands on the Parrot Bebop Drone back in May during a demo session with Parrot CEO Henri Seydoux. At that time, the company neither disclosed the complete feature list  nor the price. Video capture with drones is getting some unexpected...