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If you’re a fan of beautiful pictures, you’ve probably seen some breathtaking aerial photos of mountains, rivers, cities and sunsets. Welcome to drone landscape photography. This is where creativity flows without limitation. It’s easy to wonder what it would take to capture something so beautiful, crisp and colorful. We bring you this short but comprehensive guide on the most important tips & tricks to make your drone landscape photos really pop. Essential Drone Features The best drones for landscape photography will have a gimbal with either a 3-axis or 5-axis mechanical stabilization system. It must be capable of hovering in one spot ...
V-cube Robotics, Inc. (Headquarters: Shibuya, Tokyo; Representative Director and President: Taishin Demura; hereinafter “V-cube Robotics”), a provider of commercial drone solutions to enterprise and local governments, announced that it would begin offering SOLAR CHECK, a solar power plant inspection package service utilizing drones. Equipped with infrared thermography cameras, the drones autonomously fly around a facility, imaging the solar panels, which are then analyzed using AI, dramatically improving the efficiency of inspections and making it possible to discover discrepancies and report on the results of an inspection in a short amount of time. About the service The SOLAR CHECK drone’s flight path ...
Wilfried Joswig, Director of the VfS (Association for Security Technology) is an acknowledged expert in security technologies and applications. He is involved in evaluating new risk situations on a daily basis. It is an indisputable fact that the security sector is constantly facing new challenges as a result of new technologies like digitalisation or unmanned systems. On Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 March 2018, experts will once again gather in Exhibition Centre Nuremberg to attend U.T.SEC – the Unmanned Technologies & Security Expo & Conference. Their discussions will focus on the use of drones to improve security and protection ...
Feb 14, 2018 – Stony Mountain, Canada – MicroPilot autopilots already fly a wide range of UAVs, including fixed wings, multirotors, helicopters and even tail sitters. Now, MicroPilot has added support for transitioning drones. UAV manufacturers making and designing transitioning drones now have a high-reliability professional autopilot option. Transitioning drones will benefit from the many options that are standard with MicroPilot autopilots. A built-in VTOL simulator in MicroPilot’s HORIZONmp ground station software helps speed up the learning curve and provides an operator training mode. Customers also have the ability to differentiate themselves from other transitioning drone manufacturers through MicroPilot’s XTENDERmp ...