direct competition for Airware!
Airware isn’t going after the hobbyist market—those RC helicopters, planes and quadcopters that can be bought for as little as $100.
This upgrade adds new features on several levels: from new softcopy tools, a better integration of stereo imagery in GIS, to improvements in the UAS data postprocessing regarding precision and accuracy.
Falkor Systems announced the release of the “Pet Drone Pas de Deux,” a short collaborative dance piece produced in collaboration with Barkin/Selissen Project.
Drone makers, including the Department of Defense, are making use of open-source developers to save on research costs.
The startup showed off its platform at Y Combinator Demo Day and talked about lowering the barrier to entry for commercial and enterprise use of drones and UAVs.
The orange high-flying craft spotted on an elementary school playground may look like just a toy to parents, but the drone is a new tool that teaches youngsters some pretty sophisticated science and math concepts.
The most well-known names in technology are also some of the highest-grossing.
The Brazilian Air Force will use four Israeli-made drones to help provide security during the Confederations Cup in June.
Temporary electronic tattoos could soon help people fly drones with only thought and talk seemingly telepathically without speech over smartphones, researchers say.