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August 10, 2021

5G DRL Racing Drone Dubbed Magenta is Huge Leap for FPV Racing and Beyond

The drone racing world just leaped over a huge hurdle when it comes to popularizing the sport of drone racing. The Drone Racing League on Tuesday […]
August 9, 2021

This DRL Simulator Costs Less Than US$10

Want to improve your FPV drone racing skills? The new DRL simulator might be the key to leveling yourself up to pro drone pilot status. The […]
July 24, 2021

Tokyo Olympics Drone Display Showcases Most Stunning Aerial Art Yet

The Tokyo Olympics drone display featured in this year’s Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony was perhaps the most stunning use of drones for artistry yet. At the […]
June 16, 2021

SkyeBrowse Launches Thermal Mapping Software For Autel Drones

SkyeBrowse, which is the brainchild of multiple state and federal-funded research projects at Rutgers University, is a software that allows its users to map a 3D […]
June 11, 2021

New Details Emerge On Sony Airpeak S1 Drone – Including An Eye-Popping Price Tag

We’ve known about Sony’s drone for a few months now, with hype-ever growing since it was formally teased at this year’s virtual CES 2021. But the […]
May 21, 2021

What Real Estate Agents Need To Know About Using Drones To Get Aerial Photos Of Homes

So you’re a real estate agent, and you want drones to be a part of your listing photos. After all, what better way to showcase a […]
May 7, 2021

3D FPV Goggles: Why Are They So Hard To Come By?

Next up in our “Ask Drone Girl” series is about 3D FPV goggles and why they’re so hard to come by (no, DJI doesn’t sell any). […]
April 28, 2021

Drone Delivery May Have Gotten Way More Efficient Thanks To Wingcopter’s Latest Design Tweak

Most drone deliveries depart from a warehouse, fly to someone’s home or business, drop off a single item, and then return to their original starting place. […]
April 16, 2021

DJI Air 2S Entails One Giant Upgrade (A Literally Giant Sensor)

In the world of cameras, a bigger sensor generally means better. A larger camera sensor typically means that —in two otherwise comparable cameras — the one […]