Atlanta-based nonprofit organization UAVUS, which classifies itself as the largest membership association of professional unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) videographers and photographers in the U.S., says it is now offering a premier gold membership. “Our primary mission is to support professional [Read More]
Aerial MOB, one of the first six companies to have ever been commercially approved by the Federal Aviation Administration for drone cinematography, was recently hired to play a unique role in the unveiling of Infiniti’s new QX30 vehicle. At a [Read More]
For this year’s annual “Running of the Balls” 5K race in Greensboro, N.C., a drone captured the vast race track, a neighborhood featuring some 3,000 tree light balls – spheres of chicken wire wrapped in holiday lights. According to nonprofit [Read More]
“Drones are the most important cinematic tool since the tripod,” according to Randy Slavin, founder and director of The New York City Drone Film Festival.
Pro-Cam Rentals, a supplier of telescopic camera cranes and remote systems, has launched a new aerial division to supply the broadcast and motion picture industry with the recently released SHOTOVER U1 unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The SHOTOVER U1 accommodates cinema-quality [Read More]
Through a Section 333 exemption to Cox Media Group stations, FOX23 of Tulsa, Okla., says it has become the first station in the city to launch a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-approved drone for newsgathering. FOX23 says it has already used [Read More]
Drone Aviation Holding Corp. (DAC), a manufacturer of tethered drones and lighter-than-air aerostats, says its WATT-200 tethered drone has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for commercial operations by a major news organization. DAC says the WATT-200 is [Read More]
SHOTOVER, a maker of high-performance stabilization systems, has launched the SHOTOVER U1, a professional-grade unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed specifically for the broadcast, motion picture, law enforcement and industrial survey markets. According to SHOTOVER, the U1 accommodates cinema-quality cameras and [Read More]
The first product resulting from the new partnership will be available in the first quarter of 2016 – the Zenmuse XT stabilized camera.
Advanced Drone Technologies says it has received a commercial exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for both multi-rotor and fixed-wing drones for a multitude of services. With an initial offering of aerial photography, inspection services and agricultural intelligence, the [Read More]