FlyCam UAV, a Southern California unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) company, recently partnered with radiation-detection company US Nuclear Corp. to combine the Cypher 6, a commercial-grade hexacopter, and the NEO, an all-weather, co-axial ocotocopter with the DroneRad aerial radiation-detection system. US Nuclear Corp’s [Read More]
With the release of its new quadcopter, branded “much more than a drone,” GoPro is finally cementing its spot in unmanned aircraft manufacturing.
Mota Group has announced the availability of a virtual reality (VR) headset for its JETJAT ULTRA micro-size, live-streaming drone. The TAMO VR headset gives users the “feeling of flight,” explains Mota’s president and CEO, Michael Faro. “The combination of VR with [Read More]
Nagoya, Japan-based industrial drone manufacturer Prodrone Co. Ltd. has developed what it calls a large-format drone equipped with two robotic arms, enabling it to directly accomplish a variety of tasks. Separately, PRODRONE has developed a self-propelling, surface-clinging drone. According to the [Read More]
China-headquartered ZEROTECH has unveiled the DOBBY, a foldable, pocket-sized drone designed for taking selfies. ZEROTECH says the drone, the company’s first product to be launched internationally, will be available later this month in the U.S. and Canada, as well as [Read More]
GoPro is officially establishing a foothold in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) manufacturing industry on Sept. 19, according to a new teaser video posted on the company’s Twitter page. “Change is in the air. Karma takes flight 9.19.16,” GoPro tweeted [Read More]
Parrot Sequoia, meet your very own drone: senseFly’s eBee SQ, a fixed-wing system that combines precise crop imaging with large ground coverage.
Yuneec International has announced the availability of the Breeze – what the company says is the “ultimate selfie drone.” The Breeze is controlled via the Breeze Cam app (for iOS and Android devices); has five automated flights modes; and can [Read More]
Kespry, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based designer of automated drone systems for commercial use, has unveiled the Kespry Drone 2.0, a fully automated unmanned aircraft system (UAS) that can fly for more than 30 minutes at a time. In comparison to [Read More]
PowerEgg – PowerVision Technology Group’s first consumer drone, an egg-shaped unmanned aircraft system (UAS) with gesture recognition – is now available for global pre-order. According to the company, the one-handed PowerEgg Maestro remote control has motion-sensing capabilities, allowing users to interact with [Read More]