GoPro Inc. has named Susan Lyne, founder and president of AOL-backed investment fund BBG Ventures, to its board of directors. According to the action camera and Karma drone maker, Lyne brings decades of experience in media, e-commerce, technology and consumer [Read More]
Let’s try that again: GoPro Inc. has announced that its Karma drone is officially back on the market after having been recalled due to technical issues. In November, GoPro had to withdraw all of its long-anticipated Karma drones due to [Read More]
After a failed 2016 campaign, GoPro is giving the launch of its drone another shot. According to a new press release from the company, GoPro, currently showcasing its solutions at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, is re-introducing the Karma quadcopter sometime [Read More]
Although citing “solid holiday demand” for its new HERO5 camera in the U.S., the company has announced a restructuring that will include the layoff of more than 200 full-time positions – plus the cancellation of open positions – for a [Read More]
Uh-oh: GoPro is recalling approximately 2,500 Karma drones, which, in a very small number of cases, lost power during flight, the company says. GoPro’s new Karma quadcopter made its official debut in the consumer unmanned aircraft systems world back in [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.
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]
Comprising DJI, 3DR, Parrot and GoPro, the D.C.-based group is all about “advocacy and education” for small unmanned aircraft systems.
Three major consumer unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) manufacturers, as well as GoPro, recently left the Small UAV Coalition and have now established their own group, the Drone Manufacturers Alliance. GoPro, which is expected to release its new Karma drone this [Read More]
3D Robotics (3DR) has collaborated with Sony and Autodesk to release Site Scan, a platform that enables 3DR smart drone users to inspect, survey and scan work sites and deliver data to the cloud for processing and analytics. Designed for [Read More]