My interest in drones came as a result of my love for birds and the desire to photograph them. One of my favorite places is a beautiful lake in Southern California called the Salton Sea. It is an important habitat to over 420 species of birds and part of the Pacific Flyway. On a regular basis I come from my home in Canada to this fantastic location. I typically shoot just before sunset when the light is most alluring. But this particular day I decided to change things up and go earlier than…
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Koh Sriboya Island drone shot.
Despite the fact that I am a strong drone proponent, I understand that there are places where drones are not allowed. To make is easier for a location where drones are not allowed to give dronists fair and reasonable notice of this fact, we have come up with the following products sold under the brand name "No Drone Zone":
1. No Drone Zone signs. We have two versions, each is free to download or we can mail you a paper or cardboard version for $5.00. Please let us know if you want Version 1 or Version 2.
2. No Drone Zone flyers that can be handed out at locations where drones are not allowed. You can download them for free or we can mail you a pack of 10 for $5.00
3. Adhesive-backed letters and symbols, and vinyl letters and symbols for you to make your own "No Drone Zone" signs. These are on a custom-order basis; just let us know what you are trying to do and we will put together the right package for you.
4. No Drone Zone kits that combine education materials on drones, how they work and the associated risks involved with flying drones, along with any maps or other printed materials you would like to include in your "No Drone Zone" educational kit. These are on a custom-order basis; just let us know what you are trying to do and we will put together the right package for you.
Here is another way drones can be used for people needing assistance with defibrillator delivery. See here how
"Flirtey and REMSA have partnered in Nevada to use drones to delivery automated external defibrillators to victims of cardiac arrest. Before the partnership can take off, however, the companies need to get regulatory approval." by Robotics Trends