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When I was younger, remote control cars were the cool thing to have — especially the battery powered cars that didn’t need a cord connected to the controller. That’s all I wanted for my birthday, Christmas, or any other special occasion I could get away with asking for a gift. Not only did I just want a remote control car, but I wanted all the accessories as well.
Drones are the new remote control cars with a myriad of parts and accessories to add on. You have…

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To Dronie or Not to Dronie, That is the Question

In early 2014 Twitter filed for trademark protection on the word “Dronie” in a number of classes relating to software, online communities, aerial photography, and other internet/photography-related types of services.  Now, as anyone who has been involved in the drone community knows, the terms “dronie” has been used for some time as a “selfie” that is taken from a drone.  Indeed, Dronestagram has had drone photography contests where one category was “Best…

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This group is for drone photography and drone-related issues.    Please do not post content advertising for non drone related subjects. 

Your drone photographs, comments, product reviews, etc. are welcome. We will be happy to promote anyone's content, videos, experiences, etc.  If you would like for us post a blog for your company, drone experiences, news or videos,  please email us.  Thank you for visiting and we hope you enjoy the information we…

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Dridiot of the Month for February!

I know that it is somewhat presumptuous to give away a monthly award before the month is over, but as of February 10, we have someone who has so personified the word Dridiot (Drone-flying idiot) that there is simply no point in waiting another 20 days -- no one (I hope) can top this Dridiot.  And so, Diego Miranda who uploaded this video, we know you aren't the idiot who flew it, but if you find that guy, please tell him, a) be thankful you apparently don't live in the US or I would…

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Opening the door for future study abroad opportunities, MTSU aerospace and agricultural students flew unmanned aircraft in Mendoza, Argentina, while performing research during winter break.

Along with the five undergraduate students and one alumnus, MTSU faculty members Tony Johnston from the School of Agribusiness and Agriscience and Doug Campbell in the Department of…

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 http://event.dji.com/dji-stories/content/inspecting-roofs-buddhist-temples-thailand

Local Carlsbad patent attorney Eric Hanscom was recently one of five drone videos selected as winners in a recent DJI contest. 

http://event.dji.com/dji-stories/content/inspecting-roofs-buddhist-temples-thailand

 

His winning…

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