Tagged: Multi-Rotor

L3 Technologies Acquires Latitude Engineering

L3 Technologies has acquired Latitude Engineering, a unique unmanned aircraft systems company that has developed a family of commercial and military Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) UAVs based on their Hybrid Quadrotor (HQ) technology. L3 Latitude’s innovative unmanned vehicles expand our company’s capability and provide a more affordable solution

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Dejero and Draganfly Partner to Provide High Quality Real-Time Video Transport

Dejero, a provider of cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, has formed a technology partnership with Canadian-based Draganfly Innovations Inc. The collaboration sees Draganfly’s Commander UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) quadcopter bundled together with the Dejero EnGo mobile transmitter—providing real-time video

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How to Calibrate ESC?

How to Calibrate ESC?

There are two ways of calibrating ESC in your quadcopter: using the “motor tab” in Betaflight Configurator or BLHeliSuite Configurator. You don’t need to do ESC calibration if you are using DShot protocol, for other ESC protocols you need to calibrate your ESC’s. Further Reading:

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Fly Safely with a 3-Person Crew

When working as a commercial drone pilot shooting footage for TV commercials and movies, pilots have to be able to fly their multirotors in a wide array of circumstances. This includes flying indoors and outside under various weather and lighting conditions. Needless to say, this can create a stressful

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Pentagon Bans Marines from Using COTS Quadcopters

The US Marine Corps has shelved several new, small drones – at least temporarily – amid a Pentagon ban and assessment on the cybersecurity of commercial, off-the-shelf, unmanned aerial systems, a service spokesman told USNI News. The USMC has been forced to ground COTS, it has been fielding to infantry

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Multirotors give Agriculture a boost

Precision agriculture gets a boost from multirotors

Here at the Roswell Flight Test Crew, we typically focus on the “sexy” applications for rotor drones: flying a First-Person View (FPV) machine over a burning building to support firefighters battling the blaze on the ground below, or using an aerial cinema rig to

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