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B-47 Stratojet Idiot’s Loop to Toss Atomic Bombs

In this 1957 video, a 110-foot long, 116-foot wide, 133,000-pound Boeing B-47 bomber pulls a tight upside down maneuver after releasing its payload. The technique was so risky that pilots called it the “Idiot’s Loop.” Not only was the plane at risk from extreme aerodynamic and gravitational loads, it would

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Axis and Azur Drones partner to strengthen perimeter surveillance

Axis, the IP video leader, and Azur Drones, the autonomous surveillance drone leader, are coming together to offer complete innovating solutions that revolutionise perimeter protection. The products developed by the two businesses, which are now technology partners, are perfectly suited to strengthen perimeter surveillance on sensitive sites: The Axis detection

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Drone Video of Blue Whale Under Boat off San Diego

Drone footage recorded on June 19 captured a curious blue whale swimming close to a boat off of the coast of San Diego. Local whale watcher Domenic Biagini, owner of Gone Whale Watching, recorded the video and said the whale decided to check out the boat, unprompted. “We’ve been lucky

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Moroccan Apaches to Get Video from MQ-1 Predator

The multi-billion dollar Moroccan deal for AH-64 Apaches also includes acquisition of manned-unmanned teaming kits (MUTKs) that will enable the gunship to collaborate with surveillance drones. While Boeing only announced it scored a contract to provide 24 attack helicopters, the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) last November green-lit a

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Shell’s Drone Aerial Response Team [VIDEO]

In the Oil and Gas industry, safety is always the number one priority. From inspecting vast tank farms to the soaring tops of flare stacks, safety measures are paramount and necessary to safeguard workers against potential hazards. Shell leads the way in deploying new drone technologies to provide smarter insights

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Will Drones Replace Fireworks?

After months of lockdown, people are starved for entertainment. They’ve apparently binge-watched everything they ever wanted to see on Netflix, HBO and Disney+, played video games until their eyes bled, and became bored enough to even manage to read a book or two.

So with the 4th of July rapidly approaching,

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US Air Force Video Outlining its Skyborg Programme

The U.S. Air Force has released a slick new video regarding its Skyborg program, which is developing a suite of systems that will form an artificial intelligence-driven “computer brain” capable of flying networked “loyal wingman” type drones and fully autonomous unmanned combat air vehicles, or UCAVs. The video offers new

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Humpbacks Herd Salmon [VIDEO]

Humpback whales off the Pacific Northwest coast were documented performing never-before-filmed behavior—herding salmon directly into their gaping mouths with their fins.

This extraordinary feeding strategy, filmed by a drone, works in tandem with another advanced hunting strategy that involves encircling schools of fish in a morass or screen of bubbles –

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6 Quick Tips for Cinematic Drone Footage

Drones are a great way to add some variety to your video footage and reinvigorate your work. This excellent video will give you six helpful tips for shooting cinematic, eye-catching drone video. Coming to you from the Full Time Filmmaker Course presented by Jake Weisler, this great video will show

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Drone Too Close to Blue Angels During Flyover

A highly-controversial drone video surfaced online that seems to have been captured illegally. In it, the pilot flies shocking close to the US Navy Blue Angels as they performed an “America Strong” flyover in Detroit on May 12th. The video is from a drone and looks incredible, But, unfortunately, it’s

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ZALA AERO Develops New Hybrid VTOL UAV

The new ZALA AERO VTOL ZALA 421-16EV HD features a unique adaptive system for using the aerodynamic properties of UAV in all flight modes. Combining the latest scientific and technical developments of the company, it broadcasts the video stream in HD quality (1280*720), which allows the ground station operator to

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Delta Digital Video’s Rugged Encoders Support General Atomics

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) contracts with Delta Digital Video for delivery of rugged airborne video encoders in support of continued production for the MQ-9 Reaper and MQ-1C Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft System avionics, datalinks and software. Delta Digital Video’s highly successful Model 6800R rugged HD Video Encoder has

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NASA Making Skies Safe for Unmanned Aircraft

NASA and its partners are taking flying unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) closer to operating in harmony with other aircraft in the National Airspace System (NAS). This new video from NASA Aeronautics provides a behind-the-scenes look into the technology and testing used during a nearly decade-long effort by its UAS Integration

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Hummingbird Drone Video Inside a Butterfly Swarm

The PBS show Nature recently released this clip from its ‘Spy in the Wild’ series that will take your breath away. Using a drone disguised as a hummingbird, they captured incredible footage of 0.5 billion monarch butterflies swarming as the weather warms. The footage was captured in the heart of

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Golf Ball Downs Drone

Matthias Schwab, a Professional Golfer from Austria, made a ‘drone-in-one.’ As the European Tour pro tees off at a golf course in Schladming, Austria, a drone to his right shoots past while recording a video posted to Schwab’s Instagram account on Friday. There is no sound. The drone ascends toward

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US Navy Officially Releases UFO Videos

The US Department of Defense has authorized the release of three unclassified Navy videos, one taken in November 2004 and the other two in January 2015, which have been circulating in the public domain after unauthorized releases in 2007 and 2017. The U.S. Navy previously acknowledged that these videos circulating

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