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Each year nearly a million people in Europe suffer from a cardiac arrest. A mere 8% survives due to slow response times of emergency services. The ambulance-drone is capable of saving lives with an...

via CNET GoPro has its sights set on the skies. The company makes a line of cameras that's become so popular among extreme sports enthusiasts and videographers who strap them to helmets, surf boards and other...

via notadrone.com Aerial videography is a very useful and powerful tool with great promise and applications in many industries. Allow me to help you enhance your digital presence in a very impactful way, gain new...

via knuffeldrones "Cuddly Drones" is an educational project that challenged children (7-10) to design actually flying drones that they thought would be useful to society. From serious to delightful and arty, everything was there: disco drones (for use...

via Indiegogo LOS ANGELES, Nov. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagination TV, Inc. (OTC Pink: IMTV), announced today it has partnered with "Drones to the Rescue" to help them gain awareness and assist in the launch of...

via Hexo+ Guys, all the contests we did on our channels have showed how much of an incredible community you are, helping us spread the word to achieve this aerial filming revolution together. We love...

by aerial.vidmuze.com With over 15 years of filmmaking experience, our crew feels right at home working on a movie set. It’s quite important to know how directors think/work so that we can optimize our efficiency. Time...
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via VICE The music of John Cale converged with the speculative architecture visions of Liam Young at the Barbican's Digital Revolution exhibition this past September. It was the first-ever drone orchestra performance and from a whirlpool...

In 2011, Wes Ball released his animated short “Ruin”. Thanks to it and 20th Fox Studios, he became an Hollywood director making the adaptation of James Dashner’s popular novel a reality. A filmaker career...
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Welcome to the glamorous life of the sailing drone operator. Justice L Bentz, 26, lives in Antigua and shoots video profiles of some of the world's most expensive private yachts. Not a bad life. But it...

via DroneLaw.com November 19, 2014 Yesterday’s ruling from the NTSB, overturning Judge Geraghty’s order in the Pirker case, caused quite the twitter storm, and practically crashed our Google news feed. So, a lot of virtual ink has...
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Drone footage Storm West Seneca. Source: Youtube
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DJI's new quadcopter is one of the coolest we've seen--a huge upgrade from the current Phantom 2 Vision+ we've been using. The Inspire 1 can record 4K video, lifts its propeller struts, and transmit...
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by  Alex Greve In this video I explain that the probability of colliding with an airplane is between 1 in 38,000,000 and 1 in 31,700,000. And I'm actually wearing a suit! I don't usually wear...

Drones can be much more than flying cameras. With the X8+ we’ve created a modular and expandable platform with significant payload capacity to power aerial projects of all kinds. We’ve thought through a lot...
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Presented by Philips TV and Atomic Skis Featuring: Pep Fujas, Eric Hjorleifson, Daron Rahlves, and Chris Benchetler Music: First Aid Kit: 'My Silver Lining' From the depth of the creative visuals to the groundbreaking, never-been-done-before scale of...

BY YUKA MURAI ON NOVEMBER 17, 2014 Ten years ago, OK Go came out of nowhere with their “A Million Ways” music video. We were immediately obsessed with the low-budget backyard dance party. Then, the band’s...

By TED GRIGGS, The Advocate BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — To Paul Charbonnet, co-owner of Baton Rouge-based Atmosphere Aerial, drones represent freedom, the filmmaker’s creativity loosed, camera views and angles restricted only by imagination. The bird’s-eye...

Bart Remes predicts that everyone who now has a phone in their pocket in five years from now will have a drone in there as well. Bart shows the audience how his drone works...

Gregory McNeal, a professor of law at Pepperdine University and a contributor to Forbes—believes that drones and automated surveillance may actually provide better privacy controls than are available for human surveillance. Here are some excerpts...
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