Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Off The Grid

The Autonomous Tarot T960

By Erick Royer Last night was pretty epic for my good friend, and fellow contributor, Petr Hejl as it was the maiden autonomous flight of his new Tarot T960 Hexcopter.  Petr’s Tarot features the new DJI A2 controller, FPV for …

Read More »

The Quadcopter Dentist… What???

Everyday multirotors are making the media… Drones are doing bad things all the time! I am always on the hunt for some neat, funny, unique (and safe) applications for multirotors.  Tonight I came across this video.  Young Adam has a …

Read More »

An Aerial Recon Multirotor for Airsoft Games

Last year we launched a new publication called Airsoft Insider and we have a team of editors and contributors that are experts on the game, equipment and strategies. One common aspect of the game that I hear them talking about is …

Read More »

San Diego Reader Article: We don’t call them drones anymore

I want to believe that when we talk about drones — also known as unmanned aerial vehicles or unmanned aerial systems — whose bodies vary from pterodactyl-big to mosquito-small (the Robobee, a robotic insect, weighs less than 1/300th of an …

Read More »

Check out the Banana Drone…

So just about three years ago, A.R. came out with their Parrot Drone, the first widely available multirotor that is controlled with a WiFi device. Following its debut, the industry experienced an explosion in both WiFi and more specifically, 2.4ghz …

Read More »

Applications for Multirotor Aircraft

For the past few months we have been talking about the history of multirotors, the physics of multirotor flight, different multirotor configurations and flight stabilization boards. This basic overview of multirotors should give the readers enough information to understand how …

Read More »