Flying a drone in public | See bts REACTION !!!

Yo, Whats up everybody,WECKLY JAY Back with another video In today’s video we gonna be flying a drone camera in public We just wanna see the reaction of people Do some people get mad? some people run away from the camera? or some people get excited These are some of the reactions we looking for…

How to Install the Propeller Guards on DJI Mavic Air

Mavic Air – Mounting the Propeller Guards Before mounting the propeller guards, ensure that the aircraft’s arms and front landing gears are unfolded. Open the buckle on the propeller guard. Connect the propeller guard with an LF mark to the propeller guard with an LR mark. When mounting the propeller guard, note that there is…

Drone Safety Mission 4: Fly your drone safely and responsibly

Bulletin: New drone regulations in effect on June 1, 2019 Mission 4: Fly your drone safely and responsibly Destination: www.Canada.ca/drone-safety Stay below 122 metres (400 feet) Keep a clear line of sight Basic operations: Stay 30 metres from bystanders Advanced operations: Fly less than 30 metres or over bystanders Basic operations: Fly in uncontrolled airspace…

NSERC Presents 2 Minutes with Alejandro Ramirez-Serrano

Our field of research is what we call unmanned vehicles. Some people call it mobile robotics. We cover the aspects of control, navigation, sensing, path planning —all the things that are involved in how to make a vehicle move that traditionally humans do normally every day in their lives. That’s what we do. We just…

Remote Controller Overview

Hi everyone Alejandro here with Autel Robotics in this video we will cover the basics of the remote controller for your Evo drone Welcome to the Flight Deck! Let’s get started by unfolding the arms of the controller this articulating design helps for a convenient storage, now flip up the mobile device holder and unfold…

Arctic Parachute | Safety for your drone

Hi ! Here is the result of more than 1 year of design with professionnals Today, legislation requires safety systems First, the system is simple because when ejected, the parachute is attached on four lines connected to the arms of the drone The parachute is no more in contact with the container after ejection It…

How F-22 and F-35 Could Launch and Recover Drones.? Manned-Unmanned Teaming.

How F-22 and F-35 Could Launch and Recover Drones? US Air Force F-22s and F-35s will soon launch and control recover attack drones to expand air-combat operations, test enemy air defenses, conduct long-range ISR and even deliver weapons. This fast-approaching technology, which calls upon advanced levels of autonomous navigation, is closer to reality due of…