A day was set aside to celebrate drones and show that Technology is something to enjoy and not to fear. Throughout the country and the world there were a number of events put on for the public to learn and enjoy. Our Senior Editor John Reid spent the day out at Apollo field in […]
How to shoot your own aerial photos of the world Thanks to the advent of smaller and lighter cameras that can easily be attached to our multirotors, more and more pilots are getting their high-quality shots and HD video from the sky. Let’s discuss lifting cameras into the sky by multirotor and how to guide […]
This is what people do in Minnesota in the middle of January: Drill 30,000 holes on Gull Lake for the largest ice fishing contest in the world. While having 30,000 holes in the ice sounds like a lot of holes, it is hard to imagine just how big this event really is. But, now thanks […]
In the feature story “Innovation Takes Flight” in the January 2015 issue, Tim Bresien takes a look at what companies around the world are accomplishing with multirotors. Horizon AP is at the forefront of an emerging industry and serves as a model of what is possible in a clearly regulated market.
The Editors for Rotor Drone Magazine are actively working on the next issue and here are some BTS images from one of those articles. Enjoy and be sure to check out the next issue for other great articles like this one.
The Federal Aviation Administration, is looking into another matter dealing with a remote control pilot using a drone to record the tornado disaster in Arkansas. You will recall that the agency previously try to levy a fine against Raphael Pirker, a videographer whose company ‘Team Black Sheep’ uses drones to capture unique footage. Pirker won […]