Most people that get their first drone are usually ecstatic to get their hands on the remote and start the maiden voyage on their bird. With that being said, many people tend to skip the manuals and leave it up to their intuition to get their drone up in the air. However, setting up a DJI drone may not always be a walk in the park for the average joe. If you plan to skip the manual, here are 5 things you must know before flying your drone. Update your firmware, always. 99% of the time, the drone doesn't launch...
DJI is definitely in a league of its own when it comes to reliable and effective machines of the air. It’s fleet seems to be expanding more and more every day and new and improved version are released within a year of the original. With so many choices it may seem difficult to decide which one is the best for your needs.
There are infinite applications to explore when it comes to the potential of what drones (UAVs) can do. While it’s well known that they have expansive commercial applications, from agriculture to filmmaking, the potential for private industries is starting to crop up
Drones are fast becoming the innovators dream. When someone with a specific passion meets drones they often come up with unique ideas for the use of them. They see problems in their life, or specific field of work, and will find a way to make a drone make it easier or more efficient. One of the most interesting we have seen and DJI followed up on, is the Snotbot, a DJI Inspire drone used by a researcher who wanted to capture spray from whales in the wild, literally catch its snot.