What’s new with drones? We take a look at some recent developments and how these are being applied in the world of photography.
In this blog we focus on the evolution of drone technology, specifically the constant push and pull between ensuring their safe and regulated use, and their exciting future prospects.
Viewing ‘life in the round’ using 360 degree technology is incredible in itself, but when used with virtual reality, immersive and interactive experiences appear more lifelike than ever before.
An important addition to our drone features. In this blog we explore the pros and cons behind recent reports about ‘aerial taxis’ in Dubai and other conventional drone uses.
Taking a look at some of the modern media solutions available on construction sites, and how they can be used to great effect both on and off-site.
An updated look at drones following holiday sales that saw them become one of the ‘must-have’ Christmas gifts in 2016. How can they be used commercially, as well as flown for a hobby?
Having previously looked at the rising popularity of drones, the benefits to major economies and the laws & restrictions in place to control their use, we take it back to basics in our latest blog. Find out why UAVs can be applied so easily to photographic projects.
With UAVs set to contribute over $45 million to the USA’s infrastructure sector, we take a look at the benefits of drones in both America and the UK, exploring the challenges faced when using them and the things to ask about when using a commercial company.
Innovative camera system solutions are now being taken full advantage of by contractors, with time-lapse now used extensively across the UK and beyond. Along with other modern image capture methods – including UAVs (drones) and mast photography – construction projects can be remotely captured and monitored for a wide range of uses.
The landmark ruling by the NFL to allow the use of drones inside the league’s stadium is now over nine-months old.
The FAA have also confirmed they believe UAV use will continue to increase at a rapid rate across the next five years.