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          Aerodyne Gets Series B Investment from Japan’s Drone Fund      Cache   Translate Page      
Global UAV service provider Aerodyne Ventures Sdn Bhd has announced receiving an undisclosed pre-Series B investment from Japan based drone company Drone Fund in deal which will consolidate their position in the Japanese market. “We are thrilled and honoured to have Drone Fund as our investor. Aerodyne is currently blitz-scaling our way around the world […]
          Mavlink data between UAV and PC with Mission Planner throught Ardutracker AT      Cache   Translate Page      

Yes, it is working. However, whenever you start up your link, both are loaded in mission planner. So you always have to choose between your rover and the AT.

It’s far better to just let the AT do his thing and only connect to your rover. Once you have setup, tuned and made the AT working correctly, you really don’t need to pay attention to it any more.

          Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested      Cache   Translate Page      

Please read the headline of this blog:

“Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested”.

I’m reading this blog to see an independent confirmation of this statement. Until now, nothing…

When I see Skydroid posting pictures of their new products and mentioning “we only provide m12L and t10 abroad. Because we they are easy to use and worth to buy”, I think that is marketing.

No problem people helping people with solving problems.

Not correct when manufacturers use this channel for selling.

          Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested      Cache   Translate Page      

No it is not, it is turning into a one stop shop for help with this guys products, if ya don’t like it just quit reading!!! @SKYDROID Keep up the good work, really like my controller just wish it wasn’t such harsh weather out so I could fly it more often.
@rickyg32 Thank you for compiling all this info to one spot, and keeping up with updates!!

          Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested      Cache   Translate Page      

Is this blog turning into a marketing channel now?

          Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested      Cache   Translate Page      

Thanks Cao that makes sense now.


          Máy bay không người lái lớn nhất của Nga có gì đặc biệt?      Cache   Translate Page      
Máy bay không người lái Altius-M (UAV) là sản phẩm liên doanh giữa hai Cục thiết kế Sokol ở Tatarstan và Tranzas ở St Petersburg theo đơn đặt hàng của Bộ Quốc phòng Nga, Quá trình phát triển mẫu UAV này bắt đầu từ tháng 10/2011. Theo nhiều nguồn tin, Nga đã chi tới 3 tỷ […]
          Drone Delivery Systems to Provide First End-To-End Drone Package Delivery Solution With Commercial UAV Manufacturer Aero Systems West      Cache   Translate Page      
Drone Delivery Systems, AirBox Technology manufacturer and Aero Systems West (ASW), partner to provide the first end-to-end package drone delivery …
          Mar 25, 2019: Printing Fashion at FRAC Ile-de-France Le Plateau      Cache   Translate Page      

For the first time in Paris, “Printing Fashion” will create an independent space for a discussion for practitioners, critics, academics to explore the contemporary role and value of fashion media via the specific lens of printed publications.

The MA Fashion Studies department at The New School Parsons Paris will launch the first edition of the “Printing Fashion” festival in collaboration with the FRAC Ile-de-France Le Plateau.

KD Presse will host a pop-up store at the festival where a selection of its publications will be presented.

The festival will feature different roundtable discussions, including the rise of economic and cultural value of historical and contemporary print fashion publications, the relationship between digital and printed media, the magazine as a curatorial project, and the issue of representability and national discourse in fashion magazines.

Date: Monday 25th - Tuesday 26th March 2019 (17h-22h)
Venue: 22 Rue des Alouettes, 75019 Paris

RSVP here

DAY 1 // MONDAY MARCH 25, 2019

5.00pm - Welcome by Justin Morin & Marco Pecorari

5.15pm - 6.30pm Roundtable #1 / EN
Fashion on Print: Values and Historical Perspectives

Moderator: Marco Pecorari
Guest Speakers:
Antoine Bucher (Diktats)
Eric Namont & Alexandre Baret (KD Presse)
François Cam-Drouhin (Tailor Books)

7.00pm - 8.15pm - Roundtable #2 / FR
Fashion publications today : evolutions and challenges

Moderator: Justin Morin
Guest Speakers:
Clément Corraze (ID France)
Angelo Cirimele (Magazine)

8.30pm - 9.15pm - Film Screening & Discussion / EN+FR
A selection of films, documentaries and TV shows on fashion publications
Justin Morin in conversation with Haydée Touitou

9.15pm - 9.45pm - Drinks

DAY 2 - TUESDAY MARCH 26, 2019

5.00pm - 6.15pm - Roundtable #3 / EN
The fashion magazine as a curatorial project

Moderator: Marco Pecorari
Guest Speakers:
Dan Thawley (A magazine curated by)
Saul Marcandet (IUAV University of Venice - Gucci Gardens)
Maelle Dault (Exhibition and edition coordinator Frac Ile-de-France )

6.30pm - 7.45pm - Roundtable #4 / FR
A geography of fashion magazines and their discourses

Moderator: Justin Morin
Guest Speakers:
Haydée Touitou, Sarah de Mavaleix, Sofia Nebiolo (The Skirt Chronicles)
Florence Tetier (Novembre)
Emanuele Coccia (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales EHESS)

8.00pm - In Conversation with Ezra Petronio (Self-Service) /EN

Moderators: Justin Morin & Marco Pecorari

9.00pm - 9.30pm - Drinks

A Festival organised by the Master in Fashion Studies at Parsons Paris in collaboration with the FRAC Ile-de-France, Le Plateau

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          Raise the public list of UAV project to raise the public small – Sohu      Cache   Translate Page      
Raise the public list | UAV project to raise the public small – Sohu technology Mr. Geek for you every day to select the most important information to raise the public to use big data to tell you at home and abroad to raise public market compared with the surrounding Industry Amidst the winds of […]
          中国チームはアジアの強い選手の能力に属しています。      Cache   Translate Page      
「中国チームはアジアの強豪選手に所属する能力が強いが、中国代表は11日、中国代表が12戦の第4試合を迎える。。戦前はじゅう日行った記者会見で、乌队監督は「中国には決して高くあげることはアジア強豪の一つ、中国チームを防ぐためにしなければならない。明日の試合についたヤンは、双方にとっても、明日はシーンの試合。中国のチームはアジアの強いチームの一つで、特に私たちが中国語を中国で話す時、中国の中国の最高のリーグ戦の一つであることを知っていたので、中国チームのレベルは徐々に発展しています。中国には多くの技術の選手がいて、彼らはとても聡明で、これらの選手は彼らの明日の表現を助けます。私たちはすでに中国チームを分析して準備をしました。明日私たちは良い表現を目指します。前回の試合の中でイランはウズベキスタンに負けて、チーム長を占拠し続けた良い機会を逃して、出場試合の負けに対して選手たちの状態に影響を及ぼすかどうかは、「試合はうまくいかないけど、いい選手ではない」と話した。違う試合で選手の状態が起伏しているということはサッカーの試合に発生します。特に若い選手は、彼らを蹴ってよくなくて、彼らは彼らの報道批判を見て、彼らにストレスを感じる。この選手たちは、自分の表現を分析して、後ろの試合の中で自分の表現を改善すると思います。現在には積1分の中国チームは、ウズベキスタンきっとホームで全取三分だろう。これに対してバーバ揚率直:1試合も勝つ見込み、中国チームも同じように。辛くても前に何かが、あなたのすべてを一試合ごとに行かなければならない、これはサッカーの哲学。私達は中国の選手がとても良い選手がいることを知っていて、彼らの個人の能力はとても強くて、彼らのスピードはとても速いです。この数日の訓練の中で、私たちの選手はすでに準備ができていると思いますので、絶対に油断できません。ス-ル 乌兹主帅:中国队属于亚洲强队 球员能力强不轻敌 乌兹别克主帅巴巴扬   新浪体育讯  10月11日,中国男足将迎来12强赛的第四场比赛,客场对阵乌兹别克斯坦队。在10日进行的战前新闻发布会,乌队主帅巴巴扬表示:中国队绝对是亚洲强队之一,必须要对中国队严加防范。   谈到明天的这场比赛, 巴巴扬表示:对于双方来说,明天都将会是大场面的比赛。中国队是亚洲的强队之一,特别是当我们谈到中超时,都知道中超是亚洲最好的联赛之一,因此中国队的水平在逐渐发展。中国有很多技术精湛的球员,他们踢的很聪明,这些球员将会帮助他们明天的表现。我们已经分析了中国队并做好了准备,明天我们将力争好的表现。   上一场比赛之中,乌兹别克斯坦负于伊朗队,错失了继续占据小组头名的好机会,对于上场比赛的失利是否会影响球员们的状态时,巴巴扬表示:有时候比赛虽然踢得不好,但不代表他们不是好球员。在不同的比赛中,球员的状态有起伏,这样的事情会发生在足球比赛里。特别是年轻球员,当他们踢得不好,他们会看到批评他们的报道,这会让他们感受到压力。我认为这些球员,会分析自己的表现,在后面的比赛之中改善自己的表现。   面对目前仅积一分的中国队,乌兹别克斯坦一定要在主场全取三分呢?对此巴巴扬坦言:每一场比赛我们都希望取胜,对中国队也同样是这样。不管前面什么发生,你都必须去赢得每一场比赛,这就是足球的哲学。我们知道中国球员有很好的球员,他们的个人能力很强,他们的速度很快。在这几天的训练中,我认为我们的球员已经做好了准备应对,我们绝对不能掉以轻心。(木兰)相关的主题文章: Huzhou Anji opened the province’s first UAV route UAV delivery of newspapers-步步高i606 Барка в раздевалке места воздействия MSN сидеть отдельно Месси неожиданно он рядом ニューヨークでのシーズンは35勝だけではできませんでした。
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          [泰国女星出家为尼]_泰国女星出家为尼 曾获封“乳神”称号剃度现场流泪令人惊艳-西华大学安德校区      Cache   Translate Page      
近日,泰国女星出家为尼的话题登上热搜,“泰国乳神”Ammy为反思自己决定削发为尼,剃度现场泪流满面。泰国女星Ammy出家前性感辣照曝光,尺度非常大! 她叫Ammy(Mmy),被部分外媒称为“泰国乳神”,因参加2012年的Miss Maxim 选美比赛而广为人知。 Ammy接到许多拍摄的工作,比如:舞台表演、拍摄杂志封面人物、性感写真等等,她拍摄的部分杂志尺度非常大。 但是近日,Ammy决定出家为尼了。曾经的性感泰女星Ammy今日削发为尼,进行15天的短暂修行。 剃度仪式中,Ammy泪流满面。 她对记者说,此次仪式是对自己言行的反思,通过宁静的禅定修行,希望自己能看到无意的一言一行对世界造成的伤害,愿自己能对佛法有更深的体会。 Ammy表示决心剃度是因为自己从未放下浮躁的心,做事从不考虑后果,因此在事业打拼期间愿意修行。 当记者问及剃度仪式为何哭泣时,Ammy表示自己当时想得很多,尤其是生活中的不愉快,其次是特别舍不得告别自己的长头发。 Ammy表示自己剃度后,粉丝们提到她还是想到露出低胸,岔开双腿对着镜头,她表示今后会特别注意自己的穿着仪表。相关的主题文章: [公职人员上班睡觉]_公职人员上班睡觉,真相比处理更重要 [officer officer]_ sleeping at work to sleep at work, the truth is more important than treatment-强贱女孩全部过程百度影音 四川茂县山体垮塌_激光三维扫描无人机勘察茂县山体垮塌现场Sichuan Maoxian mountain collapse_ laser 3D scanning UAV reconnaissance of Maoxian landslide site-沈阳音乐学院刘辉 [范冰冰李晨比心]_范冰冰甜蜜比心秀恩爱 称李晨像齐天大圣-晋中学院师范分院 [岳云鹏撞脸合影]_岳云鹏撞脸合影简直一模一样-恶少的恋爱史 [钓鱼溺亡索赔百万]_受邀钓鱼溺亡 父母索赔百万-沈阳音乐学院研究生部 [朴槿惠再度出庭]_朴槿惠再度出庭白发显眼 将至少面临10年有期徒刑甚至终身监禁 [park again appear]_ Park again appear conspicuous […]
          四川茂县山体垮塌_激光三维扫描无人机勘察茂县山体垮塌现场Sichuan Maoxian mountain collapse_ laser 3D scanning UAV reconnaissance of Maoxian landslide site-肇庆学院怎么样      Cache   Translate Page      
  6月24日凌晨5时38分,特大高位山体垮塌在茂县叠溪镇新磨村悄然而至,1000万立方的山石倾泻而下,不到两分钟,这个平日里热闹美丽的小村庄被完全掩埋在数十米之下,垮塌造成河道堵塞2公里,40余户100余人被掩埋,截至25日14时,挖出遇难者遗体10具,仍有93人失联。     26日清晨,一架拥有8个螺旋桨的巨型无人机在茂县山体垮塌现场缓缓升起,无需遥控操作,只要预先设定飞行坐标,该无人机就可按照坐标路线自动导航飞行。这款三维激光扫描无人机于25日夜紧急调运至茂县,扫描完成整个垮塌现场只用了30分钟。   通过三维激光扫描,可以对垮塌现场的地形进行快速测绘建模,得到整个受灾现场及周边的数字模型,形成三维地形图,并依据该3D模型测算救援工作需挖掘出来的土方量,指挥中心可依靠该精细化模型决定下一步救援计划,以便更加科学有效地实施救援。     救援队专家刘继廷的电脑上看到,在一张三维模拟图中,显示了被还原的垮塌现场及周边环境的全景,“我们在电脑屏幕上可以看到垮塌现场的任何细微变化,这种变化达到厘米级,可帮助预判沉陷、二次垮塌等现象发生。”刘继廷说,“由于现场树木茂密,传统的遥感影像技术无法获取树林下的实际地形,而激光雷达则可以自动去除树木所占空间,得出村庄本来的面目,以获取精确的地形数据。”     通过无人机扫描后得出的三维图像,使得救援组织更加科学有效。3D扫描技术的广泛应用也将在更多领域造福人类。   On June 24th at 5:38 in the morning, super high mountain collapsed in the Maoxian town of Diexi new mill village quietly, 10 million cubic meters of rocks pouring down, less than two minutes, the usual lively beautiful small village was […]
          Xinjiang released increased zoom Ling Mou osmo+ also brought VR aerial      Cache   Translate Page      
Xinjiang released increased zoom Ling Mou OSMO+ also brought VR aerial shooting documentary for Xinjiang UAV Sina digital news news August 25th, Xinjiang in Beijing today issued a hand ling Mou OSMO+ with a pan tilt camera optical zoom function and the UAV VR shooting panoramic aerial documentary series, "the most beautiful Chinese". "The most […]
          With the flybrix toolkit, the novice can quickly assemble UAV – Sohu Technology peepsamurai      Cache   Translate Page      
The Flybrix toolkit, novices can quickly assemble a UAV technology Sohu – when there is no time machine company established Flybrix, three founders (Amir Hirsch, Robb Walters, Holly Kasun) goal is to create a more intelligent uav. However, in the process of product development, they found a way to quickly assemble uavs. Today, they began […]
          [注射器扎幼儿屁股]_3名幼儿疑被老师用注射器扎屁股 园方只是吓唬-和平号角      Cache   Translate Page      
保定市三名家长向本报反映,他们的孩子被幼儿园老师用注射器扎屁股。而园方则称,老师只是用不带针头的注射器吓唬了孩子,并未用针扎。目前,两名涉事老师已被停职,当地警方介入调查此事。 据李先生介绍,他的儿子小松(化名)今年4岁,在幼云幼儿园上中班,6月15日傍晚,他因感冒身体不舒服,从幼儿园接了孩子后,顺便到附近诊所打针。在诊所里打针时,他对旁边的儿子说:“你要是不听话,也给你打针!”没想到儿子回答:“已经在幼儿园里打过了。”他心生奇怪,追问儿子是不是打预防针,结果儿子一番话让他大吃一惊:因当日午饭后看电视时吵闹不听话,班上任老师用针管扎了他和另外两个男童的屁股,并分别说出了姓名。李先生随后与两个孩子的家长取得了联系,并得到证实。 昨日上午,三名孩子家长找到幼儿园当面询问情况,并向警方报了案。通过调取教室里的监控录像发现,6月15日中午11时30分许,班里的任老师和宋老师一起,先后将小华、小乐和小松拖到监控左下角位置,随后有明显的扒掉孩子裤子,和用针管扎孩子屁股的动作。但两名老师坚称,她们使用不带针头的注射器扎了孩子屁股,只是为了吓唬一下。目前,两名涉事老师已经被停职,幼儿园正等待警方调查结果,以做进一步处理。相关的主题文章: [裸身吹头发现男子]_女宾客在浴室更衣区裸身吹头发,镜子里突然惊现两男子…-巴厘岛的故事韩语 [遭殴打女游客和解]_被打女游客回应“网骂”:为钱和解?部分网友不了解法律-易顺佳pos [郭文贵海航爆料]_郭文贵海航“爆料”真相调查-极品骷髅战士 [高铁升级八纵八横]_“四纵四横”高铁升级为“八纵八横” 何时通你家-云南大学urp 四川茂县山体垮塌_激光三维扫描无人机勘察茂县山体垮塌现场Sichuan Maoxian mountain collapse_ laser 3D scanning UAV reconnaissance of Maoxian landslide site-佐爱吧 [大爷公交吊杆飞踹]_大爷公交吊杆飞踹 如此矫健身手还需要爱心专座?-翩跹的意思 [高铁升级八纵八横]_“四纵四横”高铁升级为“八纵八横” 2025高铁升级八纵八横-从容不迫的意思 [钓鱼溺亡索赔百万]_受邀钓鱼溺亡 父母索赔百万-网王之叶飘零
          Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested      Cache   Translate Page      

Verloop,as said if you dont like it dont come here,from day one Skydroid has been on here,he reads the posts and takes notice,and updates were needed and keeps us informed,which other manufacturer actually listens and takes positive action.
Cao we need you and dont take any notice of Verloop

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Some users ask about new products differences an Skydroid only responds.

          Long range UAV link 100mw for 60KM was designed and tested      Cache   Translate Page      

So the title says something different than what people in the field are getting, so what, does that invalidate the manufactures results, no they just tested under different circumstances! 99% of companies stated specs are usually not achievable or are tested at the most ideal conditions. take flight endurance for example. Will a system tested at sea level have the same flight endurance as one tested at 3000m msl, doubtful due to many things such as density altitude. I have yet to find a UAS that actually gets the manufactures specs. due to so many variables at play and some that are out of the control of the user. As you have probably read no one has gotten it that far, I believe the furthest someone has taken it is 17km! Not sure what else you are looking for, for verification? Also like most manufactures, it seems as though they post their very very best specs in the most ideal conditions, which is usually not the case for most individuals. Look at the herelink they post in specs that it is good for 20km, yet I have read and seen it drop out at 500m. Again is the 20km wrong? No, but is it reality no! Many folks cannot test a UAS (unmanned aerial system) to 60km without breaking a law, and like you I’d like to stay within the law as to not be the 1% that ruins it for the rest of us. Skydroid sent out quite a few free units to individuals to test but some of those individuals live in areas with regulations that prohibit this type of flight without special permission from the governing authority, and some of those individuals live in areas where the climate is not conducive to testing at the moment.If you’d like to verify for yourself here is the link for you to purchase one yourself, let us know your opinion.

          Mỹ công bố mẫu UAV tiếp dầu tương lai cho tiêm kích hạm      Cache   Translate Page      
Nguyên mẫu MQ-25A được Boeing công bố cuối năm ngoái. Ảnh: Boeing. Hải quân Mỹ hôm nay công bố mẫu MQ-25A Stingray của tập đoàn Boeing giành chiến thắng trong cuộc đấu thầu chế tạo máy bay không người lái (UAV) tiếp dầu cho các không đoàn tàu sân bay tương lai. Quyết định này […]
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Percepto, the market leader of on-site autonomous drone solutions, today revealed that it has participated in an operational experimentation program with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Science and Technology Directorate in collaboration with the U.S. Army. Percepto was invited to participate in the program to evaluate the ability of autonomous drones to perform intellige
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Yes, agree. As mentioned, “no problem at all”. Since the 60km is now out of the way, this blog is of no interest to me anymore.

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As a moderator, I changed the topic for Hardware-Radio, I guess people here dont really mind if it is reassigned in this category.

Thats is exactly the case here, and this is the essence of our community, so I just hope you will enjoy it too :wink:#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

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Let me post my earlier post 1 more time:

Nearly a 1000 posts and still no sign of an independent 60km test.

The reason I’m asking for this is because we are seriously interested in this system if it really performs up to its claim. Even 40 to 50 km would already be a reason to implement this system in our UAV’s.

We are doing mapping missions and pipeline inspections here in Thailand and our missions are in the range of 20 to 40km. Now I’m not talking about that range in highly populated areas because I know that’s impossible. But I’m also not looking at flying over sea with absolutely no obstacles.

It would be nice to see anyone confirming a reasonable range in reasonable realistic circumstances.

It seems this is a blog of about 10 people, playing with this system and having fun with it. No problem at all. I object to to the way this blog has developed into a marketing channel for Skydroid and their products.

If you find my posts offensive or not appropriate in any way, please feel free to report to the moderators. I personally don’t feel it is appropriate to tell me what to read and reply to and what not.

You can rest assured that I will report your remark.

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Last month, UK officials announced plans to extend the no-fly zone around airports from the current radius of 1km / 0.6mi to 5km / 3mi. The change is in response to the Christmas 2018 Gatwick airport drone incident, during which time more than 140,000 passengers were impacted and more than 1,000 flights were disrupted. The change will go into effect tomorrow, March 13, 2019.

Though the precise threat small drones present to large aircraft remains unknown, a growing body of evidence suggests a mid-air collision between the two could potentially be catastrophic. No-fly zones aim to prevent these close calls, but many drone operators have been caught ignoring regulations.

Gatwick airport no-fly zone via

In February 2018, a video was published showing a small UAV flying within close proximity of a passenger jet near the McCarran Airport in Las Vegas, for example. From February 2014 to April 2018, the US FAA had received 6,117 reports of drones being operated within an unsafe distance of manned aircraft, and Bloomberg reported in February 2018 that a small drone had struck a helicopter mid-flight, ultimately resulting in a crash.

Increasing the no-fly zone around airports will make it possible to use anti-drone technology to take down unwanted UAVs before they get too close to the facilities and runways. According to a report from BBC in January, the UK's Heathrow Airport had been testing anti-drone systems before the Gatwick incident, but it's unclear whether a permanent solution has been installed at either airport.

UK drone owners can view no-fly zones in the nation using the website.

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