Robohub.org
 

Drone 360, new magazine from DiscoverMagazine.com

by
02 March 2015



share this:


Whether you’re curious about the ethics of unmanned aerial vehicles in law enforcement or itching to break into the quadcopter hobby, Drone 360 is packed with ideas and information to help you get started!You’ll find:Everything you need to know to get started with drones, from equipment reviews to FAA flight rules and photography how-tos.An exploration of the serious side of drones, including military and law enforcement applications, and ethics.Drones in the news: The curious, the cool, and the truly bizarre.How drone technology will change search and rescue operations and emergency response. 



tags: ,


Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large





Related posts :



#ICRA2022, the great robotics scicommer – Day 1 video digest

Here I bring you some of the highlights in video of day 1 at the IEEE International Conference on Automation and Robotics (ICRA).
24 May 2022, by

Dan O’Mara: Turning Robotics Education on its Head | Sense Think Act Podcast #19

In this episode, Audrow Nash speaks to Dan O'Mara, who is the founder and COO of Circuit Launch and Mechlabs. Circuit Launch is a space for hardware entrepreneurs to work in Oakland, California, and M...

The IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) kicks off with the largest in-person participation and number of represented count

This is the first time the ICRA community is reunited after the pandemic, resulting in record breaking attendance with over 7,000 registrations and 95 countries represented.
ep.

353

podcast

Autonomous Flight Demo with CMU AirLab – ICRA Day 1, with Sebastian Scherer

Sebastian Scherer from CMU's Airlab gives us a behind-the-scenes demo at ICRA of their Autonomous Flight Control AI. Their approach aims to cooperate with human pilots and act the way they would. h...
24 May 2022, by
ep.

352

podcast

Robotics Grasping and Manipulation Competition Spotlight, with Yu Sun

Yu Sun, previous chair of the Robotics Grasping and Manipulation Competition, speaks on the value that this competition brought to the robotics community.
21 May 2022, by
ep.

351

podcast

Early Days of ICRA Competitions, with Bill Smart

Bill Smart, one fo the early ICRA Competition Chairs, dives into the high-level decisions involved with creating a meaningful competition.
21 May 2022, by





©2021 - ROBOTS Association


 












©2021 - ROBOTS Association