Drones How they are changing the world you live in
Seriously, this seems like a gimmick from those nerds over at MIT. They have developed Skycall, a student friendly copter that will guide a lost student through the campus to where they need to go. I mean, what every happened to the personal touch, or just asking a real passer by for directions? Either way, you have to admit it’s a cool idea.DESKTOP
Heli-shots are an expensive way to get an aerial shot. With the introduction of drones, complete with high-quality cameras, filmmakers are able to get magical shots at a fraction of the price. This means indie filmmakers can get that million dollar shot and start to compete with the big boys. Chances are that you have already watched a ton of films and TV shows with sweeping drone shots to set up scenes and take dramatic shots not normally possible.DESKTOP
Farmers & Wildlife
Farming is a tough game to be in, and whether they are farming livestock or crops, they need all the technological help they can get. By using drones, farmers who work on big ranches are able to check in on their animals that are sick, injured or escaped. In Australia, there are cattle stations the size of Israel and these farmers are using helicopters, bikes, horses and a ton of man power to monitor and heard their stock.
Quadcopters are making farmer’s lives easier by allowing them to spray pesticides and to check out from above just how well their crops are growing – giving them more information on exactly how to get bigger harvests.DESKTOP