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Drones For Professionals, Mapping & Photogrammetry, Flight Planning & Control Software,: senseFly SA

Drones For Professionals, Mapping & Photogrammetry, Flight Planning & Control Software,: senseFly SA
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Matternet Photo Contest Amazing second edition! More than 5000 entries were submitted from everywhere in the world by talented professional photographers and amateur drone photo enthusiasts. The competition was judged on creativity and photographic quality by a panel of experts including National Geographic photographer Ken Geiger (Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer) as well as Jean-Pierre Vrignaud, Editor in Chief of National Geographic France and Dronestagram. We would like to extend a special thanks to our contest sponsors National Geographic, Kodak, Parrot, Go Pro, Hexo+, Picanova, Hobbico and Adobe for generously offering amazing gifts! 1st Prize Winner – Category Places: Above the mist by Ricardo Matiello – See author’s profile 1st Prize Winner – Category Nature: Snorkeling with sharks by Tahitiflyshoot – See author’s profile 2nd Prize Winner – Category places: Mont-Saint-Michel, by Wanaiifilms – See author’s profile 2nd Prize Winner – Category Nature: La Jolla by kdilliard – See author’s profile

Instadrone press Catégorie "Lieux" - 1er prix Au-dessus de la brume - Photographie de Ricardo Matiello / Dronestagram Catégorie "Lieux" - 2ème prix Mont Saint-Michel - Photographie de Wanaiifilms / Dronestagram Catégorie "Lieux" - 3ème prix Champ de tulipes - Photographie de Anders@andersa.com / Dronestagram Catégorie "Nature" - 1er prix Plongée avec les requins - Photographie de Tahitiflyshoot / Dronestagram Catégorie "Nature" - 2ème prix La Jolla - Photographie de kdilliard / Dronestagram Catégorie "Nature" - 3ème prix Île perdue, Tahaa, Polynésie Française - Photographie de Marama Photo Video / Dronestagram Catégorie "Dronies" - 1er prix Carnaval de Limassol : Où est Charlie ? Catégorie "Populaire" - 1er prix Catégorie "Populaire" - 2ème prix Plovdiv (Bulgarie), la nuit - Photographie de Ice Fire / Dronestagram Catégorie "Populaire" - 3ème prix Glorieto Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada, (Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico) - Photographie de Wootsor / Dronestagram Et pour voir le site du concours, rendez-vous ici.

The Fields - Mishka Henner Levelland Oil Field #1, Hockley County, Texas (2013) Dimensions variable Summary US oil fields photographed by satellites orbiting Earth. Each print is composed of hundreds of high-resolution satellite images of each location stitched together to show intricate detail. Levelland Oil Field, Hockley County, Texas (detail) Levelland Oil Field #2, Hockley County, Texas (2013) Dimensions variable Levelland Oil Field #2, Hockley County, Texas (detail) San Andres Oil Field, Hockley County, Texas (2013) Dimensions variable San Andres Oil Field, Hockley County, Texas (detail) Natural Butte Oil Field, Uintah County, Utah (2013) Dimensions variable Natural Butte Oil Field, Uintah County, Utah (detail) North Ward Estes Oil Field, Ward County, Texas (2013) North Ward Estes Oil Field, Ward County, Texas (detail) Cedar Point Oil Field, Harris County, Texas (2013) Dimensions variable Cedar Point Oil Field, Harris County, Texas (detail) Kern River Oil Field, Kern County, California (2013) Dimensions variable

There’s now a drone racing league that feels like pod racing from Star Wars Presidential candidate Donald Trump easily won the Republican Nevada primary with over 44% of the votes in early counting, in a election marked by complaints of fraud and chaos. He made a victory speech in front of a rowdy crowd dressed in “Make America Great Again” hats and t-shirts at his Las Vegas hotel, and expressed his love for everyone from casino mogul Steve Wynn to the “poorly educated.” He also offered up some more information about his plans should he be elected president, including keeping the Guantanamo Bay detention facility open and loading it up with “bad dudes.” Quartz has transcribed his entire victory speech. You can also view it here (speech starts at the 1:49:22 mark). Oh boy. You know we weren’t expecting—a couple of months ago, we weren’t expecting to win this one, you know that right? And Michigan—the whole thing.It’s going to be an amazing two months. We might not even need the two months, folks, to be honest. He loves the rifle stuff. We won with young.

GPS Drawing Sketchbook of a GPS Artist Icarus Cup There was no RAeS Icarus Cup taking place in 2015, however a human powered flying rally was organised by the British Human Powered Flying Club(BHPFC) at Lasham Airfield from Sat 25th July to Sun 2nd Aug 2015. The 2013 Icarus Cup for Human Powered Flight, supported by Breitling, took place at Sywell Aerodrome from 19 - 28 July. Visitors were able to see the aircraft that had been designed, engineered and constructed as well as watch as the pilots pedaled their aircraft to get airborne. Flying took place daily between 06.00-09.00 and 18.00-22.00 daily on most days as weather permitted. Follow @AeroSociety (#IcarusCup2013) and the Royal Aeronautical Society Facebook page for up to date information and we'll be posting regular reports on the Society news pages. Media personnel should contact Emma.Bossom@aerosociety.com for more information or call 07843 090395. The 2013 Icarus Cup was supported by History The inaugural competition - Airglow - Betterfly - EA12 - Noctule - SUHPA

Turkish artist captures a surreal bird’s-eye view of Istanbul through the use of a drone In his photo series called ‘Flatland,’ Aydin Büyüktas photographs the scenic overview of the city of Istanbul through the use of a drone. The dizzying, distorted angles and beautifully warped buildings create intriguing images that monopolize your attention. The surrealist work gives the world another dimension and a fresh perspective on how we view it. This type of photography creates an additional outlet for artists by using new technologies to make images. Follow Aydin for more creative works on his website and on Instagram. Image Sources: thisiscolossal.com

Dronestagram January 26 2015: The first reported US drone strike of the year killed three people travelling in a vehicle in central-southern Yemen. This was the first attack since Houthi insurgents forced the country’s president Abdu Rabbu al Mansour Hadi, his prime minister and cabinet to resign. #drone #drones #yemen (at Hareeb, Shabwa-Mareb border) 5:34 am • 2 March 2015 • 19 notes January 19 2015: CIA drones targeted a house in Shawal area of North Waziristan killing five, six or seven people. 5:33 am • 2 March 2015 • 16 notes January 15 2015: A second strike of the day killed 4-7 people according to anonymous Pakistani sources. 5:31 am • 2 March 2015 • 9 notes January 15 2015: The second strike of the year killed 5-7 people in a strike on a house. 5:30 am • 2 March 2015 • 12 notes January 4 2015: The first CIA strike of 2015 killed at least six and as many as 10 people. 5:29 am • 2 March 2015 • 11 notes 5:28 am • 2 March 2015 • 4 notes 5:26 am • 2 March 2015 • 4 notes 5:25 am • 2 March 2015 • 7 notes

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