We were over the Indian River Lagoon for a little recon for Brevard Scanner…
What’s that barge doing in the River? The latest viral postings on the Titusville groups want to know what that barge is doing in the river. There have been some far fetched ideas on this. We discovered a company called AEI is in charge of the project. We reached out to a few Brevard County … Continue reading “Whats going on in the river?”
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Last Friday, an appellate court upheld the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) authority to regulate hobbyist drone use in a ruling that paves the way for a new series of restrictions and requirements for recreational drone use that the aviation regulators hope to enact soon. The ruling is a win for companies such as Amazon and others that have been urging lawmakers to impose stricter regulation for the millions of hobbyist drone pilots.
Groundwork? We do that. We are out and about doing inspections for BP Gas stations today. If you have out of state assets in Brevard, Florida and need detailed inspection photos, or photos for media, or asset inventory, please reach out to us! We can offer weekend and rapid turnaround.
Get yer drones here! In its first , DJI will be offering the for $600, $200 off its manufacturer price of $800, and the Mavic Pro Fly More Combo (with extra batteries, parts and case) for $700, usually $1,000. These are relatively deep discounts, since DJI drones rarely have significantly lower street prices. The deals run from July 16 at 9 a.m. PT/noon ET to July 17 at 9 p.m. PT/ midnight July 18 ET, and the Mavic Pro deal is only for the US and Canada,
The drone industry’s hardware leader DJI has delayed the launch day of its latest product. ‘See The Bigger Picture’, the event that had originally been scheduled for July 18, has been pushed back indefinitely to ensure the company can “exceed customers’ expectations for our technology by the time of the event… and deliver according to our standard of innovation.”
The skies aren’t big enough for everyone. On Friday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit reversed a ruling from last year that found the FAA cannot regulate small drones used by hobbyists. New regulations are expected to come soon, which should please companies that are trying to break into the commercial drone industry.