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  • Terra Drone Inspects Flare Stacks
    on December 10, 2019 at 2:28 am

    Terra Drone Indonesia, a group company of Japan-based Terra Drone Corporation, has conducted drone-based visual inspections of onshore flare stacks for energy major Chevron (PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia). The drone-based flare stack inspection was done in Duri field, one of the largest production fields in Rokan PSC, Sumatra. Using a multirotor drone equipped with high-resolution The post Terra Drone Inspects Flare Stacks appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • 10 Pro Tips for Professional Video
    on December 10, 2019 at 2:28 am

    I love everything about editing video: the software, the equipment, and how you can spend 40 hours working to get a 3-minute piece just right. When it comes down to it, I realize what I love most is the look on other people’s faces when they watch my work. Whether you’re an up-and-coming freelance editor The post 10 Pro Tips for Professional Video appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • New Lifting World Record
    on December 10, 2019 at 2:28 am

    FPT Industrial and Forvola have announced that the two firms have broken the Guinness World Record for the heaviest payload lifted by a drone in Turin, Italy. Forvola’s “megadrone”, with its 16 propellers, lifted a box full of FPT Industrial spare parts weighing 222.67 pounds to a height of almost 5 feet for more than 1 minute, 3 The post New Lifting World Record appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • 21-Year-Old Student’s VTOL Drone
    on December 10, 2019 at 2:28 am

    Drones are not one of man’s recent inventions. Initially, they were used by the police department to capture pictures of people in crowded places for security purposes. And just a short while ago, we heard about them being used to spray pesticides. So here’s the latest development, drones can now be used to transport organs The post 21-Year-Old Student’s VTOL Drone appeared first on RotorDrone.

  • Drones Could Be a Virtual Wall
    on December 10, 2019 at 2:28 am

    President Donald Trump has a vision of a “big, beautiful wall” made of concrete and steel on the US-Mexico border. In addition to that physical barrier, you could also see an armada of drones whizzing through the sky. Many in the tech industry envision a drone-protected border as not just likely but inevitable, helping the US Border The post Drones Could Be a Virtual Wall appeared first on RotorDrone.