Session FreeRide avec Xavier De Le Rue (Behind the Scene)

Session FreeRide avec Xavier De Le Rue (Behind the Scene) from DroneCast on Vimeo.

Tournage en Suisse A Verbier, a la rencontre des Riders de Timeline Mission, tester le drone en conditions extremes, aux service du snowboard de haut niveau.. Merci a Xavier de le Rue Triple champion du monde de freeride et a son frere Victor de nous avoir acceuillis pour ces essais. images drones tournées au 5D Mark II.
images making off a la gopro de florian, guido de chez timeline mission, qui a tournée images a la FS700.
Merci a tous

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DJI Phantom. GoPro Video of Alaska’s Hidden Ice Caves

Bigger Than Life Behind-the-Scenes from Firefight Films on Vimeo.

Firefight Films gives you a behind-the-scenes look at our newest video of the Alaskan ice caves for DSLR Pros’ Bigger Than Life.

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Director – Lion El Aton
Cinematography – Christopher Carson and Lion El Aton
Drone Pilot – Christopher Carson
Music – Funeral Suits “We Only Attack Ourselves”
Aerial Cinematography filmed with DSLR Pros DJI Phantom
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Canadian shipping company uses drones to check ice conditions

In an industry breakthrough, Fednav this month became the first shipping company to employ drones, or Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV), for ice reconnaissance on a commercial voyage.

The Umiak I used these drones to scout ahead of the vessel in the ice-covered waters of the Labrador Coast. The goal was to provide the captain and officers with detailed real-time visual information on the local ice conditions.

Enfotec, a Fednav subsidiary and industry leader, has specialized in providing advanced ice imagery and analysis to vessels operating in difficult ice conditions for 20 years. Despite recent advances in the quality of ice information available from satellite and radar images and conventional ice charts, there is a need to improve the information available to mariners.

Fednav Drones from Fednav Limited on Vimeo.

The UAVs will bridge this gap by delivering critical high-quality, short-range visual observations that allow navigators to see beyond the normal horizon for navigation in ice. Identifying subtle features not visible in conventional imagery, pressure ridges and small open-water leads for example, will allow mariners to make better informed strategic navigation decisions.

The backdrop for the application of this emerging technology was the Labrador Coast, which experiences winter conditions similar to the Canadian Arctic—thick first-year ice that is heavily deformed under pressure as well as remnants of multi-year and glacial ice embedded in the ice cover—which pose great challenges for navigation. The use of UAVs is proving to be highly useful to identify such ice features that should be avoided, adding another safety measure for modern navigation in ice.

DARPA Testimony to HASC Subcommittee on Intelligence, Emerging Threats and Capabilities

 

Publicado el 26/03/2014

DARPA Director Dr. Arati Prabhakar testifies before the House Armed Services Committee, Subcommittee on Intelligence, Emerging Threats and Capabilities on DARPA’s approach to innovation. Wednesday, March 26, 2014.

Source: DARPA

NASA Asteroid Initiative Opportunities Forum

Publicado el 26/03/2014

The Asteroid Initiative Opportunities Forum at NASA Headquarters provided status updates from the ongoing Asteroid Redirect Mission concept and extensibility refinement to expand on the Broad Agency Announcement (BAA), which is a follow-on step from the 2013 Request for Information in mission planning activities. The event also highlighted opportunities for public engagement in the mission and activities associated with the agency’s Asteroid Grand Challenge.

Source: http://youtu.be/EsWepKXJsNc

FANUC M-2iA Delta Robot Series

Publicado el 26/03/2014

FANUC has released a new line of “spider” robots to fill the gap between the M-1iA and the M-3iA. The FANUC M-2iA spider robots are the lastest technology! They are ideal for assembly and pick and place applications. Advance your process today with a FANUC M2iA delta robot. Call in at 740-251-4312 or visit us online at http://www.robots.com/fanuc

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