Now we’re having some fun!
I have to say that this issue was a lot of fun to put together. I started out my adventures by attending the International Drone Day celebration at the Apollo Field in Van Nyes, CA, which drew more than a thousand attendees and operators and companies like 3DR, DJI and Horizon Hobby. Don’t miss our coverage of the “mothership” celebration in Las Vegas and some shots from events around the globe in Aerial Intel this month, and keep spreading the word: Drones are good!
This is a great video explaining FPV Racing and how it is done. These guys are definitely having some fun on this race course. The cool thing is these local groups are popping up all over the country and there is probably one located close to you. Enjoy the video that was submitted to us by Conner Jay who is an associate producer with Discovery Digital Networks.
As Conner said, “I am hoping you might be willing to share some positive coverage of drones and the exciting world of FPV Drone Racing. With so much coverage into the legalities of unmanned ariel, we looked to explore the fun and exciting side with some unique views of what FPV Drone Ariels looks and feels like. Please take a look at a short video we produced with some fantastic enthusiasts and operators around the Bay Area, and I hope you might be willing to share on your page if you enjoy the piece.”
We definitely enjoyed the piece Conner, well done.
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