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What Are The Best Drones for Aerial Photography

Drones can do it all. Need to survey a field? Check. Need to send disaster relief supplies? Check? Need to gather military intelligence? You got it. Want to shoot a Hollywood blockbuster? Absolutely. Want to deliver a baby? Ok, maybe drones can’t do everything, but the number of uses for these unmanned aerial vehicles seems […]

The top drones for aerial photography

What you need to know before flying a drone

4 Rules to Remember Before Flying Your Drone

If you’re one of the 1.1 million Americans who received a drone last holiday season, you’ve probably broken it in with numerous test flights. If you haven’t already, here are a few rules you should consider before taking flight with your drone. Below, we’ve share a list of what you need to know before flying […]


Drone That Can See in the Dark Could be Coming Soon

By now, we’ve all heard the stories about how drones can deliver packages or medical supplies, record a wedding ceremony, carry out a military mission, or survey a large plot of land. But what if drones could do all of these things in the dark? According to an article in USA Today, that type of […]

New drones can see in the dark

An airport for drones to be built in Rwanda

First Airport for Drones to Be Built in Rwanda

I think it’s safe to say that we all knew this was coming. As the popularity of drones continues to rise, one country has announced plans to build the first airport for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the world. According to an article by Lily Kuo for Quartz, Rwanda’s Civil Aviation Authority is drafting regulations […]


Santa Clara to Welcome Big Crowds, Not Drones for Super Bowl 50

This year, the most popular sporting event in the United States will take place near San Francisco and is expected to draw over 70,000 people to the Bay Area on Sunday. While the city will certainly welcome the tens of thousands of Super Bowl fans in town for the big game, one particular group isn’t […]

"No Drones Zone" in effect at Super Bowl 50

The best drones under $200

The Best Drones Under $200 to Give This Christmas

Well, Black Friday has passed and Cyber Monday is in the rear view mirror, which means time is running out to finish up your shopping before the big day. If your son, grandson, or nephew (heck, even your husband) has asked for a drone this holiday season, we have some information that may help you […]


Drones Are This Year’s Hot Holiday Item

Move over, Tickle Me Elmo. This year’s hot holiday item is the drone. According to a story at CNBC.com, roughly 700,000 drones are expected to ship in the U.S. this year, up 63 percent from 2014. French drone manufacturer Parrot, who has a partnership with Apple, Sprint, and Best Buy, started selling its devices in […]

Drones for Christmas Presents

Two-way Radio Rentals for Security

Two-Way Radio With GPS Helps Boost Response Times

Let’s say you’re the head of a mall security team on Black Friday. At some point during your shift, you get a call from a store employee about a theft or a fight that has broken out in the store. Rather than sending out a blanket message, wouldn’t it be nice to connect with the […]


Drone-Freezing Ray Developed by British Firms

Talk of drones is everywhere and it likely won’t be long before they’re dotting the skies. It’s exciting to think about in many ways, but when it comes to our national security, it’s easy to see why this might be a problem. Fortunately, three firms in the UK has already created a system to help […]

A drone-freezing ray has been developed by British firms.

Photo of MQ-9 Reaper drone aircraft (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Brian Ferguson)

U.S. Looks to Position Drones in North Africa

In an effort to “ramp up surveillance” of Islamic State in Libya, the U.S. is talking with countries in North Africa about positioning drones at a base on their soil, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Government officials believe that establishing this type of base would “help eliminate what counterterrorism officials described […]