Good morning, here are yesterday’s headlines. We have news from Hawaii where a drone helped rescue workers and a resident find their way back to safety. The new cover of Time magazine showing almost one thousand drones and the photo itself is also taken by a drone. Eli Tamanaha joins PrecisionHawk. And lastly, a garbage driver caught by a DJI Spark. For our video today we have a special one called: “welcome to hell.” Enjoy!
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- Drone helps guide rescue workers and resident back to safety after successful rescue mission from approaching lava in Kilauea, Hawaii
- Check out this cover of TIME Magazine – The drone age is here!
- Eli Tamanaha, co-founder and former CTO DroneBase, Joins PrecisionHawk as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives
- Caught by a DJI Spark drone – Garbage driver trashes trash cans in Del Mar community
For today we have a special video showing Mount Etna in Sicily, Italy. The footage was recorded 2 years ago already by Lumen Art Studio and the short video is called: “Welcome to Hell.” Here is what the maker had to say about the clip:
“Welcome to Hell. These were the first words my guide and founder of etnawalk.it – Giuseppe Distefano mentioned when we arrive on the summit. For me, it was rather videographers paradise. Steaming fumaroles, deep craters. Colorful surface. What more can you expect. And on top of that – acceptable wind conditions. So I was safe to fly and capture this wonderful footage.
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