Good morning, lots of news today about the U.S. Government wanting powers to destroy drones, Yuneec with their new Tyhpoon H Plus drone, a Congressional report that says the FAA is too strict and much more other news. We also have an amazing drone video of dolphins that are showing local surfers who really rule the waves. A must watch. Enjoy!
- U.S. Government wants new powers to seize and destroy drones in the National Airspace
- Yuneec introduces the Typhoon H Plus with Intel RealSense™ and other new and upgraded features
- Congressional report says that FAA’s commercial drone rules are too strict and prevent our society to benefit from UAS
- Drone video shows venue of Trump-Kim Singapore summit at the Capella Resort on Sentosa Island
- UK record broken as SenSat’s fixed-wing drone flies 7.5 miles beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS)
- Onboard video footage from Israeli drones as they take down a ‘fire kite’
- The FAA just released an updated version of the Remote Pilot – Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Certification and Recurrent Knowledge Testing) – Airman Certification Standards
- Wired: Startup working on contentious Pentagon project was hacked
- Confirmed: A drone flew into Birmingham Airport’s airspace in an alert on Monday afternoon
- Meet the LeveTop Camera-Drone That Looks Like a High-Tech Thermos
- Harrisburg University hosts week-long drone camp
Today’s video is simply amazing. It was shot by Richard Melvill and shows dolphins surfing the waves of Umdloti Beach in Durban, South Africa. I can only imagine what a sight that must have been for the local surfers in the water. Although by the looks of the video, they seemed unfazed. Maybe this happens all the time?
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