Good morning, today’s drone video is from John Kay who has made a short clip of the construction currently underway to build the Rams-Chargers LA Stadium. Projects like these are massive undertakings and it fascinating to watch them build it. Be sure to check it out! As far as yesterday’s headlines, we have news on drones being tested by the NSW Government in Australia to spot sharks. An Intel drone show during the Audi e-tron launch event. New hires for DJI. The DJI Multilink connector shows up in Amsterdam and wireless, in-flight charging for drones. Grab a coffee and jump in!
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- Australian scientists are testing drones to study sharks and to use as a safety device
- Audi kicks off e-tron launch with 850 Intel Shooting Star drones in an indoor and outdoor light show
- DJI hires David Hansell and Jordan Cross to expand drone policy advocacy and government relations
- DJI Multilink connector for the Inspire 2 shows up in Amsterdam
- Wireless, in-flight charging allows drones to stay in the air for an infinite amount of time
Today’s drone video
Today’s video is for all the Rams and Chargers fans out there. It was shot with the DJI Mavic Pro and shows the Rams-Chargers Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park. The stadium is expected to open in 2020 and is currently still under construction. The video was shot by John Kay and many fans thanked him for the drone footage in the YouTube comments section. Just like with Apple Park, it’s fascinating to see big construction projects progressing over time.
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