Cambodian students test fly single-passenger drone, powered by lots of heart

single-passenger drone

College students in Cambodia have produced the prototype of single-passenger drone they hope to develop for eventual use as air taxi transportation and an aerial asset for firefighters. Though only backed by limited funding, the aspiring engineers say their project was driven by the simple desire to solve a few of society’s problems.

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DJI Academy and RMUS Canada launch drone pilot training program

DJI’s official pilot training program is coming to Canada. DJI has teamed up with leading drone fleet management and training company RMUS Canada, which has, in turn, created a network consisting of some of the very best drone training companies in the country. Together, they’ll be offering commercial and recreational pilots the DJI Academy UTC program, as well as RMUS Aircraft Certification Programs.

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How teachers are using drones to make math fun for kids

How do you design a lesson plan that students wouldn’t forget in a hurry? You introduce drones in the classroom.

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Discount for DroneDJ readers on drone cinematography ‘MasterClass’

Looking to up your skills as an aerial cinematographer/photographer? This might just be the ticket.

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Drone conferences start returning for 2021…

As COVID-19 vaccinations roll out, organizers of the big 2021 drone conferences are planning for gatherings, both in-person and hybrid. Let’s take a look at what’s in the pipeline.

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Darwin Awards: The drone edition

It has been, thankfully, a while since we’ve seen someone do something really stupid with a drone. That streak of relative sanity has come to an end with this video.

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