Skydio makes a move on filmmakers with KeyFrame autonomous drone cinematography

Skydio KeyFrame ai drone

Skydio’s AI-equipped autonomous drones are set to get even better with the release of a new feature today: Skydio KeyFrame. This skill allows Skydio 2 and Skydio 2+ drone users to design and capture smooth, complex cinematic shots with just a few taps. And the results speak for themselves.

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Skydio 2 drones again slashed to Black Friday sale prices

California-based drone manufacturer Skydio is giving shoppers who missed the company’s Black Friday mega-sale a second chance by again offering its virtually crash-proof Skydio 2 drone at a steeply reduced $949.

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Skydio 2 drone drops to all-time low price of $949 in early Black Friday deal

Skydio is kicking off its Black Friday holiday sale early this year. The US-based drone manufacturer is offering a serious discount on its highly-capable Skydio 2 craft, bringing the starting price to an all-time low of $949.

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Skydio 2 update improves autonomous return behavior, wifi pairing, height ceiling, more

Skydio 2 pilots have a feature-packed software release awaiting their drones today. Version 15.10 introduces new flight safety features and usability improvements that will enhance the ownership experience.

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Skydio 3D Scan webinar reveals intense interest in software

Time flies in the drone world. Just last week, Skydio launched its 3D Scan software with a major online event filmed at the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Thousands attended that presentation, and a lot of people had questions. Today, Skydio put on a webinar to recap the software and answer some of those queries.

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Bridge inspection company multiplies new business 70-fold using Skydio

When it first sought to boost business and improve the quality of its service, bridge inspection specialist Japan Infrastructure Waymark (JIW) turned to drones – yet was quickly disappointed with the performance delivered. Rather than dump the entire technology, however, JIW pivoted to automated, AI-enhanced Skydio craft and watched its activity blast off.

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