On today’s episode, Paul talks about his experience at Interdrone 2017. Paul talks about some of the newest drone products and innovative technologies that were showcased at Interdrone. Additionally, he interviews Yuneec and Colorado Drone Chargers about their newest products. We hope you enjoy! Fly safe!
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[00:28] In today’s episode Paul talks about his experience at Interdrone 2017
[00:50] What was the main focus at Interdrone 2017?
[01:02] Which were some of the latest products and innovative technologies launched at Interdrone 2017?
[01:02] Paul discusses some of the awesome capabilities of the newly launched hydrogen celled drone
[01:23] Understanding the specifications and applications of the newly launched Fleur Duo Pro R
[01:55] Why is the Fleur Duo Pro R such a great camera for those worried about data security?
[02:30] Does the Fleur Duo Pro R give you good bang for the buck?
[03:59] Find out why the Exmor 2 sensor that comes with the E290 camera in Yuneec H520 renders it more suitable for mapping as compared to the Phantom 4 Pro and Exmor 1 combination
[05:36] Paul interviews Yuneec and quizzes them on the H520
[05:50] What is so great about the hardware and software in Yuneec H520?
[06:39] Understanding the awesome capabilities of the E290 camera and the rationale behind using the Exmor 2 sensor
[07:39] With the introduction of high voltage batteries, what kind of flight time can pilots expect with the Yuneec H520?
[08:04] Learn how the Yuneec H520 manages to keep your data secure
[08:49] Is the H520 connected with the internet while flying?
[09:22] Paul interviews Ryan who has come out with an app for controlling the Yuneec H520 for mapping
[09:36] Ryan shares with listeners some of the advantages of using the “Datapilot” app
[09:47] Can you plan your mapping mission on the Yuneec H520 on a data connection aside from the drone itself?
[11:31] Can you set a numerical angle value while doing angular elevation orbits, a critical capability while mapping?
[13:09] Paul interviews the Colorado Drone Chargers
[13:24] Which drone batteries can the Colorado quad charger be used for?
[14:13] Is there any specific reason for the drone charger coming in a bag?
[15:57] Paul recommends Energen batteries, another vendor that participated in the Interdrone 2017
[16:40] Paul questions if the fixed wing drones are able to communicate well with other mapping applications
[18:20] Paul wonders if bigger manufacturers will mimic the coaxial, dual blade design of Ascent Aerosystems