Here East, London’s home for making based at the former Press and Broadcast Centres on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, today launches a short promotional film to demonstrate its vision and reveal the spirit of invention and discovery that lies at the heart of Here East’s offer to the tech, creative and making communities.
Forty crew members, a six tonne, thirty foot technocrane, a 4K drone and one hand-crafted robot were commissioned specifically by Here East to launch its marketing strategy and to create the unique footage of this ground-breaking London 2012 legacy project. The film aims to capture the attention of those entrepreneurial, creative businesses looking to scale, as well as established companies seeking to become more entrepreneurial.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7422451-here-east-enlists-robots-drones/
Presenting you our personal picks for the best camera drones in 2017. The selection was done based on various vital aspects such as camera pixels, lens, video streaming capabilities, image stabilising features, 360-degree rotations etc.
While you would have watched these top camera drones in the above video, we are summarising the list below !!
# 10. DBPOWER UDI U842 Predator
#9. Holy Stone F181 RC Quadcopter
#8. Hubsan H109S X4 Pro
#7. Voomall Syma X8G RC Drone Quadcopter
#6. Yoneec Typhoon H
#5. DJI Phantom 4 Pro Quadcopter
#4. Q500 Typhoon 4K
VolAero Drones is working with famed outdoorsman Bill Booth to demonstrate that drones equipped with the latest thermal imaging equipment can effectively spot and track pythons at night – the prime hunting time. Over 100,000 Burmese pythons infesting the Florida Everglades have decimated 90 percent of small wildlife while surviving all attempts at eradication.
“Python hunters finally have a tool to make hunting more efficient, bringing down the python numbers that are devastating Florida’s Everglades,” said Booth. “This drone and thermal technology is light-years ahead of shining a flashlight into the darkness and hoping for the best. The thermal imagery picked up not just the monster pythons, but also native snakes as small as 18 inches. This suggests that we’ll be able to spot and eliminate clusters of python hatchlings, which will help curb their reproductive cycle.”
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