Operating Drone Aircraft for Research

Aerial photography, having a extensive history of using fixed- wing and helicopter aircraft to fly the camera, is heading in the direction of launching unmanned aircraft for their tasks. Drone aircraft, previously available for military missions, are now being employed by other government agencies, research colleges, and a small group of private businesses. New uses for drones by NASA and NOAA see them flying into tropical depressions. The drone has the capability of continually remaining aloft for 30 hours in the midst of any probable hurricane, a feat impossible with fixed- wing, piloted aircraft. We achieve these quality results largely capitalizing on natural light, which avoids time-consuming and bulky equipment in your space done by Aerial photographer Charlotte.

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21 April 2014 | Media Arts Entertainment