May 29, 2017

Delivering the game ball at sports events used to be a rather mundane task, but not in the age of drones. Now it’s a opportunity for pre-game competition to see who can deliver the ball in more spectacular fashion.

Auburn University got the ball flying last fall at a football game with Texas A&M. “It started on one end of the field then flew around to the other end before dropping it into the hands of Aubie the Tiger,” USA Today reported.

May 16, 2017

You know you’re industry has hit the big time when the Harvard Business Review is calling it a “big idea,” and drones reached that pinnacle this week. The magazine published a comprehensive look at the drone economy from the perspective of a man who is part of it – Chris Anderson, the CEO of 3DR […]

May 13, 2017

The organizers behind a Midwestern drone festival today took to heart the adage about making lemonade when life hands you lemons. The event came together after an illegal drone flight led to a partnership between the pilot and the park ranger who busted him. The pilot was Aaron Begle of Hele Productions, and he made […]