Can a 30kg battery-powered drone go from 0-100kph in less than a second? With a top speed of 200kph? And can it lift 300kg? The answer to these questions is yes, says Chris Ballard, ceo of Melbourne-based Freedom Drone Sports. Continue reading
PCS Edventures!.com, Inc., (PCSV) a leading provider of K-12 Science and Engineering (STEM) programs and leader in the design and manufacturing of precision technology for drone racing and robotics has announced a distribution agreement for the new Riot first person view (FPV) racing drone with Unmanned Aerial Systems Ltd. (UAS) from the UK.
Air racing was a powerful driver of both technology and public awareness in the early days of aviation. Motor racing has been the proving ground for advances in the automotive industry. Will the emergence of drone racing do the same for unmanned aircraft? Continue reading
It’s the coolest sport you’ve never heard of, and now drone racing is exploding across New Zealand. Two leagues have kicked off since January, with the first national championship already underway, and a trans-Tasman battle planned for later in the year. Continue reading