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Can Drones Be Imported to India? The Bid to Boost Local Manufacturing

Thinking of importing drones to India? Well, I have some bad news for you. So let’s cut to the chase. Can drones be imported to India? To promote the making of drones in the local market, India’s central government banned importing of drones. The ban stopped the importation of SKD (Semi Knocked Down), CKD (Completely …

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Dronut X1

Cleo Dronut X1 Bi-Rotor Drone: The Drone Without Visible Propellers

We are used to drones with at least 4 propellers, or 1 when talking about RC helicopters. But Cleo Robotics have taken the world by storm with a drone that doesn’t seem to have propellers, the Dronut X1. The Dronut X1 is a donut-inspired drone perfect for confined spaces and environments where GPS can’t be …

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10 Tips to Capture Incredible Drone Nature Photography Shots.

The sky is the limit when it comes to drone photography. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to take a photo from above, drone photography is the answer. These versatile aerial photography tools can capture nature shots and sweeping cityscapes to shoot videos and create breathtaking digital art. So if you’re a beginner interested …

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AirMap Application

What Is AirMap for Drones and How To Use It?

Drone flying is getting rapidly popularized both as a hobby and a professional and AirMap is a really useful tool for drones. So understanding flight spaces, boundaries, flight checklists, airspace management, and even communicating with other drone flyers are definitely things you need to learn to effectively fly and progress. Airmap is a digital airspace …

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IP Ratings for Drones: A Quick Overview.

IP (International Protection Marking) ratings are the standard used to classify a product’s resistance against water and dust.  IP ratings usually include two numbers in their rating, where the first number represents the solid particle protection, and the second number indicates the protection against liquids. When insignificant data has been gathered, there is no number …

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