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Data Capture or Data Analysis... this is the Drone Dollar Question???

Posted by Kesley Kernes on

Data Capture or Data Analysis... this is the Drone Dollar Question???

There is a growing idea that drone photography is an incredible industry to get involved in. Imagine being out doors, wind on your face, sun on your skin filming incredible sites, capturing crop related imagery, scanning structural component of industry assets such as buildings, smoke stacks, power lines, roof tops, and much more. The feeling of an outdoor business, where you are the boss and calling the shots is truly enticing.  What I've learnt is that although capturing drone footage of assets is an enticing way to make a living, it is much like the Personal Training Industry.  When the...

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Fishing Drones

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Fishing Drones

Meet the Perfect Fully Waterproof Fishing Drone... As the weather hots up and the urge to get a line in the water starts to build, so do those emotions of losing tackle, hooking rocks and casting your bait off into the distance while your sinker and hook head in a total different direction!... Well, think of this no more... Splash Drones has created the perfect, fully waterproof Fishing Drone which includes a line release mechanism, camera to view your release spot and bright orange colour so the fishing drone is easily visible in the sky and water. Fishing drones have been used by charter...

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Red tape cut for remotely piloted aircraft

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Red tape cut for remotely piloted aircraft

Regulatory requirements for an important sector of the booming remotely piloted aircraft industry are being eased. Commercial operators of very small remotely piloted aircraft will no longer need to obtain a number of regulatory approvals. This includes an operator’s certificate and a remote pilot licence. The move will cut regulatory costs for operators by thousands of dollars, save time and reduce paperwork. The changes, which take effect in late September 2016, apply to remotely piloted aircraft used in commercial operations weighing less than two kilograms maximum take-off weight. These operators will simply need to notify the Civil Aviation Safety Authority...

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Cheap Price or Warranty, That Is The Question?

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Cheap Price or Warranty, That Is The Question?

So You Think You Are Getting A Good Deal On Your Drone or Action Camera, But What Are You Not Getting?  I have to admit, I’ve jumped on Google and performed a search for a Drone, GoPro or other piece of electronic equipment based solely on price, and I’ve often been flabbergasted by the price variation for the exact some item, especially when I know that what’s in the box has been manufactured and sealed into the box by a well known and trusted brand name. So why this MASSIVE PRICE Variation and what am I not getting when I buy at...

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Surfski Ocean Kayaking - Nobbys (NSW)

Posted by Kesley Kernes on

Surfski Ocean Kayaking - Nobbys (NSW)

Nobbys has a great selection of Surf Ski options. Starting a paddle from the Nobbys Surf Club Boatshed gives you so many awesome paddling options. From a 10km paddle around Stockton Bridge, to heading up past Honeysuckle to Carrington Boatsheds which is often a calm smooth paddle, to paddling out the harbour to catch runners along Stockton Beach, to charging past Nobbys Beach to Merewether Beach, if you're looking to get out of the shore breeze. On Friday morning we charged out of the barbour, into the turbulent open ocean where we smashed through waves to make it to the...

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