In this episode of the podcast, I discuss the latest products from 3DRobotics, the Solo, and DJI, the Phantom 3.
In this episode of the podcast, I break down “drones over Paris” incidents with a timeline of the events. I explore the media frenzy over a letter that a UAV hobbyist received from the FAA where they equate his monetized YouTube videos as a commercial endeavor. I interview the aforementioned hobbyist Jayson Hanes to get a first-person account of what really happened.
In this episode of the UAV not Drone podcast, I talk about the new set of proposed regulations by the FAA for commercial UAV use in the United States. I interview Brant Hadaway, a practicing attorney that specializes in UAS laws and regulation to discuss the FAA’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for small unmanned aerial systems.
In Episode 02 of the UAVnotDrone podcast, host Julian Melo summarizes the incident where a drone landed at the White House lawn on January 26 2015 at 3 in the morning and the series of events that happened after.
In the premiere episode of the UAVnotDrone podcast, host Julian Melo explains the purpose the podcast, along with his background in unmanned aerial vehicles. He discusses the use of the word “drone” and its negative connotation.
He also talks about the AirDog, an autonomous quadcopter with a successful Kickstarter campain and their latest prototype unveiled at CES 2015.
Finally, “Drones in the News” a segment that highlights the latest stories that the media is talking about.
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*Update #2: Accepted into Stitcher! Now you can listen via the Android app.