The U.S. Department of Transportation on Monday announced new rules that would allow drones to fly over crowds of people and at night without waivers. Current Federal Aviation Administration regulations do not permit […] The post You May Soon Be Able to Fly Drones Over a Crowd, At Night appeared first on View original article at Geek

With commercial operators in mind, the U.S. government is looking to loosen restrictions on drone flights with a set of proposals that would allow the machines greater freedom to fly over populated areas and also at night. The post Drones: New rules could soon allow flights over people and at night appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

You’re probably familiar with instagram accounts that have crazy cool drone footage of city landscapes, but what about the world beneath the waves? Navatics’ MITO is here to make underwater photos and videos more accessible, at a $1,499 price tag. Check out our video to learn more about how this aquatic drone can improve your shots on or in the water. Read more.. View original article at Mashable

From a pool of thousands of entries submitted from around the world by talented professional photographers and amateur drone photo enthusiasts, three images emerged as winners of Dronestagram’s 5th Annual International Drone Photography Contest. […] The post Dronestagram Reveals Winners of International Drone Photography Contest 2018 appeared first on View original article at Geek

Heathrow and Gatwick airports are stocking up on anti-drone equipment, according to The Guardian. The UK’s busiest airfields have invested millions of pounds in military-grade drone-fighting gear after a UAV disruption grounded some […] The post Report: UK Airports Invest Millions in Anti-Drone Tech appeared first on View original article at Geek