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Diana Nyad Arrives in Key West After 111-Mile Swim From Cuba

Diana Nyad Arrives in Key West After 111 Mile Swim From Cuba

Finally She made it !
Diana Nyad has arrived in Key West after her 53hrs swimming from Cuba. Miami Aerial is proud to have contributed a few aerial sequences to the documentary about her journey to become the first person crossing the Florida strait without a shark cage.
The aerial video sequences were probably the first one made during summer 2012 with an Quadrocopter flying in Cuba.
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Thaumetopoea processionea (oak procession moth) combate in germany with UAVs

By Brandenburg-Aktuell News
The rapid spread of the Oak Processionary Moth in Germany in recent years and the sometimes serious health impairments with which it is associated highlight the need for systematic monitoring.
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UAV-shortdown-Turkey-protests

Turkish police shoot down unmanned aircraft above protest

By Matthew Schroyer
Over the past two weeks, thousands of protesters have rallied at Gezi in Turkey’s capital, Ankara, against the government’s plans to raze the public park and turn it into a commercial zone and military barracks. Police have responded with tear gas, water hoses, and batons. The sudden explosion of political dissatisfaction has shocked the usually peaceful country, along with much of the world. Read more

DJI Introduces New EVO System for Aerial Cinematography

DJI, one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers in UAV systems, launched the EVO System for professional cinematographers.

The upgraded system is comprised of the S800 EVO Airframe, the Zenmuse EVO  gimbal and the A2M flight controller.  Developed for film and TV production, the  EVO System marks the most advanced platform for highly-effective unmanned  aerial cinematography.

The EVO System is designed for the most demanding digital video  professionals, providing a safer and more economic alternative to full-scale  helicopter use. The EVO System enables shot never before possible. Read more

Drone-Pilots-Are-Found-to-Get-Stress-Disorders

UAV Pilots are found to get stress disorders - me too ...

By James Dao
but only positive stress in enjoying while i am flying.

In the first study of its kind, researchers with the Defense Department have found that pilots of drone aircraft experience mental health problems like depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress at the same rate as pilots of manned aircraft who are deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan.

The study affirms a growing body of research finding health hazards even for those piloting machines from bases far from actual combat zones.
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UAS test site competition

FAA to begin UAS test site competition this month

By: Mark Rockwell
The Federal Aviation Administration will launch its competition for test sites for unmanned aircraft systems by the beginning of March, said the agency’s head of unmanned systems integration.

Jim Williams, director of the agency’s UAS integration office, announced the schedule at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) Program Review 2013, which took place in McLean, VA.
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Drones for the masses: New possibilities in personal aerial vehicles

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Copter technology is now close to mass market; over 300,000 units of an iPhone-controlled quadrocopter have been sold to private users around the world. The opportunities for future applications of UAV technologies seem to be limited only by our imagination (and by national air space regulation).
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Several U.S. Drones Openly Broadcast Secret Video Feeds

By Noah Shachtman and David Axe

Four years after discovering that militants were tapping into drone video feeds, the U.S. military still hasn’t secured the transmissions of more than half of its fleet of Predator and Reaper drones, Danger Room has learned. Read more

Push for more drones in U.S. comes from drone makers

By G.Martin and V.Novak

The federal government is rushing to open America’s skies to tens of thousands  of drones — pushed to do so by a law championed by manufacturers of the unmanned  aircraft. Read more

Kickstarter project QFO, Real-Life Aerial Gaming Quadrocopter, Mimix™ Tilt-to-Fly controller and NanoQ™ copter

Another UA Kickstarter project takes off, this one has the potential to change how military multicopters might be flown. An impressive total already, at the time of writing, 303 backers and $36,189 pledged of the $230,000 goal! Read more

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