Drone Blogs

Get the Latest Drone Industry News & Updates on DroneVideos.com

  • US Air Force Introduces a New Military Drone: XQ-58 Valkyrie

    The United States War Department established the first version of the US Air Force on August 1, 1907. The Air Force was largely responsible for winning World War II. During the early years of the Air Force, the military’s strategy was to find strength in numbers with nearly 300,000 combat aircraft. When the US military... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • Port St. Lucie Police Department Using Drones to Help Locate Missing People

    A child going missing is one of the worst nightmares a parent can face. It is something that happens every day. Out in public spaces like parks, beaches, or shopping centers, children can easily wander off accidentally. Kids even wander off from their own homes and become lost. Young kids may think they know where... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • Unidentified Drones Were Spotted Flying Over Multiple US Navy Ships

    Dave Beaty has won many awards, including an Emmy, for his documentary videography skills. He is also an expert in drones and perfecting camera gimbal systems for them. Always looking for subject material, he stumbled across an interesting log entry from the USS Kidd, a United States Navy destroyer. The log entry, which Dave Tweeted... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • Using Drones to Locate and Safely Remove Land Mines

    In the 1920’s, disputes over the constitution of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes in the newly formed nation of Yugoslavia began to fester. By 1991, violence between the opposing peoples led to what has been generally termed the Balkan Crisis. In 2001, after the reorganization of internationally accepted states, peace was met. During... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • Underwater Drones Finding Sunken Ships Under the Golden Gate Bridge

    On January 5, 1933, construction on the Golden Gate Bridge commenced. Engineered by Joseph Strauss, the bridge took 4 years to complete and cost more than $35 million. When the bridge opened to the public on May 27, 1937, it was the world’s longest and tallest suspension bridge spanning 4,200ft and reaching 746ft into the... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Adding Drone Unit to Their Police Department

     Technology has changed the way police officers can carry out their civic duties. One of the most valuable tools police have at their disposal comes from multiple forms of recording devices. Security cameras help officers investigate possible crime scenes. Images from satellite cameras help build comprehensive maps that officers use for navigation. Cameras on... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • A Seaside Community In England to Begin Using Drones to Monitor Litter and Trash

    There is no denying that COVID-19 has changed the entire world. The global pandemic has affected human interactions, the economy, healthcare, the education system, how government operates, how we shop, basically everything. COVID-19 has even had an impact on the environment, both positive and negative. In June of 2020, a team of researchers looking at... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
  • IKEA Warehouses Begin Using Drones to Keep Track of Inventory

    When Ingvar Kamprad was only 17 years old, he began a mail order furniture company. Making an acronym from his name, his family farm (Elmtyrad), and its neighboring town (Agunnayrd), Innvar founded IKEA which would go on to become the world’s largest furniture retailer. IKEA now has more than 440 warehouses and 80 stores around... Read More

    Service Type: Location: View Contents:
Start Your Order
We Offer a Variety of Drone Video Packages
to Fit Your Needs and Budget