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Are you ready for a photography podcast which breaks the mold and will not put you to sleep? Are you ready to actually have fun while learning? Are you ready to learn from an award-winning photojournalist with decades of experience you can benefit from? Join thousands of photographers from around the world who enjoy Sharky's weekly podcast where you'll have fun, improve your photography and solve those pesky problems you've been having. Leave voicemails, send in your questions and get answers!
 
The commercial drone industry is projected to be worth more than $20 billion in the next 10 years. Commercial Drones FM is the podcast for the drone industry. Your host, Ian Smith—a helicopter pilot and international drone operator—analyzes the drone industry, guides you in discovering the people who power it, the concepts that drive it, and the global industries who already use drones in their businesses today. The podcast also explores eVTOL aircraft, urban air mobility, and flying cars (a ...
 
Starting off in the Drone Industry can be tricky and has a few pitfalls for those not prepared. Droneit has been in the Industry for over 5 years and we want to share our experiences, both good and bad. From starting out to dealing with clients, weather and the indusrty itself we will go over the topics you need to be aware of flying Drones for business and play. Join us for some lauhgs, great tips and information to get you into the Drone Industry.
 
The Nordic Drones Podcast is a project from The Liraman Experience with a little help from friends, especially the Tongång records company and the Swedish drone music forum piping.se. The podcasts will deal mainly with Swedish and Nordic folk music, leaning heavily on drone instruments like the bagpipes and that very special Swedish instrument, the nyckelharpa. The Nordic Drones podcasts are presented in English by Jan Winter. Please write and tell us what you think. You can listen to the po ...
 
Welcome to the Drone's Eye View podcast where 19 year old Entrepreneur Jayden Hefner will be talking about things from drones, business, motivation, and success stories! If you have ever thought about getting into the drone industry, and don't know where to begin. Now is the best time, and everything you need to know about how to start a drone business is right here. We hope with these podcasts you can use this info and take action to help you either create a drone business, or just any busi ...
 
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Deep Space Drones

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Accelerating technology has implications across the spectrum, from us living longer healthier lives, solving the worlds biggest problems, to opening up space exploration like never before. This is Deep Space Drones. The podcast that deconstructs the latest science and technology breakthroughs, the obsticles they face, and the opportunities they create.
 
Join “Drones On-Air” powered by EnviroDrone for an exhilarating flight through drone exploration, discovery and innovation. Learn from drone professionals who are innovating the industry and how their disruptive technology is changing the world around us. Ryan Cant, founder and CEO of EnviroDrone is the host of “Drones On-Air.” Ryan is a commercial drone builder, pilot and visionary. Follow EnviroDrone on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit the website for more information. www.faceboo ...
 
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Skydio CEO, Adam Bry, joins the podcast to discuss the company's newest product, Skydio 2—the world's smartest drone. Bry explains the big differences between R1 and Skydio 2, the underlying technology, and commercial applications from partners like Ware, who build on top of Skydio 2 to automate warehouse inventory tracking. In the second half of t…
 
Impossible Aerospace is a US startup that manufactures an all-electric, high-endurance multirotor drone called US-1. The drone platform is marketed mainly towards first responders—law enforcement, firefighters, and more. US-1 boasts a flight time of 78 minutes on a total vehicle weight of 17 pounds. Keenan Johnson, one of Impossible Aerospace's co-…
 
Drew Baustian, Business Development Manager at MicaSense, joins Ian to explain the finer points of multispectral drone cameras and imagery for precision agriculture. The pair discuss data capture, the science behind the tech, and use cases where multispectral imagery has been a difference-maker for agriculture end users. MicaSense recently released…
 
LAFD is one of the largest fire departments in the world. Derrick Ward, a firefighter with 30 years of experience, is spearheading the use of drones as Lead UAS Pilot at LAFD. As Derrick reveals, there are many ways to use drones in fighting fires and on search and rescue missions. But the way to truly supercharge them is by sticking thermal camera…
 
Travis Mason is VP and Head of Certification & Regulation, Urban Air Mobility at Airbus. Travis most recently was MC at AUVSI's XPONENTIAL Conference 2019—the largest global gathering of unmanned systems technology in the world. Travis previously was Chief of Staff at Google X and worked with the Wing team on delivery drones. He's passionate about …
 
What is the most abundant life in the Universe? That’s a bold question, considering we have yet to see undisputed proof that ET even exists. The only model we have, is on Earth. So let’s unpack that, and see what we end up with. Earth, 4.6 billion years old. That’s our scale. The scale has already been split into four eons. The first eon is called …
 
AirMap is a California-based startup that has raised $43.6M to help companies coordinate and scale drone operations in ever-changing airspace conditions. David Hose is AirMap's current CEO. Ian and David discuss: AirMap's history and current offerings LAANC, BVLOS, Remote ID, UTM DJI replacing AirMap with PrecisionHawk's airspace product AirMap's s…
 
Our sensors are picking up, no wait, we have a visual. Computer, put it on screen. Whoa, that’s new. The image is showing two, not one but two planets in orbit around it’s parent star. It’s not exactly a hi rez image, but it’s enough to be only the second time a multi-planetary system has been captured using direct imaging. The host star is called …
 
Indoor drone inspections have become an enormous ROI booster for energy companies who own and operate industrial assets. Patrick Thevoz is CEO of Flyability, a Swiss company who specializes in building indoor inspection drones. Their latest drone, Elios 2, is an impressive feat of engineering. Patrick joins Ian to discuss the value that indoor insp…
 
The Great 415ppm CO2 Event All planets, as far as we know, have atmospheres. We can see alien atmospheres by looking at the light from their own sun passing through them. When looking for new life, a target atmosphere must be able to protect life on the surface. Although the sun gives life, without the right kind of atmosphere, the Sun's rays can b…
 
It’s in our DNA. That’s a big statement. For life to build itself up, it needs structure which comes from the elements, carbon, oxygen, calcium, everything that we find in stars. But to take all that building material, and turn it into a living, breathing life form, well you’re gonna need instructions. A, T, C, & G. Every living thing we know of ha…
 
In the early 2000s, data about extra solar planets was trickling in at dial-up modem speed. As of right now May, 2019, we have data on l over 4’000 planets. Exoplanet are detected using a handful of methods. One way, called the transit method, is the best way to find and learn about most of them. When a planet crosses the path (transits) between us…
 
In our continuing quest to discover alien life one question keeps popping up. How will we recognize alien life when we find it? Life is a word with multiple meanings. We don’t yet have a perfect definition for what life is, but it hasn’t stopped us from trying. What we have done is define some of life’s main attributes. 1. Life is chemistry based, …
 
You’re about to hear an in-the-field, or rather, “around-the-pool” compilation of quick-take interviews with people with different backgrounds from 15 drone companies at Commercial UAV Expo 2018. The UAV Expo it’s a great place to be in October and perfectly situated and spaced 6-months from AUVSI’s XPONENTIAL so if you wanted, you can hit those tw…
 
Jono Millin is co-founder and Chief Customer Officer (CCO) at DroneDeploy, a software company that specializes in building solutions for mapping business assets with drones. Jono goes in-depth into how DroneDeploy is leveraging computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to augment their in-house photogrammetry pipeline, Map Engi…
 
Can you imagine yourself buzzing around the urban landscape in a flying car in 2025? Bell—and companies such as Uber and Airbus—really want you to be. Whether you call it a flying taxi, a flying car, eVTOL aircraft, passenger drone, or air taxi, it all means the same thing—the future of urban mobility is approaching and it will manifest in electric…
 
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