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Australian farmers develop special drones to keep track of livestock
Csiro and Ruralco have announced a partnership that will see the latest digital technology, including drones, applied to Australian agriculture...
Fly under the radar: DJI develops an incognito mode for their drones
DJI is developing a new local data mode that stops internet traffic to and from its flight control apps...
Drones could restore the Earth by planting a billion trees within a year
BioCarbonEngineering claims that their drone technology could curb deforestation and restore the Earth...
Enterprise IoT 'mainstream' in Australia, as businesses embrace emerging tech
IoT, AI, AR, blockchain - they're not technologies for the future for Australian businesses who are already embracing the new technologies.
Use hand gestures to take the ultimate selfie with the DJI Spark
DJI released new features for its Spark camera drone that makes it easier than ever to capture and share special moments...
The sky is falling! Keep an eye out for drones plummeting from the heavens
Several drone users have complained that their UAVs are losing power mid-flight...
The mini-drone swarm is coming! MIT researchers crack the code to miniaturising UAVs
“Imagine buying a bottle-cap-sized drone that can integrate with your phone..."
NZ startup first to be accepted by prestigious US tech accelerator
Dotterel was founded by three brothers in 2015 to address drone noise in aerial cinematography.
New Zealand is the capital for groundbreaking drone tech
“C-Prize can be just the nudge that people with ideas and ambition need to create a tangible concept and achieve international success."
A/NZ defence startups gear up for Techstars Adelaide accelerator
Budding defence-tech startups from around A/NZ, India and the US are part of the very first Techstars Adelaide accelerator.
AI, big data and drones, are these the future of NZ businesses?
New and innovative technology is in strong demand across all industries, including services such healthcare...
Drone film festival coming to A/NZ
Drone Film Festival Australia and New Zealand will screen across 11 major cities in A/NZ...
Three of the coolest drones on the market right now
There is a drone to suit nearly every person and budget, here are three epic drones you could own right now...
Drone pilots get ready to compete! The 2017 SkyPixel contest is here
It's time to strap on your director's cap, as the largest drone-videography contest has just entered our air-space.
New Zealand medical drones are almost ready to take flight
“The medical and crisis support drone trials will lead to a high quality, high value service that will make a real difference in people’s lives.”
The democratisation of drone photography: Essentials & tips for amateurs
"Capturing beautiful flybys and overhead shots require a new set of skills foreign to most professional photographers."
Hoverboards and drones: Technology bringing a dream to life
Ever dream of flying through the air on your own hoverboard? That dream may be a reality soon.
New Zealand pilots union pushes for tighter drone regulations
NZALPA fears that drones may pose a major risk to New Zealand air space due to the relaxed regulations.
Remember the drone that delivered Domino's pizza? It's now at MOTAT
The DRU drone, developed by drone delivery makers Flirtey, has been accepted into the Aviation collection at Auckland's MOTAT.
GoPro Karma takes flight
GoPro launches the first drone to join its ecosystem, featuring a flight time of up to 20 minutes and a 3km range.
New comp asks drone videographers to reach for the sky
“This art form is very much about storytelling and allows people to see or experience something different or otherwise out of reach."
Gaze into tech's crystal ball: Futurist Shara Evans talks security
We spoke to world-leading futurist Shara Evans about upcoming technologies, evolution and the implications for cyber security.
Snapchat drones could be coming your way soon
Their latest venture appears to be putting their camera technology atop drones, which could potentially prove to be a game changer.
DJI requires drone users to register their machines before flying
"If this activation process is not performed, the aircraft will not have access to the correct geospatial information and flight functions..."