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X-Winder commented on Julian's blog post 3DR's Rise and Fall
"The only thing that is truly ring-fenced from competition is this community site diydrones. Who starts a business these days in hardware or software without a "he's got it - so I must have it" viral component that holds consumers into a community or…"
Oct 8, 2016
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Apr 7, 2015
X-Winder posted a blog post
We've just added an affordable 4-axis filament winder to our line up of desktop filament winders at Xwinder.com  . You can see the 4-axis model 4X-23 operating near the end of this video. Many lightweight and strong model applications for fixed and…
Mar 18, 2015
X-Winder commented on Chris Anderson's blog post Pictures from the new 3D Robotics Tijuana factory
"this is impressive and shows the steady progress Chris and team has made since inception - well through the 'valley of death' for new start up - its onward and upward from here !!"
Jan 26, 2015
X-Winder posted a blog post
This quadcopter can deliver life preservers a full minute faster than a human lifeguardFrom Popular Science 2013:The Pars Aerial Rescue Robot is designed to work as a mobile lifesaver dispensary, flying out to those in need and dropping vital…
Oct 28, 2014
X-Winder posted a blog post
Find out how these businesses are expecting to be able to use commercial drones:Film IndustryEnergyReal EstateAgricultureE-CommerceDeliverySportsSurveillanceCompanies are chomping at the bit for a chance to use commercial drones they believe could…
Oct 27, 2014
X-Winder posted a blog post
Jordi Muñoz (left), Brandon Basso (center), and Chris Anderson (right) at 3D Robotics’ office in Berkeley, California, with one of the company’s Iris quadcopters, which sell for $750 and are aimed at recreational videographers. (All photos by Chris…
Oct 15, 2014
X-Winder posted a blog post
"the Model T moment — when a new industry finds its commercial footing,and thereafter the world is never the same"
Oct 9, 2014
X-Winder posted a blog post
The government plans to grant waivers to seven movie and television companies to use small unmanned aircraft in filmmaking, the first permits for commercial drone flights in the continental U.S., according to two people with knowledge of the plans.
Sep 25, 2014
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And it will land on water ...
Sep 11, 2014
X-Winder posted a blog post
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -The FAA has picked Nevada as one of six unmanned aerial systems (UAS) testing sites.UNLV College of Engineering's Dean Dr. Rama Venkat said the university's professors and students will help lead the way in research, testing and…
Mar 27, 2014
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The FAA is crying foul at a Major League Baseball team. The Washington Nationals used a drone to take pictures of the team during spring training. Problem is they didn’t get permission. And commercial drone use is banned.“We didn’t get it cleared,…
Mar 18, 2014
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"says in a news release that criminals and their cohorts are increasingly using drones to drop contraband like tobacco, drugs and cellphones into prisons."Drones to make appearance at W.Va. prison exercise
Feb 28, 2014
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Service network for drones takes flight in ABQSanta Fe Aero Services is betting that, in a few years, unmanned aerial vehicles will regularly land at its local repair and maintenance stations for routine upkeep like private and corporate aircraft do…
Feb 20, 2014
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The Portland (OR) Business Journal “Biz Pulse” blog reports that the Silicon Sky, PDX Drone and the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International-Cascade have launched the “Drone Prize” competition, which asks contestants to produce videos…
Feb 7, 2014