I think not and am expecting a resurgence of the good old heli.
This article puts forward a lot of good arguments for the helicopter (all be it in baby terms) but do you think there is truth in these claims?
A new Chinese unmanned helicopter might be the industry’s first critical step to a functional aerial logistic platform in the near future. This…Continue
Sky light: Dynamic set lighting from virtually any angle. Just pop it up and hover, or use Solo’s smart technology to track with your subject. The light plugs into Solo's accessory bay, so you can even use it at the same time you use your gimbaled GoPro.....…Continue
Breaking news on BBC.
Could be a first proper strike. Or not.
A plane approaching Heathrow Airport is believed to have hit a drone before it landed safely, the Metropolitan Police have said.
The British Airways flight from Geneva was hit as it approached the London airport at about 12:50…Continue
Credit to British CAA for pressing ahead on sensible integration of UAVs into British air space. This document addressing congested cities including London.
1.1 The purpose of this Information Notice is to provide guidance to operators of Small Unmanned Aircraft (SUA) and Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft…
From ABC News Australia
Aviation authorities are struggling to keep up with a boom in remote controlled drones over Australia's cities.
The Civil Aviation Safety…Continue
Five industry and university collaborations have been selected to receive funding through the first round of calls via the Growing Autonomous Mission Management Applications (GAMMA) Programme and are launching in Autumn 2013.
Read more about it here:…Continue
The below Safety Notice is in relation to the UAS crash at one of Britan's X Factor auditions
Dear UAS Operator,
As a current permission holder for aerial work, we are sending you this email to inform you of a recently issued Safety Notice. Safety Notices and Information Notices are issued by the CAA with the aim of improving flight safety.