Tom Rearick
  • Male
  • Roswell, GA
  • United States
Share

Tom Rearick's Friends

  • Acorn
  • Gary McCray
  • Brian

Tom Rearick's Groups

 

Tom Rearick's Page

Latest Activity

Tom Rearick posted a blog post

Help Us Solve One of Nature's Greatest Puzzles

Newly emerged virgin honey bee queens become inseminated in flight by multiple male honey bees (drones) in elevated regions called Drone Congregation Areas (DCAs).  These DCAs are areas five to 60 meters above ground and 30 to 200 meters in diameter. They can persist in the same place for dozens of years - longer than the life of any queen (a couple years) and much longer…See More
Mar 2

Profile Information

About Me:
Former aerospace engineer (GE, Lockheed), serial entrepreneur, software developer, caver, kayaker, backpacker, clawhammer banjo player. Currently founder/CEO of Microception, Inc, leading provider of interview room recording systems. Also husband, father, homeowner, beekeeper, blogger (www.beehacker.com), and airstreamer.
Please tell us a bit about your UAV interest
Currently flying APM1 on 550mm HK quad with GPS, sonar, compass, and 3DR radio. Also fly KK2 on Turnigy Talon quad and CC3D on RC Explorer type tri. Have just received FPV hardware.
Hometown:
Roswell, GA (Atlanta burb)

Tom Rearick's Blog

Help Us Solve One of Nature's Greatest Puzzles

Posted on March 2, 2020 at 4:11pm 0 Comments

Newly emerged virgin honey bee queens become inseminated in flight by multiple male honey bees (drones) in elevated regions called Drone Congregation Areas (DCAs).  These DCAs are areas five to 60 meters above ground and 30 to 200 meters in diameter. They can…

Continue

Drones Make Love Not War

Posted on November 7, 2015 at 6:00pm 7 Comments

I have two hobbies: beekeeping and building/flying multirotors or drones. There is rarely any overlap between the two but recently I have noticed a spate of YouTube videos with titles such as:

Continue

Wire Legs for Multirotors

Posted on April 5, 2013 at 8:00pm 2 Comments

Comment Wall (1 comment)

At 1:53pm on February 24, 2013, Gary McCray said…

At 1:52pm on February 24, 2013, Gary McCray said…

Hi Tom, re your vibration control info or any other documentation,

for now just send it to me at:

grmccray@yahoo.com

Ill review it an post what I can.

Eventually, the 3DR team will get there new Wiki stuff going and hopefully the process will be a little bit more straight forward then.

Right Now, its kind of up in the air.

Thank you for contributing,

Gary McCray

You need to be a member of DIY Drones to add comments!

Join DIY Drones

 
 
 

© 2020   Created by Chris Anderson.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service