How the drone went from the latest must have tech toy to a billion-dollar cultural phenomenon

An airbourne drone, CC BY-SA

Of the many technologies to have captured our imaginations over the last five years, there have been few with such lofty aspirations as drones. These high-tech flying machines have opened up new cultural pastimes which bring together hobbyist enthusiasm and a simple human curiosity to take to the skies.

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Global Drone Services Market Research, By Technology, Key Features – Industry Trends, Demand, Growth and Forecast 2017-2021

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A substantial growth accompanied by new avenues presented in different economies have always attracted investors. The Global Drone Services industry is expected to register a steady growth in coming years with trend of technological advancements and innovation. An extensive analysis of sales, production revenue, price trends, gross margin, and growth rate of the industry for the historic period, 2011-2017 and the forecast period, 2017–2021 will help market players in gaining insights for growth. Continue reading

Chinavasion Launches Top New Drones from Xiaomi and Wingsland

Chinavasion Launches Xiaomi Mi Drone

Top Chinese Drones Available At Chinavasion

Chinavasion launches feature rich Xiaomi and Wingsland drones, affordable alternatives to big name brands.

Throughout the past decade the drone industry has undergone immense growth, making it one of the fastest growing industries of the past few years.

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017) in Las Vegas, drones were a major draw and as such will play a big role in the tech of 2017. Two lesser known Chinese drone companies that are leading the way with affordable alternatives to big name brands are Xiaomi and Wingsland. Continue reading

A commuter’s dream: Entrepreneurs race to develop flying car

A commuter's dream: Entrepreneurs race to develop flying car

This artist rendering provided by Airbus shows a vehicle in their flying car project, Vahana. Even before George Jetson entranced kids with his flying car, people dreamed of soaring above traffic congestion. Inventors and entrepreneurs have tried and failed to make the dream a reality, but that may be changing. Nearly a dozen companies around the globe, some of them with deep pockets like Airbus, are working to develop personal aircraft that let people hop over crowded roadways. (Airbus via AP)
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