This is in SW Pennsylvania, USA
If I want to see why drones are bad for airports, I need to talk with pilots. It is not comfortable for me, but the conversation has to start locally if it is to have any impact. I know I am on their turf and going to be ridiculed often, so, for all you drone pilots out there who want to learn from my mistakes and missteps…
Multidisciplinary Technical Studies A lot of science and engineering, and some experience in collaboratives are now under my belt. I can help emergent technological projects stay on track, and people … Continue reading Multidisciplinary Technical student graduate seeks job!
This is the Monongahela River south of Pittsburgh. It was so hot today schools closed early. This shot is from 298 ft. At one point in the session I had … Continue reading Glassy hot river
http://www.skyhopper.biz/beyond-visual-line-of-sight-drone-inspection I wrote this last year. I’ve learned tons since then, but the challenge remains.
Stage one. Image on two canvases. Whimsical detail of urban drone navigation. All colors to be lightened. State two involves configuring an ultrasonic sensor or conductive paint and a DC … Continue reading Urban Fernanas
I am putting drone stuff on hold for a month, but will resume research this May. Working on my own flying sensor bucket. SW PA. Part 107 AKT cert, … Continue reading My other car is not a car
I am a volunteer in this network. Getting on a big UAS page will accelerate use of new bridge inspection technology like this. If you fly on the other side … Continue reading Work with UASSC
. From 370 ft., 400k shot, 5.3 MB, Phantom Pro 3 My town has “Light Up Night” the day after Thanksgiving. Bags and milk jugs with tea candles line … Continue reading Light Up Night
I operated as a photographer and vendor. This was my first event over water, third sports event, first multiple location event. Things I learned: PRIORITY Update all firmware … Continue reading A Slideshow of Pictures from a Recent Boat Race and Bluegrass Festival