CASA drone use survey

Please complete CASA’s survey relating to the current Discussion Paper on recreational drone use in Australia.

Post-event report: Drone Bootcamp 29 July 2017

Many thanks to the great group of enthusiastic Drone Bootcamp participants from Saturday 29 July for their focus, engagement and positive feedback… what a great day. After settling in and immediately unboxing, pre-flighting, arming and calibrating drones included in the program’s cost, we retired to the ‘bat cave’ and got busy

Which Drones Have the Longest Flight Time?

Originally posted on DroneBase:
Flying a drone can be a liberating, creative and breathless experience. But there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to always bring you back down to earth with a bump: low battery. Short flight times are something that the industry as a whole is trying to tackle. But current…

Post-event report: Drone Bootcamp 24 June 2017

An enthusiastic group numbering 10 ‘pilots’ participated in our adult program on Saturday, 24 June 2017. After settling in and learning the definition of ‘drone’s, the history of UAVs, how they actually work and the CASA rules and regulations, students hit the Sports Complex proper to fly the small, inexpensive

Drone Bootcamp OPEN DAY

Bootcamp Bravo, Charlie & Delta – 20 April post-event report

Our final Drone Bootcamp workshop for the April (Easter) school holidays saw a full enrolment of enthusiastic UAV pilots with ages ranging from 10 (with parent in attendance as duty-of-care) to 14. We got off to a late start and were unfortunately 30mins behind schedule at the end of our seminar


A small but motivated group participated in our Tuesday 18 April BRAVO and CHARLIE drone-flying bootcamps at the Emmaus Sports Complex. Ages ranged from 10 (with parent in attendance as duty-of-care) to 65! The weather behaved itself and we were able to get outside for a good flying session on the soccer

Bootcamp ALPHA & BRAVO – Thursday 13 April post-event report

Our first workshop at the new venue (Emmaus Sports Complex) in Dickson, ACT went well with a great bunch of ‘recruits’ graduating with their ‘wings’. A few changes will be made to the program and aside from losing our wifi connection half way through a Kahoot quiz the venue was awesome and

An Animated History of the Drones

Flying cars based on quadcopters – fact or fiction?

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