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Posted by daniel kitee | Jan 10, 2012 @ 03:58 AM | 2,403 Views
Something vaguely unsettling in the report that drone use is increasing in the skies of the United States, RC airplanes,used in one notable case of North Dakota cattle rustling.

Ryan Calo, the Director for Privacy and Robotics at Stanford Law nter for Internet and Society, wrote in a report that “these machines are disquieting. RC airplanes,virtually any robot can engender a certain amount of discomfort, let alone one associated in the mind of the average American with spy operations or targeted killing. If you will pardon the inevitable reference to 1984, George Orwell specifically describes small flying devices that roam neighborhoods and peer into windows.

It’s not just government use of unmanned surveillance aircraft, but corporate use that has some worried. Uh, yeah. They’re scary “people.”

Which brings to mind North Little Rock. Whatever did happen to that unmanned police helicopter, which suffered a crash and was returned to the factory in the early going? Did somebody here suggest THAT could be the solution to the Burns Park geese?
Posted by daniel kitee | Jan 10, 2012 @ 02:14 AM | 2,602 Views
It is the video SDShobby RC Quadcopter

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Frame Size: 70*70*30CM

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Weight: 1.5Kg(include battery)

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->MAX Payload: 2kg

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->MAX Carry Payload: 500g

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Motor: Motor 4008/ KV750, li-battery3S /4S

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]--> Propeller: Plastic 1245

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Frame: Glass Fiber and Aluminum CNC

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Landing Gear: Plastic

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->ESC MAX Current: 15A



<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Frame folding design, easy to carry loading and unloading

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Landing gear is designed to be easily disassembled without tool

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->It has night lamp for flying easily at night

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Four highly stable and reliable ESCs

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->It is specially designed for the green hand.

<!--[if !supportLists]-->² <!--[endif]-->Flight Controller has the nine axis sensor with high sensitivity including three axis gyros, three axes accelerometer and three axis compass which makes it easily to be filed.

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Posted by daniel kitee | Dec 26, 2011 @ 03:58 AM | 2,073 Views
Orlando RC Helicopter Racing was held grandly in America recently, a large amount of world famous modelers took their planes at the campaign. The competition was extremely fierce and has already made the audience scream.

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RC Helicopter Competition Scene.

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Posted by daniel kitee | Dec 26, 2011 @ 02:46 AM | 2,028 Views
It’s not costly or difficult to purchase and fly an electric radio control plane. Actually, it is now easier and more affordable than ever. Not only is it an enormously enjoyable pastime, also allow you to sharpen your motor and decision-making skills. RC flying can make you feel and keep dynamic. Just grasping the basics of RC flying will give you a real sense of accomplishment. If you want to continue to progress and improve your RC flying skills, please read carefully the following tips:

1. Subscribe to a Journal or Magazine

RC aviation journals and magazines contain large amount of articles, guides and techniques from experts throughout the world. Each journal will discuss intermediate and advanced flying maneuvers and strategies which you can use to one-up your game. Always try to pump down your time to practice these techniques with your radio control plane until you’re skillful at flying it.

2. Find a Coach

Having an expert supervising your training will not only help you master your electric RC plane, but will also give you valuable lessons and techniques that will greatly improve your flight. For a beginner, you may accidentally come down with bad habits, which can become rooted as you continue to practice and work to get better at flying your electric radio control planeS. An instructor from the beginning can help reduce these mistakes.

3. Participate the AMA

Joining a professional organization will allow you access to plenty of resources to help you become a better pilot. You will also have the chance to interact and learn from more experienced fliers. Additionally, there’s nothing like friendly competition to push you into becoming the best you can be in the world of RC flying.