Flock Insurance have created a video series of informative interviews from industry specialists. Flock Fridays is a brand new interview series featuring exciting companies in the drone industry. Tune in every two weeks for the latest news and views from the experts in unmanned aviation.
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- Using Drones to Clean up the Oceans
- Helsinki’s Drone Legends
- Will AI drones replace human pilots?
- The Silicon Valley of the drone industry?
- How to become a FPV drone pilot
- Drone-in-a-box, remote pilots and air taxis
- Rescue drones, EASA regulations & saving surfers from sharks
- Drone swarms, snowy surveys & the dark art of FPV flying
Using Drones to Clean up the Oceans
In this video, Knut Roar Wiig from Nordic Unmanned explains how they use Schiebel’s Camcopter S-100 UAS to monitor marine pollution and emissions.
Helsinki’s Drone Legends
Stephen Sutton MD at international drone consultancy, FlyBy Guys, tells James his top 3 places to fly, how the Finnish aviation industry embraces drones, and why augmented reality headsets from companies like Anarky Labs are changing the game for pilots.
Will AI drones replace human pilots?
Kristian and Anders of Lorenz Technology tell James how autonomous drones are transforming traditional industries, and why AI might replace humans for certain tasks.
The Silicon Valley of the drone industry?
Join James on a virtual trip to Norway where Håkon at KVS Technologies tells us about the art of autonomy, and how Norway is becoming a centre of excellence for BVLOS flights.
How to become a FPV drone pilot
Tom Wadsworth, drone pilot and founder of award-winning aerial filming agency, Bad Wolf Horizon, shares how he got started with professional FPV flying and what it’s like filming for brands like the BBC, National Trust and Natwest.
Drone-in-a-box, remote pilots and air taxis
Edward Anastassacos, CEO of HeroTech8 explains what ‘drone-in-a-box’ actually means and tells us why he thinks the urban air mobility space is starting to take off.
Rescue drones, EASA regulations & saving surfers from sharks
James is joined by Gemma Alcock, founder and CEO of Skybound Rescuer who explains how saving someone’s life brought her into the drone industry and why an increasing amount of search and rescue organisations are adopting drones.
Drone swarms, snowy surveys & the dark art of FPV flying
James is joined by Mike at The Virtulab who tells us about doing drone surveys in the Norweigan wilderness and why he thinks swarm shows could be the next big thing.