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👉 If you have a business drone for delivery, security, ambulance using Ardupilot/PX4 firmware, it is necessary to play live video from drone footage for your clients/partners from your application. And XBStation offers the ability to do that. 👉 If you have a drone live event, by using XBStation, allows you streaming live video to social networkings like Facebook, Youtube 👉 Your clients/partner can lay video in many playforms: Web browser, IOS device, Android Device, Desktop Application, ... How it works XBStation generates an RTMP stream for the drone video and uses the cellular network transmit to Ground Control Station to archive low latency video Then, station transmit the RTMP stream to Media Server like Wowza From there, your clients can access live or on-demand video output from any device, browser, location, any platform Support Playback Player: Flash HTTP (20s latency) Flash RTMP (5-7s latency) HLS (IOS/Mac/OSX/Android) (15-20s) MPEG-DASH (20-25s) Silver Light 👉Video below we stream video to my website demo with RTMP Adobe Flash Player For more infor, visit: https://xb-uav.com or contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking into launching my UAV delivery company in other countries as a means of generating income and collecting data for the FAA. One country that we are particularly interested in is UAE but I am struggling to find which document outlines their laws for commercial drone activity. We are open to all other country suggestions as well. I know Australia has been a popular testing ground. Thanks!
If any company is interested. As we all know, the job of the postal mail carrier will be replaced by drones in our lifetime, as will pilots. I own the internet domain sites; MailBoxDrone.com and MailBoxDrones.com They are not sites, only domains to build a site around. Please feel free to contact me if your business would benefit from either. Both will be sold by the end of 2019. Thank you Craig S.
Greetings. I am one of two members of a team from Atlanta, Georgia trying to learn about using drones for slung load delivery in various applications. My teammate will register and introduce himself as soon as he gets off the phone talking to firefighters in Hawaii. In our usual work we conduct experimental research on the aerodynamics of helicopters, slung loads, and multiple rotors in general. Hope to talk to all of you, particularly anyone who will talk to us about drones used with slung loads, drones used in delivery, slung loads with helicopters, and the business of drones in general. Safety concerns? Insurance issues? Crime-fighting?