Category: Liftoff Aerials News
DJI GO App on Android now supports Facebook Live Streaming
On August 21, 2016 the DJI Go app was updated for Android users and added the Facebook Live Streaming feature, as that was only available on Apple devices until now.
During my first tests the HD transmission from P4 to Galaxy Tablet seemed worse then under normal flying conditions. I need to test again to see if it was a Facebook Live issue or a issue with the DJI Go App update. Before updating to the newest version of the DJI Go app I never had HD transmission problems.
Hopefully during our next test the HD will transmit better as that video you see our your Android device for FPV is what will stream to Facebook.
Fitger’s Duluth Drone Footage by Liftoff Aerials
Quick aerial video for Fitger’s in Duluth.
Liftoff Aerials shoots aerial drone footage of 2016 Duluth Tall Ships Festival.
Aerial Video of the Duluth Tall Ships entering the Duluth Harbor. Shot 8/18/16
FAA Small UAS Rule (Part 107) Submission – Fly Drones Commercially
Michael Huerta, FAA Administrator, explains the process to get your remote pilots certificate for the new Small UAS Rule (Part 107) from the FAA. Rules & testing begins Aug 29th, 2016. You must pass a FAA knowledge test to get your remote pilots certificate.
- Setup Appointment at FAA Knowledge Testing Center – UAS Knowledge Test Cost Approx. $150
- Complete FAA Integrated Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application
- Within 10day you will recieve temp certificate and after a background check you will get you permanent airmans certificate.
- You must pass FAA knowledge test every two years to keep your certificate valid.
Summary of the Small UAS Rule (PDF)
Small UAS Advisory Circular – How to Use the Rule (PDF)
Complete Text of the Small UAS Rule
Liftoff Aerials Shoots Drone Footage of Pigeon River Waterfall
Liftoff Aerials shot the gorgeous High Falls on the Pigeon river at the Grand Portage State Park on the north shore of Lake Superior. Pigeon River High Falls are 120 feet (37 m) and highest waterfall in Minnesota. You can visit the falls at the Grand Portage State Park just a few blocks from the Canadian border on HWY 61.