At the annual CES 2016 show, drones have taken an important spot given the rising popularity of these devices. While in India getting a drone with a camera might be a problem with the government, at CES 2016, drones with 4K video-recording cameras were the rage.
Chinese company DJI, which has earned quite a reputation for itself with its Phantom and Inspire Drones showcased the new Phantom 3 4K at the tech show, which comes with a 4K camera and Live HD feed.
However, DJI’s drones weren’t the only ones with 4K. Yuneec Typhoon H series drone, which is a hexa-copter not only have a 4K camera at the bottom but also comes with Intel’s RealSense camera technology. It also has a retractable landing gear. The RealSense camera ensures that drone doesn’t collide into anyone or anything and it senses obstacles automatically should your drone flying skills be terrible.
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The other big drone and yes this is literally the biggest drone at the show was China-based Ehang 184. The unique point about this drone is that it can carry a single passenger, who is of course also handling the drone. It’s basically your drone and your personal plane merging into one.
Ehang 184, which weighs nearly 200 kgs also promises a fail-safe system, whereby if anything goes wrong with the drone, it will quickly land nearby. Ehang says that the drone flies and lands automatically, so you don’t need a pilot’s license to actually fly. If you’re thinking of flying away for a long distance on this drone, then don’t. This one is meant for short distances only.