We want drones that are accessible, useful, and dependable. We want drones that can autonomously collect the data that keep our infrastructure humming and keep us safe, without needing the constant attention of a pilot. And we want to challenge the myth that an American company can’t build a superior drone. This industry is still young and there’s still so much potential. We hope that you’ll join us in creating the next chapter in drones with Skydio 2.

Contact Skydio Sales: https://pages.skydio.com/Contact.html

Learn More about Skydio 2: https://skydio.com/skydio-2

Fullerton Drone Lab

The Fullerton Drone Lab not only teaches students to become better and safer pilots, but also teaches them the application of drones in various industries. Students from all industry sectors can learn how drones can help enhance their workplace, while learning to be safer in the skies. All of the training builds up to the optional FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certification exam.

For more information, go to https://drones.fullcoll.edu/

Contact: jseidel@fullcoll.edu

Flowstate The FPV Documentary

An exclusive look at the new documentary series that highlights FPV flying and the community of pilots involved in it.  The documentary takes viewers on a thrill ride and give you an insider look at what makes them so passionate about this hobby and profession


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Women And Drones

Women And Drones supports and showcases female drone pilots from around the world to help them better connect and succeed in the industry. Our mission is to grow the number of women participating in the economic opportunities of the emerging drone industry.

Contact Women And Drones: hello@womenanddrones.com

Share your story: https://womenanddrones.com/share/

Connect on Social Media: @WomenandDrones

Become a member:https://womenanddrones.com/wd-individual-memberships/

The Southern California Drone Film Festival (SCDFF) on Filmocracy’s virtual platform is dedicated to providing a fun, safe, and harassment-free event for everyone. All attendees, speakers, sponsors, vendors and Festival staff (“participants”) are required to comply with the Filmocracy code of conduct.

By attending the virtual platform, you are agreeing to abide this code of conduct. Anyone found to be violating this code of conduct may be expelled at the discretion of organizers.

SCDFF / Filmocracy has a zero-tolerance policy and will not tolerate any harassing or abusive behavior towards any participants. We ask all participants to behave and create a safe and supportive environment of inclusiveness.

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