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au-delà de laquelle  il ne peut aller
le géo-barrière est un paramètre réglable par l’utilisateur
avant de faire voler le drone l’utilisateur détermine une distance et une altitude maximale à ne pas dépasser
quand. le drone atteint cette limite c’est comme si il se heurtait à un mur alors il s’arrête et fait demi-tour
le géo-barrière est très utile pour les débutants afin de garder. le drone toujours à portée de vue et éviter les accidents
hdmi  (high-definition multimedia interface) : un connecteur numérique qui supporte l’audio, la vidéo et les données
sur la télécommande du drone, elle sert à connecter la télécommande à parrot drone keeps flipping over
un écran pour un retour vidéo en temps réel
ioc (intelligent orientation control) ce système est utilisé par exemple quand on ne sait plus s’. il est en position avant ou arrière car il a pivoté sur lui-même
il permet au drone de répondre aux commandes de la même manière en faisant abstraction de sa véritable orientation
kv (kilovolt) : c’est une unité de mesure qui permet de quantifier à quelle vitesse un moteur doit tourner pour produire 1 volt d’électricité
elle indique aussi le nombre de tour qu’un moteur peut effectuer par minute à un certain voltage : un moteur de 2000kv plus petit drone
alimenté par une batterie de 11
1v tournera à 22 000 tours minute
led (light-emitting diod) : c’est une diode, (un

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said: “let’s make a lightweight drone
let’s make something that weighs about the weight of a volleyball, so 330 grams
let’s make sure it’s not carbon fiber or anything hard; let’s make sure it’s made out of plastic and foam
let’s make sure the props are encased in a prop cage
let’s get rid of any sensors that we don’t need, let’s just make sure it has a really good led payload so it can create a really bright light, and let’s make sure it has that precision
the precision came from the technology that the team had built in their previous years and working on the commercial drones
they have an autopilot that’s unique and its triple-redundant in the commercial drone
and we took a subset of that and we put it into the intel shooting star drone
that’s why the 330-gram drone has that precision that most others don’t
we not only built a new drone in terms of hardware, we also took a step back and said let’s start from scratch
instead of limiting ourselves to 100, let’s make sure that the technology, from the software perspective, is unlimited in terms of the number of drones that we can put into our fleet
so, our team also created a new software control system to match the drones that we had
intel brings more drones than it will need for a show, and its system picks the ones performing the best to take part in it
what is the redundancy like in the case of the network link failing or a battery issue when it’s show time?
we have emergency protocols or procedures
if there is a link that is off or if there’s an issue with the gps, then that specific drone will land
the beauty of having so many drones is that in the animation, the difference between 299 drones or 300 is not visible to the eye, and we have so many drones creating one image that it is not noticeable
so, the experience itself is the same and the drones create that redundancy for the experience
on the regulation front, intel has a special dispensation from the faa to go up to 700 feet
i’m curious what getting that looked like and what you had to do or prove to receive that kind of certification and exemption
let me talk about that both on a global level as well as an faa level
we’ve been doing shows for a little over a year, starting with disney and the super bowl halftime show, coachella and also internationally
we’ve been both getting radio certification clearance as well as the aviation certification
we’ve had over 10 countries’ aviation certification to fly our unique drone fleet
multiple drones per pilot and at night are the two typical waivers that we need to apply for (in most countries) and explain the safety and the technology that intel has built
with the faa, we have a blanket waiver for flying multiple drones per pilot at night up to 400 feet in class g (uncontrolled) airspace
so, in different instances or for events, we will apply for a waiver to fly in class b airspace (near busy airports) or to fly up to 500 feet
it just depends on the specific event
for the super bowl, we applied for a permit to fly in class b airspace up to 700 feet
in other instances, we’ve flown in class b airspace up to 400 feet or up 200 feet
one of the little things that we’ve done is we flew at the consumer electronics show and what was really cool there is in january of this year we said, “let’s push ourselves in terms of what else the drones can show,” and we flew synchronized with music and the bellagio fountain in las vegas
we flew at hotel height so that we could be very close to the fountains and synchronized with them for a great show
overall, it just depends on the event: do we need to use our blanket waiver or do we need to get ahead of the game and apply early for the for the waiver to fly in a different airspace?
intel has consistently set and reset the guinness world record for most uas simultaneously flown
over the last couple years
where do you see the program going, or what do you see being tried out that hasn’t yet?
had you asked me this for this year i would have said, “how do we get to 1,000 drones?”
so, that’s a tough question to answer
“how do we fly in all different environments?” is probably the general answer to your question
going back to each show and each event, each of them brought a very different and unique perspective
and we’re learning so much on the ground about how we make sure that we can fly in any environment
right now, we don’t fly in rain or snow or high winds but how do we fly in all those?
do you think the solution is a different type of drone or different attachments, or do you think one thing can do all of that?
i’ll leave it to the smarter people here to solve that problem
but i think the question is something like, “how do we fly in higher wind; how do we fly lighter in light rain?” go slowly

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