Tag Archives: drone

Dublin Airport this afternoon

We’ve been expecting you.

Seems legit.

Dublin Airport flights resume after drone sighting (RTÉ)

Update:

It COULD return!

Save yourselves.

Concern drone could return to cause further disruption at Dublin Airport (RTÉ)

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The top three winners in the 2018 Dronestagram International Drone Photography Contest because that’s an actual thing now.

From top: ‘Hungry Hippos’ by Zekedrone, ‘Fishing Net In Vietnam’ by Trung Pham and ’Two People, Two Dogs And Four Shadows’ by Yevhen Samuchenko.

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Gatwick airport disruption: police still trying to catch drones after flights cancelled – live (The Guardian)


The Astro Elroy – a single seater semi-autonomous passenger drone capable of 71km/h and 25 minutes of flight time carrying up to 116kg.

Although it has onboard controls for emergency manual override, the idea is that the passenger enters their chosen destination and the drone does the rest.

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Scenes from Tullow, Co Carlow on Tuesday morning

Further to Carlow Weather guy Alan O’Reilly (him off the telly!) breaking his drone…

And setting up a successful GoFundMe campaign to replace it…

Alan, who provides weather forecasts to the nation for nada, is now back in the sky.

Follow Alan on Twitter here and Facebook here

Previously: Getting Alan’s Eye Back In The Sky

From top: Carlow Weather guy Alan O’Reilly; his broken drone

We’re calling it the Alan Parsons O’Reilly Project.

Much-followed Carlow Weather guy Alan O’Reilly (him off the telly!) has broken his drone.

And he’s set up a GoFundMe page to help him replace it.

Alan, who provides his forecasting to the nation for nothing, requires 1450 lids to fly again.

He writes:

“Sadly my old drone hit the rocks and I’m to to replace it so I can continue to share photos from the air…”

Anyone?

Carlow Weather Drone (GoFundMe)

The fishing village of Houtouwan on the Chinese island of Shengshan – abandoned due to depleted fishing supply in the 1990s but still minimally inhabited and popular as a ‘ghost town’ tourist destination. Explored here on foot and by drone by photographers Joe Nafis and Dave Tacon.

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