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GhostDrone 2.0 – Consumer Drone

Ehang has made it easier for the masses to take to the skies with the introduction of the new GhostDrone 2.0, this easy to fly drone is available from Ehangs website and some of the Larger stores such as Best Buy in the USA.

The GhostDrone 2.0 is an innovative drone with excellent engineering and design which makes for a fun and user-friendly flight. Ehang is one of the top drone companies that are manufactured in China but they also have an office in the USA, Silicon Valley which means a better customer service experience. Ehang hit the news last year when they released the first drone that can carry a human the Ehang 184 at the Consumer Electronics Show. Ehang brings similar innovation with the new GhostDrone 2.0 drone.

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Ehang 184 – Drone Car

Drones are now mainstream, not only for the drone enthusiast and Ehang is an example of the future of consumer drones. Been backed by the recognizable retail chain Best Buy is definitely a step forward for their new drone.

GlobalWebIndex has released a study showing that 32 percent of Internet users aged 16 – 64 have an interest in buying consumer-friendly drones such as the GhostDrone 2.0. Users are already enjoying flying this drone and sharing their video capture with this drone online, from sporting events to marriages. GhostDrone 2.0 has the best technology available with intuitive controls that an inexperienced pilot can fly straight out of the box.

Ehang drone

GhostDrone 2.0 features and interests for experienced and beginner pilots:

  • GhostDrone 2.0 is controlled by the Ehang Play App on your smartphone, which lets you fly in three easy to use modes, Avatar, Waypoints, and Companion. Capture video with a tap of the volume button.
  • Virtual Reality platform lets you fly FPV “First Person View” through the standard Ehang VR Goggles.
  • This drone comes with a 1-year warranty for up to 3 accidents.
  • Great price at $899 which includes the Gimbal, 4K Spherical Camera, plus the FPV Goggles.

More info at Ehang

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Amazon kits out a secret drone zone

Amazon drone

Multi-million-euro drone-delivery tests are been carried out by Amazon behind a wall of hay bales. A blue control with aerial has been spotted in a field five miles east of the internets giant’s research centre in Cambridge, U.K.  Engineers have been seen putting out landing mats for drone landing trials.

A hiker in the area said; ” I was told by security guards to move away. They have obviously gone to great lengths to hide the testing site from public view.”

Amazon wants to use drones to deliver packages to homes, claiming they are greener and safer than vans. The Civil Aviation Authority lifted drone flying restrictions in July to allow Amazon to test its devices, which can fly for 10 miles at 400ft and carry packages weight up to 5lb.