Archive for March, 2019

  • New FAA / ASTM F3322 regulations enable drones equipped with parachutes to fly over people.

    New FAA / ASTM F3322 regulations enable drones equipped with...

    The new proposal released on January 14 would require drone operators to use a parachute certified F3322 by the ASTM Standard Authority. This new standard specifies the fabrication, design and testing requirements for drone parachute recovery systems. Read More

    03/28/2019 0 398
  • Using a single parachute for Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 ?

    Using a single parachute for Phantom 3 and Inspire 1 ?

    It depends if you would like to fly the Phantom with a parachute AND its camera or not. The camera and gimbal on the Phantom 3 is about 234 grams. If you don't need the camera, a system like the Safetech ST60X (220 grams) plus the weight of a triggering system like the Mayday (14 grams) will weigh a total of... 234 grams ! So it would fly as usual.Read More

    03/29/2019 0 202
  • Which parachute can you recommend for a SplashDrone ?

    Which parachute can you recommend for a SplashDrone ?

    According to the manufacturer specifications, the SplashDrone 3+ can carry up to 1kg. This is without any accessories, no camera. This is more than enough to carry a parachute and its deployment and triggering system.Read More

    03/29/2019 0 174

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