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    Map Your Way to a Mavic With Skycatch!


    Pilots and map makers, start your propellers! Today we’re kicking off our very first contest, Map Your Way to a Mavic! If you win, you’re going to get a drone data dream package - a brand new DJI Mavic Pro and ONE YEAR of our Skycatch Pro software plan! We’ll have two winners, one from

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    5 Awesome Ways To Bring Skycatch Data Into Your Construction Workflows: Introducing Our Direct Export Feature

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    Realistic 3D mesh generated by Skycatch - Map by Jacques Eloff   At Skycatch we know that when it comes to construction industry workflows, the name of the game is immediacy and flexibility. When you need something, you need it now. Construction professionals depend on a dizzying array of tools, softwares and workflows

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    I PASSED PART 107, PART 2: 6 Must-Do Study Tactics from a Certified Flight Instructor

    ||333 Exemption, Education, Part 107|

    This is the second in a series of articles on Part 107 and complying with FAA regulations. Check out Part 1 and subscribe to our blog to get automatically updated when the next one is published! This week, our guest blogger is Gil Aguilar, a certified flight instructor and sUAS operations expert who performs weekly

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    Skycatch Releases New Update to Flight App


    We're excited to announce the newest update to our DJI iOS flight app! Our team worked hard to incorporate your feedback, and we’ve implemented some key features that we think will make capturing your drone data easier than ever.   Full Screen Video With full screen video you can verify settings and functionality of the camera,

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    3 Ways the FAA’s New UAV Regulations Will Transform How Drones do Business

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    This morning, FAA rulemakers released a new bill that marks a pivotal moment in the use of drones in the United States. “Part 107,” as it’s called, is a long-awaited addition to federal airspace regulations that makes it much easier and cheaper to operate drones for commercial purposes (like surveying, inspection, and filming). For the

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