If You Think You Understand Drones, Then Read This

The Things That Make FPV Racing Worth Your While Drones are technology’s newest fad. They opened up a whole new world when it comes to video capture or surveillance. Today, FPV racing is one aspect of droning that increased market demand for drones. Western cultures–especially in North America–FPV racing has transformed from merely being a game to a full blown sport. FPV racing is the type of sport wherein both racing and droning are combined. FPV racing is typically more thrilling and fun to watch when conducted in cordoned areas specifically made for racing drones. How to Begin Restricting beginners to flying quadcopters allow beginners to hone their drone piloting skills before moving on to the more advanced drones used in FPV racing. In other words, start out with a drone that you wouldn’t mind crashing a couple of times before moving on to the more expensive and intricate ones.
The Beginner’s Guide to Quadcopters
Attend Some Classes
Quadcopters – Getting Started & Next Steps
There are many FPV race piloting courses offered out there that teaches you how to focus and pilot the more faster drones. In addition, there are open classes for beginners that allows them to use the level-entry quadcopters in an open competition. Collaborate With Others Just like Formula 1 racing, FPV racing also have teams. FPV racing equipments are usually handled the team. As an example, all the drones the Team Blackout pilot uses when racing is handled by none other than Team Blackout itself. Avoid Danger There are incidences where pilots and staff are hurt during an FPV race. Since FPV racing involves fast-paced maneuvering of the drones, precautions must be taken. If you are just starting to learn about racing drones, it is recommended that you get a micro quad instead of the more advance mega machine racer drones. It is important that you make sure your drone’s video channel is in good working order before starting the race. Also, the general rule of not driving when intoxicated applies to FPV racing. Variation of Races Rotor-cross races makes use of multi-copters to fly a designated race path and cross the finish line first in order to win. Drone drag racing is similar to car drag racing: whoever gets to the finish line of 100 meter stretch first wins. In Time Trials, the time it takes for a drone to complete a lap or a number of laps is measured–whoever completes a lap in the shortest amount of time wins. The resemblance of this with rotor-cross racing is uncanny. FPV racing is an extremely fun sport, as long as you don’t forget to take the necessary safety measures. Thanks to drones, seeing the world from a viewpoint previously reserved for airline pilots are now possible for the average consumer. Advancements in FPV systems in recent years allows people who little to no experience at all to fly drones.