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Drones are great, but they are just as great as the person who controls them. If the person behind the controller is an absolute fool, your expensive state-of-the-art drone can turn into a shrapnel in seconds. The above video should be conclusive enough. Skydio 2 is designed for self-navigation, so you do not have to constantly control it with a phone and a controller. With six color cameras with a 200-degree field of view, the Skydio 2 can capture, analyze, and navigate its surroundings to keep an eye on its subjects … more, since it has virtually no blind spots to the multiple cameras.
Multiple cameras mean that the Skydio 2 must be an absolute beast in the graphics processing department. Equipped with an NVIDIA Jetson TX2 inside, the drones' 256-GPU processor can perform 1.3 trillion tasks per second. Just set a theme and tell Skydio 2 what to do. The rest is done. It's able to track multiple subjects as you navigate through environments, keeping you in the crosshairs even when they're not visible. In addition, the drone is equipped with the beacon, a remote control that is able to communicate with the mothership up to a distance of 1.5 kilometers, without your smartphone need. You can assign activities to it with a simple push of a button and even move the drone magically by dragging and dropping it by pointing the beacon at it and pulling it where you need it! However, if you're a traditional guy, Skydio has its own controller to dock your phone to. However, if you opt for such an advanced drone, you probably will not need it because Skydio 2 is the unique selling point of Skydio 2, that it does not need anyone behind the wheel. Think of this as your cameraman doing stunts on skateboard or snowboard, or riding your mountain bike or cell phone down the powdery white mountainside. With a top speed of 36 miles per hour, the Skydio can keep up with you AND make great aerial photos of being an absolute outdoor badass.
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