I must begin this post with my most sincere and profuse apology. It's been over a month since I got my Typhoon H back from Yuneec and I'm incredibly late getting finishing up my report on my experience with Yuneec's customer support. (If you missed it, check out Part 1 and Part 2).
I did, in fact, get my Typhoon H back from Yuneec on July 25th. Read more to find out how it all worked out.
Autel Robotics USA announced today that it will support its customers who intend to fly the X-Star series drones commercially by covering the cost of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Remote Pilot Knowledge Test in the form of a rebate. The knowledge test is one of the major changes under FAA’s new Part 107 drone regulations, which among other provisions, make obtaining permission to flying drones commercially more accessible.
2016 has been a great year for consumer camera drones. The DJI Phantom 4 and Yuneec Typhoon H have captured a lot of attention for their advanced features, particularly obstacle avoidance.
In the midst of all the press for DJI and Yuneec’s new offerings, newcomer Autel Robotics released their X-Star series of Quadcopters to much less fanfare. It's a shame these drones haven't received more press because the X-Star Premium has most of the features you will find in more expensive drones but costs significantly less.
Here are 10 reasons why the Autel Robotics X-Star Premium is the best value drone available in 2016.