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UgCS introduces Telemetry Sync tool for DroneLogbook

By admin In UAV News

12

Feb
2019

UgCS introduces Telemetry Sync tool for DroneLogbook

Flight and maintenance logs, custom checklists and reports from the popular flight log website DroneLogbook are now conveniently accessible to all UgCS users.

The Telemetry Sync tool is a response to demand from drone operators flying with UgCS to be able to store their telemetry data not only locally on the computer, but as well in the cloud. In addition to providing operators with comprehensive flight logging, DroneLogbook.com also allows users to manage maintenance logs and generate custom checklists.

DroneLogbook is also useful in ensuring compliance with the law: it allows users to check the status of controlled airspace before planning a drone mission and generate reports in accordance with the requirements of aviation authorities such as the FAA, CAA, CASA and CAD.

The recently updated Telemetry player tool of UgCS records all flight telemetry data, enabling to replay and analyse each drone’s flight path and the videos recorded.

The free of charge add-on synchronisation feature is an effective tool both for individual drone operators and for enterprises with large drone fleets, as it allows to store all data in one place, even if multiple laptops are being used for drone mission control.

Download the UgCS Telemetry Sync tool on: http://ugcs.com/DroneLogbook

Published at Tue, 12 Feb 2019 09:07:14 +0000

{articles|100|campaign}The Drone Racing League And Swatch Introduce 2019 Swatch Pilot, Winner Of Global Esport Competition

2019 Swatch DRL Tryouts winner, Christopher “Phluxy” Spangler, becomes official Swatch Pilot in The Drone Racing League’s 2019 DRL Allianz World Championship Season.

The Drone Racing League (DRL), the world’s premier drone racing circuit, today announced Christopher “Phluxy” Spangler as the winner of the 2019 Swatch DRL Tryouts, the only esports competition that transforms a gamer to pro drone pilot overnight.

Since October 1st, thousands of pilot hopefuls from 65 countries around the world have been battling it out on theDRL Simulator, a true-to-life drone racing sim that helps players fly FPV (First Person View) better in real life. This past Saturday, February 9th during the biggest FPV party of all time, the top 210 contestants went head-to-head in a live esports showdown at the HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas at the Luxor Hotel. After an intense Round Robin, the fastest 24 players challenged each other during the Quarter Finals, 12 of whom made it to the nail-biting Semi Finals, aiming to secure a spot in the fiercely competitive 6-player Finals. Earning the most points while racing over a city bridge in the final heats of a Swatch map, twenty-eight-year-old gamer from Bloomington, Minnesota, Phluxy, was named the Swatch pilot for the 2019 DRL Allianz World Championship Season and given a professional drone racing contract for $75,000. Millions of fans will watch him race in DRL on premier sports networks in more than 90 countries later this year.

“I’m stoked to have been named the 2019 Swatch Pilot. It feels really surreal and I’m super happy to be able to fly in the 2019 DRL Allianz World Championship Season. Last year at the 2018 Swatch DRL Tryouts, I got fourth, and over the past year, I changed my mindset and the way I trained, putting in a minimum of three hours of practice on the DRL Simulator every day, and it really paid off,” said Swatch Pilot Phluxy.

“We’re incredibly excited to welcome DRL’s newest Swatch Pilot, Phuxy, who went from player-to-pro overnight,” said DRL CEO and Founder, Nicholas Horbaczewski. “Taking place on DRL’s hyper-realistic drone racing sim, the Swatch DRL Tryouts is the only esport in the world that translates into real sports, further blending the digital and the real of the Sport of the Future.”

Swatch released a statement, noting: “Continuing our global partnership with the Drone Racing League to run the 2019 Tryouts, Swatch offers everyone a chance to become the next professional drone pilot by participating in this digital tournament. We are pleased to announce that the winner, Phluxy, is the new official Swatch Pilot and wish him a successful 2019 DRL Allianz World Championship Season.”

Last year, after packing in 264 hours of practice on the DRL Simulator, Santa Rosa, California native, Emmanuel “UFO” Moto, raced as the 2018 Swatch Pilot. He offered fans insights into his journey going from player to pilot in the Life of a Drone Racer video series. The 2017 Tryouts winner, Jacob “Jawz” Schneider, even landed a spot in both the 2018 and 2017 DRL Allianz World Championship finales, proving that extensive practice on the DRL Simulator can help pro racers fly to the top. 

Published at Tue, 12 Feb 2019 08:59:03 +0000

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