GoolRC L15W Wifi FPV Drone with Camera Live Video, Altitude Hold, 3D Flips, Headless Mode, One key Return RC Quadcopter

Specifications:
Brand name: LiDi RC
Item name: L15 Wifi Edition
Color: White
Controller: 2.4GHz mode 2
Channels: 4 Channels
Gyroscope: 6-Axis
Function: Forward/backward, up/down, left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip, headless mode, high/low speed, one-key return, altitude hold, real-time image transmission, photo and video taking
Remote distance: About 100m
Battery for quadcopter: 3.7V 650mAh, li-po battery
Battery weight: 18g
Battery dimensions: 4.7 * 2.5 * 9mm
Charging time: About 60 minutes
Working time: About 8 minutes
Battery for remote controller: 4 * AA battery (not included)
Item dimensions: 265 * 265 * 102mm / * * in
Item weight: 92.4g
There might be some deviation due to manual measurement.

Tips for beginner:
1. Please read the instruction manual carefully before flying the drone. RC drone is not a toy ,the suitable age is above 14 years old.
2. Matching the drone and controller successfully and installing the propellers on right position ,otherwise the drone will not take off.
3. If the drone is flying to on side dramatically or spinning while hovering ,please switch off the power of both controller and drone and then match the drone and controller again.
4. Avoiding overcharging and excessive discharging the battery 
 
After-Sales Service:
Please feel free to contact us by email directly when any problem happens to you. No matter how serious the problem is, we will try our best to help you fix the problem, and make you satisfied with our service, don’t worry. All emails will be replied in 24 hours, we will deal with your problem as soon as possible.

Product Features

  • ALTITUDE HOLD MODE: When you push the throttle stick and then release, the rc drone will automatically set the height. Thus you can fly the drone easily and steadily.
  • WIFI FPV REAL TIME TRANSMISSION: The live video will be shown on your phone by WIFI, the pictures and video store in your phone , so it`s easy to share them with your friend.
  • TWO SPEED MODES: Which allows you to fly, for instance, in a small spaces with low speed and maximum control or in more spacious areas with a very fast speed.
  • COLORFUL LED: Led light add flying fun,and it makes your drone eye-catching, with the colorful and bright LED light,you will find it easy to night fly and difficult to lose the drone.
  • STABLE FLGHT SYSTEM : With the latest 6-axis gyro flight control system, the drone will fly stably so that you can enjoy the easier flight ,taking clear photo and video.

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AEE Technology AP10 Pro GPS Drone Quadcopter Full HD 1080P 60 FPS 16MP Camera (White)

The AP10 Pro Aircraft system hails from the Toruk AP series of Quadcopter drones from AEE Technology. Dominate the landscape and take to the skies, GPS semi-autonomous flight guarantees that the drone works for you to get the perfect shot. Simply point it in the right direction and let loose your creativity in capturing dynamic video and photos from an aerial perspective. Outfitted with a sophisticated GPS receiver, barometric pressure sensor, multi-directional 3D compass, and 6-axis gyro the AP10 Pro is capable of 3D position-hold hovering with automatic stability and fail-safe return to home mode. Be prepared for the most intuitive and user-friendly flying experience, never has it been this easy! Great for all pilot skill levels from the aspiring aerial photographer to the professional enthusiast. No drone would be complete without video output, so the AP10 Pro features an integrated Full HD 1080P camera system that records at 60 FPS and is also capable of 16MP still images. The AP10 Pro utilizes a Wi-Fi repeater system to provide live first person streaming video to a mobile device of your choice.

Product Features

  • 1080P Full HD Video at 60 FPS, 16MP Still Images, 90 degree capable vertical tilt camera with live first person view streaming, GPS auto stability semi-autonomous flight (Automatic position hold and hover), maximum flight range of 500 meters.
  • 10 inch propellers for maximum flight stability and maneuverability, 44 MPH maximum speed, 22 – 33 MPH cruising velocity, all weather body for light to medium rain and snow, Class 4 wind resistance rating.
  • 5300 mAh intelligent LiPo battery for up to 25 minute flying time, fail safe protocol with auto return home feature (returns to takeoff point).
  • Mini-B USB input for hassle free firmware updates, mobile App available on iOS and Android store for FPV, telemetry data, camera zoom, and other useful flight and camera control features.
  • Not intended for children under 18 years of age.

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Synergy Drone, LLC v. SZ DJI Technology Co and Parrot SA

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Nicolas Labbit is defending his team’s hard work. Drone Control, LLC applied for and won patents for Intelligent Flight Modes, Course Lock and Home Lock in DJI speak and Absolute Control if you talk Parrot. These were granted on Valentines Day 2017. The action against Parrot and DJI kicked off last Friday, the 17th of March 2017.

In short, it undoes the problem new users face when controls seem to reverse when flying back towards yourself (they don’t). That is too complex an explanation, like this.

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The inventors were Katherine C. Stuckman, and Michael D. Reynolds. The Patents were filed in 2008.

Drone Control LLC became a Domestic Limited Liability Company (LLC) on Monday, August 1, 2016. Nicolas Labbit was the general manager of Drone Control, LLC.

Things change, Nicolas then becomes Synergy Drone (sounds like a team from the Apprentice) on the 21st of November 2016. They live at 5850 Granite Pkwy Ste 215, Plano, TX.

Where does it go from here, is it down to the lake?

Nicolas has not done much in the drone world But he is busy in the Patent world a Google search immediately throws up two stories.

Nicolas Labbit

Twenty Five Patent infringements against Banks in 2015 and the splendidly named Jakuta Diode who went after Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., American Honda Motor Co. and five other companies.

I know of at least one other flight controller that existed before 2008 that used this method of flight control. If under a different name. I am certain you dear sUAS News reader can remind me of more.

I won’t mention the one I am thinking of as no doubt a patent case will head their way!

Good luck to DJI and Parrot I hope they prevail against this nonsense.

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Download DJI Filing and Parrot SA Filing

Highlights from the DJI court document

17. Plaintiff Synergy Drone owns patents relating to methods, systems, and devices for controlling radio-controlled vehicles, including helicopters and other aircraft (“RC vehicles”).

18. Plaintiff Synergy Drone protects its proprietary rights in such technologies through the use of patents. For example, Synergy Drone owns patents relating to improvements in controlling RC vehicles in modes other than from the perspective of the RC vehicle, such as from the perspective of a remote control device or a user of a remote control device.

19. Defendants develop, manufacture, market, and distribute drones and drone-related products, both in the United States and internationally.

20. Many of the Defendants’ drone and drone-related products utilize control modes that allow the user to control the Defendants’ products in a mode from a perspective of a remote control device or a user of a remote control device, rather than from the perspective of the drone or drone-related product being controlled. For example, some of Defendants’ products operate in “Intelligent Flight Modes,” which include at least “Course Lock” mode and “Home Lock” mode, both of which allow the user to control the product from a perspective of a remote control device or a user of a remote control device. Case 1:17-cv-00242-LY Document 1 Filed 03/17/17 Page 5 of 22 6 21.

Defendants have incorporated innovative features of the Synergy Drone Patents into their drone and drone-related products, as explained below.

85. The Defendants could have learned of the ‘913 patent when it issued. When Nicolas Labbit, general manager of Drone Control, LLC, the immediate past predecessor in interest of the ‘375, ‘368, ‘918, ‘116, and ‘913 patents, sent a letter to Defendants on September 28, 2016, apprising Defendants of the ‘375, ‘368, ‘918, and ‘116 patents, the application that led to the ‘913 patent was pending at the United States Patent Office, and is directly related to the ‘375, ‘368, ‘918, and ‘116 patents. Defendants could have easily monitored this application until the ‘913 patent issued on February 14, 2017. Therefore, Defendants either knew or should have known about the ‘913 patent at least as of February 14, 2017, when the ‘913 patent issued. And yet, Defendants have continued to commit acts of infringement and have failed to cease their infringing activities. Because Defendants either knew or should have known of the ‘913 patent but acted despite an objectively high likelihood that their actions constituted infringing activities. Because Defendants either knew or should have known of the ‘913 patent but acted despite an objectively high likelihood that their actions constituted infringement of a valid patent, Defendants’ infringement has been, and continues to be, willful.

86. As a result of Defendants’ infringement of at least claims 1, 3-6, 8-11, and 13-15 of the ‘913 patent, Plaintiff Synergy Drone has suffered monetary damages in an amount yet to be determined, and will continue to suffer damages in the future unless Defendants’ infringing activities are enjoined by this Court.

87. Defendants’ wrongful acts have damaged and will continue to damage Plaintiff Synergy Drone irreparably, and Plaintiff has no adequate remedy at law for those wrongs and injuries. In addition to its actual damages, Plaintiff Synergy Drone is entitled to a permanent injunction restraining and enjoining Defendants and their respective agents, servants and employees, and all persons acting thereunder, in concert with, or on its behalf, from infringing at least claims 1, 3-6, 8-11, and 13-15 of the ‘913 patent.

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