Drone racing is a sport where drone pilots strive to build extremely fast drones to fly around a set course as fast as possible. Exhilarating, thrilling and intense – the high-octane sport of first-person-view (FPV) drone racing has really taken off at both amateur and professional levels.
While this skilled and immersive way of flying a drone is relatively new, its popularity has helped the official Drone Racing League (DRL) establish itself .
“The 2019 DRL Allianz World Championship Season is coming! With custom built racing drones traveling 90 MPH+, pilots race FPV (First Person View) through the most insane 3D courses ever created outside of a video game. The high-speed action airs on the best sports networks, including NBC, NBC Sports, Twitter, Sky Sports, ProSieben, Groupe AB, OSN and FOX Sports Asia.”
FPV is a type of drone flying where pilots use cameras to fly drones as if they were sitting in the cockpit. Some pilots fly using FPV monitors, where as others use specialized FPV goggles to give them a more immersive experience.
DJI this week released the Digital FPV System – the first low latency HD video transmission signal comprising new FPV goggles and a small, high-definition camera and air unit (or transmitter) – helping you fly like a bird and to take drone racing to the next level. The system is available to pre-order now from Heliguy.
This video below shows some of the world’s most-skilled pilots battling to complete the courses and avoid obstacles in the quickest time possible.
Drone racing doesn’t just need to be staged in stadiums though. You can compete almost anywhere, turning your local park or garden into a race track with the right equipment and some imagination.Shows just how thrilling the sport can be.
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