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The Parrot Disco is a wing-shaped drone that can reach a top speed of 50mph and stay aloft for up to 45-minutes. And thanks to improvements in the drone’s autopilot software, it can take off and land automatically and loiter over a specific location, shooting video with its nose-mounted 1080p camera.
3DR didn’t have a booth at the show, but they were in Las Vegas conducting demos and showing of a new camera control feature for their Solo drone, called Smart Shots.
DJI Phantom 3
DJI shows off the recently announced Phantom 3 4K drone in their “flycage” at CES 2016.
Zeiss VR ONE headset controlling a DJI inspire 1 PRO
DJI shows off how the camera on the DJI inspire 1 PRO drone can be controlled via the Zeiss VR ONE headset.
DJI Inspire 1 PRO black edition
The DJI Inspire 1 PRO black edition certainly looks more stealthy than its sibling with the white housing.
DJI wasn’t just showing off its new drones, but also some of its existing models, like the DJI S1000.
DJI Matrice 100
The DJI Matrice 100 is designed as a test platform for developers to create new hardware and software applications for their drones. It feature’s the company’s new Guidance collision avoidance software powered by Intel hardware.
The DJI Ronin is a handheld 3-axis, stabilized gimbal system.
AEE Technology AP20 - Black
AEE Technology showed off their new A20 new line of drones (available in 2016) and action cameras. The A20 has a 500-meter maximum control range, a 4K-resolution camera, automatic retractable landing gear.
AEE A20 Drone - White
AEE S90 action camera
Along with new drones, AEE also debuted a new line of action cameras, the S90 series.
AEE S90A action camera
The S90A shoots 4K video at 30 fps, can take 16 megapixel still photos, and has an integrated 1.8″ touchscreen display.
AEE A20 in its carrying case
Hexo+ recently started shipping its drone, which retails for $1,350.
Byrobot Petrone Drone
Thanks to the Petrone’s infrared transmitters and receivers pilots can engage in aerial combat.
X PlusOne Platinum Black
The X PlusOne Platinum Black drone from xCraft can reach speeds of 60mph and fly for up to 20 minutes.Fu
The WALKERA Furious 360 racing drone can reach speeds of 75mph and has a front-facing camera that shoots 1080p video at 60fps.
Yuneec Typhoon Q500+
The Yuneec Q500+ can fly for up to 25 minutes and its camera can record full HD 1080p video at 60 FPS.
Yuneec Tornado H920
Yuneec Typhoon H
Featured during the Intel keynote, the Typhoon H can fly for up to 22 minutes, has a 4K camera, six rotors, collapsable arms, and features a Intel’s RealSense collision avoidance system.
Yuneec Typhoon H
The Typhoon H’s arms fold down to allow for easy storage and transportation.
Eken Hawk V6
The Eken Hawk V6 can capture 2.7k video and fly for up to 20 minutes.
Walkera Runner 250
ZEROTECH HighOne (with attached safety parachute)
Nine Eagles showed off several drones.
ProDrone Byrd - White
The ProDrone Byrd comes in three models: Standard (500m transmission distance, 25-min flight time, and 1080p camera), Advanced (2km transmission distance, 29-min flight time, and GoPro gimbal), and Premium (2km transmission distance, 29-min flight time, and 4K camera).
ProDrone Byrd - Black
The ProDrone Byrd has retracting arms.
Aspiring drone pilots can learn to safely fly their craft at Aerodrome’s main campus in Henderson, NV and its flight center at the Eldorado Droneport in Boulder City, NV.
Although most of the drones at CES 2016 were designed to fly, Thunder Tiger showed off their TTR-SB SEAWOLF submersible ROV.