Heliguy and DJI are heading to the UK's largest and longest running contemporary design event later this month. 100% Design describes itself as a diverse, inspirational design experience. It's attracted tens of thousands of design professionals for more than 20 years.
DJI is launching a special edition magazine about the company called "SkyPixel". The magazine introduces DJI and the wider UAV industry and will be in both English and Chinese.
Visitors will be able to meet Heliguy staff and talk about DJI's iconic aircraft as well as the range of services provided by Heliguy, which include technical support, repairs, custom builds and pilot training. Our team will be able to answer your questions about the CAA approved course we provide for aspiring commercial drone pilots.You'll also have the chance to buy your own DJI Phantom 3 or DJI Inspire 1 drone. Card machines will be available.
The SkyPixel magazine is being produced in collaboration with IDEAT China. Originally from France, IDEAT – the world pioneer magazine focusing on design and lifestyle, has entered the Chinese market.
They say "Embracing lifestyle, design, fashion and travel together, IDEAT CHINA explores the contemporary relationship between human beings and space."
DJI Inspire 1 - design icon
Exhibitors at 100% Design are carefully selected, reflecting the show’s focus on design quality, innovation and relevance to the architecture and design community. Used as an influential platform, the show saw over 1,000 new products launched in 2014. These companies and products, alongside a comprehensive collection of the best media and specialist industry partners, contribute to make 100% Design an essential destination.
For 2015, the show will take over a new venue, moving to Olympia London. Staged over 20,000 square metres and across 2 floors of the venue, 100% Design is the commercial cornerstone event of the London Design Festival.
The 4 day trade show starts on Wednesday September 23rd and opens to the general public on Saturday the 26th.
You need a drone license when you are flying as a commercial drone pilot, ie when you are using your drone for work and money-making purposes. This means, in most cases, you will need to sit the FAA Part 107 test.
You do not need a drone license when you are flying as a hobby and for purely recreational purposes. However, you will need to operate by strict rules. There are plans to introduce the requirement for hobbyists to pass an online aeronautical knowledge and safety test.