Today's guest on the Drone Radio Show is Sally French, a southern-California native and Social Media Editor at MarketWatch. She’s a graduate of the University of Missouri, Columbia and has two degrees -- a Bachelor of Arts in German and a Bachelors of Journalism in International and Investigative Photojournalism. She’s a drone enthusiast and has been covering the drone industry for the past couple of years, through her highly successful blog, “The Drone Girl”. Sally is a strong advocate for gender equality in the drone industry and in July 2015, Fortune Magazine recognized her as one of the four top women shaping the future of the drone industry.
Can a drone be used to make a better glass of wine? Today’s guest on the Drone Radio Show is Ryan Kunde, owner of DRNK Wine in the Russian River Valley area of northern California. DRNK Wines produces wines sourced from the best vineyards throughout the North Coast and using the latest winemaking techniques (including drones) to create elegantly crafted and balanced wines. In this podcast, Ryan describes how are drones are used to survey the vineyards and used as a decision making tool in the winemaking process.
Are you thinking about a career in the drone industry and wondering how to get started? Today’s guest on the Drone Radio Show Podcast is Tariq Rashid who works with Skyward (Seattle), an information management company for today’s UAV networks. In this episode Tariq describes how transitioned from the U.S. Navy as a helicopter pilot to a position with Skyward. His story provides lessons for others seeking a rewarding career in the drone industry.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to race a drone through an obstacle course or battle bots in the air? Today’s guest on the Drone Radio Show Podcast is Marque Cornblatt, CEO of Game of Drones, a drone aerial company based in San Francisco. Marque has been specializing in robotics, digital media & viral marketing, telepresence and conceptual technology for several years. In 2012, he co-founded Game of Drones, a drone-based game and entertainment company. The company recently launched the Aerial Sports League, and Marque is looking to make Games of Drones the leading drone entertainment company in the world.
Are you wondering how rising demand for drones is changing the face of retailing? Today’s guest on the Drone Radio Show Podcast is Dr. Tim McGuiness, of Drone Cyclone, an online retailer of emerging consumer technologies, including drones, 3-D printers and robotics. Tim has more than 30 years of experience in the on-line retail business. He was a co-founder of Tiger Direct, inventor of the Atari personal computer and has been flying drones for 7 years. He’s now turning his attention to making Drone Cyclone the dominant drone retailer in the world.
Have you ever wondered how drones are being used in the television and film industry? Today’s guest on the Drone Radio Show Podcast is Steven Levy, founder of Habana Avenue, a full service media content company. Under Steven’s guidance, Habana Avenue has provides leading edge media content. In 2015, Habana Avenue received a Section 333 FAA exemption to integrate drones in the creation of media content. Since then, Steven and his team of award winning cinematographers and pilots are redefining what’s possible in producing innovative and spectacular content for a range of media clients.
Are you thinking about starting a drone based business, but don’t know where to begin? Today’s guest on the Drone Radio Show Podcast is Justin Quigley, owner of Birdseye Productions in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Birdseye Productions delivers high quality videography services. The company was founded in 2014 when Justin, attending a large community event, saw his first drone in action and was inspired to create his drone based videography business. In this podcast, Justin describes the steps he took to create his drone based business.