Life saving potential of DJI, & FLIR’s new cutting edge Camera.

Last Friday, DJI unveiled its new Zenmuse camera infused with LIDAR technology. The new tech was demonstrated at the headquarters of the Menlo Park fire department in California. Let me tell you, the possibilities are endless!

The dual vision camera outputs seperate streams: optimcal and thermal.
Tandemly those lenses enable the camera to capture heat signatures that are invisible to the naked eye, while also providing a 4K video feed for data capture and situational awareness.

Imagine being able to take off with an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle securing topical/side views of the building, analyzing the integrity of the structure, while simultaneously clearly picking ALL emitting heat signatures inside (person or pets) all without endangering a single firefighter whose concentrated on finding the safest/fastest route possible to evacuate.

Christian Struwe, DJI’s European head of public policy, told Internet of Business that the company is proud to move beyond consumer photography into areas that are more socially useful. “Every day we see an increasing number of stories from around the world, of drones not only saving time and money, but more importantly peoples’ lives.

In fact, just last year DJI released the first-ever survey of lifesaving drone activities, finding that on average drones save almost one life per week.

Taking things further, I imagine one day being able to use Augmented Reality combined with this newly implemented technology: to create an interactive 3D map, with up to the second updates to all our Firefighters, Police, and First Team Responders.

Help Kira Fight!

May 20th, 2019

Land2Sea Aerial Photography News Update

– In association with Trevor Salter [SalterWater.com] and Ananda Ortanez: We had the absolute privilege of covering the 2nd Annual Fight For Kira Surf Competition Cancer Fundraiser, held at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, CA.

This event was in support of Kira Stanley, a courageous 17-year-old Cali surfer diagnosed with an inoperable Brain-stem tumor (DIPG) in November 2017. This was her second fundraising event which will help her continue experimental cancer treatment.

All throughout the day: surfers competed fiercely across all ages, genders, and even cooperatively in the “Big Air” Session. Surf conditions were less than ideal – but these athletes had novices like myself thinking otherwise!

There were many outstanding raffle items, including tickets to Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch, an array of high-end surfboards, and wetsuits. Additionally, there was a free Easter Egg hunt for all the little ones.

The evening tied up beautifully, at the amazingly fresh Flower Child restaurant in Del Mar, CA. The engaging live music, thirst quenching cocktails, and delicious food had the masses overwhelmingly gratified!

For Land2Sea Aerial Photography, it is essential to be connected to the families in our community and to be reminded of the wonderfully inspiring people like Kira: who still persevere day after day. She truly is a guiding light example of living life daily, to the fullest.

Compassion, dependability, and integrity all support the unwavering values that we as a company and our associates embody.

Upcoming on Sunday, June 9th, 2019: We are delighted to announce we will be covering this year’s SPIN4 Crohn’s and Colitis event. This year’s venue will be on the ROOFTOP of Lululemon in La Jolla, CA!!

Just imagine you, your friends, and a community of IBD warriors riding into the sunset to put an end to IBD. Join solo or a team of up to 4 riders, raise funds, and pedal with a purpose!

More than 80 cents of every dollar raised goes towards breakthrough research, public and professional education, and patient support services in communities across the nation. For more information about our June 9th event, please contact event manager Rena Rorro at 646-899-0602.