Zenmuse x7, camera super 35 mm per il drone DJI Inspire 2

Da DJI arriva quella che potrebbe essere  la prima videocamera digitale Super 35 al mondo ottimizzata per la cinematografia aerea professionale. Sviluppata appositamente per il drone Inspire2,  ha ottiche in carbonio per menatenere basso il payload e quindi ottenere maggiore autonomia in volo. Nuovo anche il sistema colore, sviluppato in collaborazione con Techicolor.

“La Zenmuse X7 offre tutto ciò di cui hanno bisogno coloro che generano contenuti professionali, per creare filmati aerei impressionanti e vividi, proprio nel modo in cui lo desiderano”, ha dichiarato Paul Pan, Senior Merchandise Supervisor di DJI.  Tante le novità, dal sensore  Super 35 fino al supporto, dalle lenti al sistema di colore.

Più libertà espressiva

La Zenmuse X7 è dotata di un sensore video Super 35 a 14 quit dinamici, 23.5×15.7 mm  con 24 milioni di pixel effettivi, per ottenere un livello di dettaglio notevole sia con poca luce sia con luce forte, grazie al sistema di cattura immagini a bassa rumorosità che migliora l’adattabilità preservando i dettagli in aree sia di forte che di bassa luminosità. Questo si traduce in una risoluzione mai ottenuta prima con una camera DJI integrata in un drone, e precisamente  6K CinemaDNG Uncooked o 5.2K Apple ProRes fino a 30 frame al secondo, che salgono a poco meno di 60 frame al secondo con il 3.9K CinemaDNG Uncooked o 2.7K ProRes, sempre facilmente integrabili nei flussi standard di write-up produzione.

Per le lenti intercambiabili Zenmuse X7 utilizza  il DJI DL-Mount, una flangia dalla distanza focale ultra corta per lenti 16 mm, 24 mm, 35 mm e 50 mm, tutte con apertura massima di F/2.8 e realizzate in fibra di carbonio, il che le rende durevoli nel tempo e soprattutto leggere. Per consentire la regolazione delle impostazioni avanzate ed eventuali perfezionamenti, le lenti 16 mm sono dotate di un filtro interno ND 4, mentre le lenti da 24, 35 e 50 mm sono caratterizzate da otturatori meccanici.

Maggiore flessibilità in write-up-produzione

DJI ha anche introdotto un nuovo sistema colore, il DJI Cinema Color Program (DCCS) per venire incontro alle esigenze dei clienti che fanno riprese per serie Television, pubblicità, documentari e altro.  “Per la Zenmuse X7, abbiamo elevato la nostra scienza del colore a un altro livello – continua Paul Pan – Ci siamo consultati con Technicolor, l’autorità mondiale sulla scienza del colore chief nel mondo. Sotto la loro guida, i nostri ingegneri hanno sviluppato una curva ottimizzata per la X7 che consente più latitudine senza sacrificare la qualità dell’immagine”.

Il DCCS mostra un nuovo spazio di colore D-Log Curve e D-Gamut RGB per offrire una maggiore flessibilità e various opzioni di colore durante la fase di write-up-produzione. Il D-Log estende ulteriormente la serie dinamica, mentre lo spazio di colore D-Gamut RGB preserva maggiori informazioni sul colore per supportare gli scenari cinematografici più impegnativi, fornendo colori accurati per una veloce e facile fase di write-up-produzione.

Il nuovo EI Method mima il modo in cui una videocamera si muove, per aiutare i cineoperatori a catturare quante più informazioni possibili in ogni scena, bilanciando dinamismo e rumore con various curve logaritmiche a favore dell’adattabilità durante la fase di write-up-produzione.

Il sistema di gimbal Zenmuse X7 pesa solo 631 grammi con le lenti 16 mm. Il tempo di volo del drone DJI Inspire 2 con la Zenmuse X7 può raggiungere i 23 minuti. 

Confronto con la Zenmuse X5S

Prezzi e disponibilità

La videocamera Zenmuse X7 ha un costo di 2.999 Euro. Le lenti da 16 mm, 24 mm e 35 mm saranno disponibili al prezzo di 1.499 Euro ciascuna e quella da 50 mm per 1.399 Euro. I clienti potranno acquistare un combo di lenti Zenmuse X7 che include things like tutte e 4 le lenti al costo di 4.899 Euro. Le spedizioni della Zenmuse X7 partiranno agli inizi di novembre 2017 dal sito dji.com, nei negozi DJI, negozi al dettaglio autorizzati DJI  e rivenditori DJI.

Il DJI Treatment Refresh sarà disponibile per il gimbal Zenmuse X7 esattamente come per il drone Inspire 2. 

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NVIDIA Scores 2 Drone Wins — Including the AI for an E-Commerce Giant’s Delivery Drones | Business Markets and Stocks News

NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) is on track — or perhaps we should say on a flight path — to conquer the small unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, space. Within the past month, the graphics-chip specialist has scored two notable artificial-intelligence (AI) wins in this realm.

This is a great news for investors, because the drone space is already rapidly growing — research firm Gartner estimates that the global civil drone market grew 36% to $4.5 billion last year — and is widely expected to explode in size in the coming decade, as companies increasingly adopt drones for deliveries, industrial inspections, and agricultural, entertainment, security, and other purposes.   

It seems to largely fly under many investors’ radars that along with driverless cars and trucks, NVIDIA’s graphics processing units-based approach to deep learning — a burgeoning category of AI in which a machine is trained to make inferences from data as we humans do — can also be used to smarten up drones. 

Here’s what you should know.

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com is using NVIDIA’s Jetson AI supercomputer to help usher in a Jetsons-like reality. Image source: Getty Images.

Drone delivery is coming — and NVIDIA is poised to profit 

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com selected NVIDIA’s AI supercomputer Jetson — the name a fun nod to the classic sci-fi cartoon The Jetsons — to power its drone and ground robot delivery initiatives, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang announced at the company’s recent graphics processing units technology conference in Beijing. 

This partnership presents a huge opportunity for NVIDIA, as JD.com is the second-largest online retailer behind Alibaba in the fast-growing Chinese market. Moreover, the company is 12.1% owned by Wal-Mart — which has steadily been increasing its stake — suggesting to me that if JD.com is pleased with NVIDIA’s products, the world’s largest retailer could adopt the company’s AI for its drone deliveries in the future. 

JD.com’s innovation lab, JD X, has created two delivery vehicles. JDrover is a 4-wheeled robot that JD X is testing for so-called “last-mile deliveries” on college campuses. Turning to JDrone, which is our focus, JD X has launched a pilot program in various Chinese provinces, including Beijing, to use the drones for delivery, agricultural, and search and rescue applications. The lab estimates that it will release more than 1 million drones over the next five years.

Thanks to Jetson’s high performance, low power consumption, small form factor, and advanced vision abilities, JDrones sport impressive capabilities. They can currently fly at up to 100 kilometers per hour, or about 62 miles per hour, and deliver packages weighing up to 30 kilograms, or about 66 pounds. Early test results have been terrific: JD.com has been able to reduce its logistics fees by 70% in rural areas, which have presented a challenge for e-commerce companies because of poor transportation infrastructure. 

Within the next decade or even sooner, it should be a common sight to see drones darting through the skies carrying packages, according to many industry watchers. Despite some challenges, the super-fast speeds at which some consumers will be able to receive their online orders by drone promises to make it a popular delivery method. Amazon.com, for instance, touts that once regulations allow it to roll out Prime Air, the drone service will deliver packages weighing up to 5 pounds within 30 minutes. 

Image source: Getty Images.

GE Venture company deal opens the door to the $40 billion industrial inspection space

Early last month, NVIDIA and Avitas Systems, a General Electric (NYSE: GE) venture, announced that Avitas will use NVIDIA’s AI to optimize its use of drones and other robotic forms for industrial inspections.  Specifically, Avitas is using NVIDIA’s DGX-1 AI supercomputer for AI training and inferencing in the data center, and — because high-speed connectivity to data centers can sometimes be out of reach — it’s also using NVIDIA DGX Station right at the inspection location for making inferences from the video and images obtained by the drones and other robots.  

“Using our latest DGX systems to help train robots and better predict industrial defects increases worker safety, protects the environment, and leads to substantial cost savings for companies,” Jim McHugh, general manager of DGX Systems for NVIDIA said on the company’s blog.

Globally, industrial companies reportedly spend about $40 billion per year to inspect their physical assets, and select huge companies can spend upward of $100 million every year on their industrial inspections. Of course, drones and other robotic forms aren’t likely to entirely replace humans for all industrial inspections, so the total addressable market should be less than $40 billion. In addition to size, the fairly non-elastic nature of this market makes it attractive. Many industrial companies can’t lessen their inspection efforts without falling afoul of regulations and/or risking serious or even catastrophic consequences. 

Wrapping it up

Drones are not new, as the military has used them for some time. However, thanks to several factors, including rapidly decreasing costs and a vast improvement in sensors and AI computing power in recent years, the applications for civil drones are already expanding and are expected to explode as regulations around the globe — particularly in the U.S. — become more favorable. 

While projections for the drone market vary quite a bit by source, Gartner estimates that global revenue from sales of drones for the civil market will grow 34% to $6 billion in 2017 and then nearly double to $11.2 billion by 2020. 

While it’s still early in the game, NVIDIA is positioning itself to profit from the fast-growing drone space.

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Parrot、新型「Bebop 2 Power」を発売 – DRONE

Parrot、新型「Bebop 2 Power」を発売

2017-10-06 掲載

Parrotは、「Bebop」の新型「Bebop 2 Power」を発売した。この新型モデルは改良されたハードウェアやソフトウェアを用いており、30分という驚くべき飛行時間を可能にした。

Parrot「Bebop 2」とは

ドローン業界において、Parrotの最新ドローンは長く間待ち望まれていた。旧型の「Bebop 2」は2015年の冬に発売。クワッドコプター人気に続き息をひそめて待っていた。DJIは「Phantom」を作り「Mavic Pro」を発売し、小型の「Spark」を製造した。ではBebop 2 Powerは、そうしたドローン需要を次第に満たしていったライバルたちに、どうしたら立ち向かうことができるのか?

最も注目するのは、驚異的な30分という飛行時間とそのコスパ。今のところ、ParrotのWebサイトから599ドル(約6万円)で購入可能。値段に見合った価値があるかどうか、すぐに分かるはずだ。

Bebop 2 Powerは、多くの人から愛されていたものの制限が多かったBebop 2の発売から、時間を経て発表された。Parrotはパイロットすべてにとって魅力的なテクノロジーと機能を備えた丸みを帯びたドローンを作るのに精力を注いだ。

重さ1.15ポンド(525g)のBebop 2 Powerは、最上級の商用ドローンに匹敵する30分という飛行時間を超え、2つのバッテリーを積んでいるため、1時間飛び続けることが可能だとしている。さらに手振れ補正や新しい飛行モードの範囲拡大、手のひらで行える離陸、一人称視点(FPV)システムつき、新しいスカイコントローラー、マットブラックの仕上げがアップグレードされた。またこのドローンはParrotのFreeFlight Proアプリで直接飛ばすこともできる。

カメラ

Bebop 2 Powerの課題はカメラだ。とはいえ、このカメラには14メガピクセル、1/2.3インチのCMOSセンサーが取り付けられており30fps(フレーム数)でフルHD画像の撮影が可能。JPEGやAdobe DNG RAWの画像は、撮影後に修正可能なほか、明るく鮮明な空中の映像を撮るために、カスタマイズの広角レンズや最先端の歪みも補正可能だ。

Parrotが特許取得した3軸デジタルスタビリゼーション技術により、振動やエイリアシング効果を減らせるとしている。4Kビデオではないことを残念がる人もいるだろうが、それでもビデオ画像は素晴らしい。

コンピュータ支援飛行モードと安定化システムを用いて、プロのような写真が撮れる

空の旅が簡単になるように設計された飛行モードがある。

■カメラマン:プロがサポートしてくれるように、このモードはビデオや写真が簡単に撮れる。スマートフォンのスクリーンをダブルタップし、焦点を合わせたりスライドさせたりすることでフレームに被写体を収める。この備え付け人工知能(AI)の効果によりドローンの飛行操縦に集中でき、Bebop 2 Powerが写真を撮ってくれる。例え被写体が動いていても、フレームの中で同じ位置にしっかりと映る。

■魔法のセルカドローン:画像認識やスマートフォンのGPSの位置を用いて、Bebop 2 Powerにおける4つの自動動作を使った、究極の「ドローンセルカ(自撮り)」ができる。OrbitやTornado、Parabola(パラボラ)、Boomerang(ブーメラン)のモードによって画像効果を持たせ、いつでもフレームの中心に収まることが可能。

■GPSとビジュアルトラッキング(視覚追跡)で追跡:Parrot Bebop 2 Powerに組み込まれた視覚追跡機能によって、様々な冒険の思い出を残し、激しいスポーツをしているときでも被写体はビデオの真ん中に居続けられる。

■自動シャッター:洗練された写真機能やカメラのエフェクト機能によって景色を捉えることができる(360やReveal、EpicやRise presetsなど)。

手のひらから離陸

DJIのSparkと同じくBebop 2 Powerは、手のひらから飛ばすことが可能。下向きに向かい合ったセンサーが、ドローンが地上にいるのか手の上にいるのか判断する。Bebop 2 Powerを手の上に持ち、アプリやParrot Skycontroller 2の離陸ボタンを押すとプロペラがゆっくり動き出す。そしてParrot Bebop 2 Powerを前方に放り投げることでプロペラが加速し、ドローンが安定して宙に浮く。

Bebop Ability 2と空飛ぶ一人称視点(FPV)

ParrotはBebop 2 Powerによってほとんどの必要な機能を満たした。また、Parrotの新しい「Cockpitglasses 2」も同じく満たしている。ほとんどのスマートフォンと互換可能で、広角の96°の景色の中心に自分が映る。

FPVゴーグルは、さまざまな操縦モードと組み合わせることが可能で、そのモードは離陸前に選べる。その中にはドローンの電力を節約し、FPVドローンのレースに理想的な「スポーツ」モードも搭載しており、Bebop 2 Powerは最速で時速40マイル(時速65km)で飛行可能。

安全機能:「Bebop 2 Power」の課題は?

新型「Bebop」に障害物回避機能を求めていたParrotファンにとっては、残念ながらその機能は含まれていない。代わりに、Parrotはドローンの後ろについた青い点滅灯で安全を確保するとともに、変更可能なジオフェンスシステムつきで、スムーズな帰還が可能となった。また、アプリには「FindMyDrone」設定があり、前回のGPS位置の履歴が残っているため同じ飛行を繰り返すことができる。

まとめ

Parrotの新型ドローンは、599ドル(約6万円)という素晴らしい値段で、消費者市場へ確実な進出を遂げた。Bebop 2 Powerはオプションで追加料金のかたちをとっているため、このコスパが実現できている。予備のバッテリーやParrotの「SkyController 2」、FPVセットはそれぞれDJIに数100ドル支払う必要がある。こうした付属品は、飛行時間においても他のドローンでやりたいどんなことにおいても、パイロットの自由が広がる。

Bebop 2 Powerが、「Mavic Pro」や「Phantom 4」「Phantom 4 Pro」と競おうとしているわけでないことは明らかだ。むしろエントリーモデル寄りにいる。おそらくSparkのターゲット市場でもある、ドローン好きな人たちに向けたものだ。しかし興味深いことに、商用パイロットにも人気を集めている。結局、すでに旧型「Bebop 2」や商用パイロットに向けた「Disco」を超えた。

また、できるだけ長時間空中に留まり仕事を成し遂げられるよう、頑丈なものを求めている人にとって、おそらくこの新型ドローンは旧型に代わるドローンとなっている。既存のDJIのジオフェンスシステムにより、着陸時に独自のジオフェンスを選べるのは大きな助けになる。

Bebop 2 Powerのスピードを含め、特にDJIのSparkやMavic Proに比べてどうなのか、近いうちに感想や評判を得られることを期待したい。落ちるときにその機能が試される。

▶︎Bebop 2 Ability

A Phantom 4 drone hit a helicopter in excess of New York and the drone came off even worse

Why it issues to you

The information of this specific incident usually are not however known, but it nonetheless offers a practical reminder for drone proprietors to test that they are running in a secure space.

We have heard a large amount in excess of the final couple decades about plane coming uncomfortable close to client drones, but an genuine collision took spot recently close to New York Town.

The incident happened towards the end of final month and involved an Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter and a Phantom 4 drone. The drone came off even worse.

DJI’s digital camera-equipped Phantom 4 introduced final yr and has proved massively preferred with buyers hunting for a complex quadcopter at a first rate price tag.

The helicopter, which was carrying protection officers to the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan, landed safely and securely at Linden airport in New Jersey, but an inspection disclosed damage to its principal rotor blade, window frame, and transmission deck, National Transportation Protection Board (NTSB) officers told United states These days.

drone helicopter new york collision phantom 4 part

NTSB

How do they know it was a Phantom 4 that struck the helicopter? For the reason that they recovered sections of the quadcopter (pictured) from the helicopter right after it landed.

Those examining the incident managed to observe down the operator of the drone, who’s been cooperating with the investigation. The operator’s flight logs are also getting examined.

Certain information connected to the incident are however to be disclosed, but the helicopter’s pilot and passengers will be thanking their fortunate stars that the plane stayed flying right after coming into call with the quadcopter in midair.

Incidents involving drones and manned plane are on the maximize in U.S. airspace, however this is considered to be the to start with report of a direct hit concerning the two.

Details compiled by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) concerning February and September 2016 reveals 1,274 probable drone sightings by U.S. air targeted traffic amenities, as opposed to 874 for the exact same period a yr previously. One particular close to-pass up incident in 2016 involved a Lufthansa passenger jet coming in to land at Los Angeles intercontinental airport.

The authorities are taking into consideration a myriad of alternatives to attempt to prevent drones from coming close to airports. Existing alternatives include everything from net-firing bazookas to flying drone-hunter bots and even eagles that are educated to pluck rogue flying machines straight out of the sky.

DJI spokesperson Adam Lisberg told United states These days his enterprise is performing with investigators in a bid to uncover out accurately what occurred in the current incident. Knowledgeable of the increasing problem between FAA officers regarding perilous drone flights by irresponsible pilots, Lisberg reported, “We have normally instructed drone operators to obey the legislation and rules relevant to drones in their jurisdiction, and we urge our prospects to entirely teach on their own about how to fly safely and securely.”

Lisberg included, “Millions of men and women safely and securely use drones for personalized and specialist utilizes, and we hope they will be a part of us in our determination to ensuring drones remain a reward to society.”




DJI – Inspire 2 – Cinematic Choices Episode 2: Caribbean Thief



Whether or not it is flying in sturdy winds at sea, taking pictures at evening, or following quickly-moving objects, the DJI Inspire 2 flies specifically and reliably, so aerial videographers can easily seize shots that bring their vision to life. In this second part of our Cinematic Choices sequence, watch how the Inspire 2 allows filmmakers notify the story of a thief stealing valuables from a ship docked close to a remote Caribbean island.

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DJI – Inspire 2 – Cinematic Options Episode 1: Snow Chase



The DJI Inspire 2 is the perfect ready-to-fly expert drone for formidable filmmakers. This limited movie demonstrates the electric power and trustworthiness of the Inspire 2 with dynamic chase scenes shot totally in sub-zero circumstances. Self-heating batteries and a strong propulsion program allow the Inspire 2 to execute flawlessly, even in the serious cold.

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