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Smart Nano Drone That Doesn’t Need To Be Registered On FAA

Posted January 26, 2016

ONAGOfly is a palm-sized drone with GPS auto-follow and high resolution video camera, that automatically takes photos using smile and obstacle recognition technology.


Normally the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires registration for unmanned aircraft systems. But this flying camera weights only 0.3 lbs (136 grams), so it doesn’t need to registered, because according to the FAA rules, only drones weighing more than 0.55 lbs or 250 grams must register.



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ONAGOfly has so far raised more than $1.95 million on Indiegogo, from nearly 9,000 backers, with 10 days to go before the campaign ends. Those backing this campaign are promised a comparatively quick delivery date of March 2016. This little drone goes for $199 right now ($299 after campaign ends).


Source: Indiegogo

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