In a remarkable feat of modern Drone Technology meeting ancient history, archaeologists, using drone cameras, have unearthed prehistoric cave paintings, around 7,000 years old, in remote parts of Spain. Researchers from the University of Alicante have utilized drones, a DJI…
In a remote part of the Amazon Rain forest in Colombia, thousands of prehistoric paintings of animals and humans have been found. The discovery is hailed as the “the Sistine Chapel of the ancients”, and is one of the world’s…
A Thermal Drone reveals an ancestral Wichita site in Kansas and showcases how drone technology can be used to discover archaeological structures under the soil.
A Wyoming drone pilot and State geologists help to find unmarked graves and map the Cedar Hills Cemetery at Fort Pierre in South Dakota this week.
This drone footage shows just how secluded Ghislaine Maxwell’s hideaway in New Hampshire really was. The British socialite was hiding in the mountainous area until the feds came knocking on her door last Thursday morning.
An ancient, deserted Irish village was captured by a drone at the base of Slievemore mountain near Dugort. There are approximately 100 houses spread out over three village areas called Tuar, Tuar Riabach, and Faiche.
A team from National Geographic surveyed Mount Everest with a drone at 28,300 feet putting the unmanned aircraft in uncharted territory.
Can’t see the forest for the trees? Well, then check out this Lenin-shaped Siberian forest that is only visible from the air and is stunningly captured in this drone photo.
Four Drone Photos that were stitched together provide a great aerial view of the Gainsthorpe Medieval ‘lost’ village in the UK. The photos were posted on social media by the editor of Drone User Magazine.
This morning I came across this photo on Facebook and wanted to share it with you. Eventhough it is not an article for the drone News category, I do think it is very interesting how drones give us a new…
A hobbyist drone pilot discovers a historic ring fort near Crag, Lahinch in Ireland during the COVID-19 lockdown. Matthew Kelly flew his drone for fun when he made the archaeological discovery of the fort.