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With the Phantom 4 Pro DJI took the smart approach of refining and improving an already popular platform. As the old saying goes, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Anyone familiar with the Phantom series will be instantly at home with the new model. From the outside it is hard to tell the Phantom 4 and Phantom 4 Pro apart, but it’s under the hood where the biggest differences can be found.
Although the explorers have numerous scares, they manage to get into the facility and spend a lot of time. They brought back tons of footage of the shuttles on the inside and out, even managing to fly a drone through the enormous hanger.
The Passenger Drone is a little larger than your Phantom 4, in fact, it’s slightly larger than a small car! The company claims that Passenger Drone has the potential to change the traditional means of commuter transportation. The aircraft commenced flight testing in early May 2017 and for the last few months has undergone intensive testing with different simulated payload weights, simulated engine failures and different control modes. In August 2017 first manned flights with passengers onboard took place and according to the company, the results and passenger feedback were very positive.