Skydiving, Now With Drones

In a video now going viral, skydiver Ingus Augstkalns made the world’s first drone jump, which allowed him to free-fall without a plane, mountain, or skyscraper in sight. Augstkalns, along with help from the team at drone manufacturer Aerones, made the jump on Friday and has opened up a whole new world of possibility for skydivers and base jumpers since jumping from a drone allows aerialists to get their in-air kicks in any location where a drone is permitted to fly.

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Skydiving, Now With Drones

In a video now going viral, skydiver Ingus Augstkalns made the world’s first drone jump, which allowed him to free-fall without a plane, mountain, or skyscraper in sight. Augstkalns, along with help from the team at drone manufacturer Aerones, made the jump on Friday and has opened up a whole new world of possibility for skydivers and base jumpers since jumping from a drone allows aerialists to get their in-air kicks in any location where a drone is permitted to fly.

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