It was just this June that we heard about the HEXO+ and AirDog drones, which were two of the first consumer multicopters to offer a Follow function – that’s the ability to track the location of their user, and fly along above them. Since then, models including the Iris+ and Zano have come out with the same feature. Now, Chinese/American company Ehang is successfully raising production funds for its Follow-equipped GoPro-toting Ghost Drone. Developed in partnership with Duke University, not only is the quadcopter able to track and film its user, but it’s also reportedly easier to fly than its competitors.
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- HEXO+ drone autonomously follows the action, for under $500
- Iris+ is the first consumer drone to be able to follow its user
- AirDog drone automatically follows you and films your sporting feats
- The Mind4 could take auto-tracking drones to new heights
- X8+ drone keeps you in its shot, and accepts lots of gear
- DJI launches GPS-enabled PHANTOM consumer quadcopter