Naming Drones

Discussion in 'Drone Beginners Corner' started by DrDrone, Aug 27, 2018.

  1. DrDrone

    DrDrone New Member

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    Hope this is a query for Drone Beginners like myself

    Drone users are saying there are drones for Beginners eg Syma X5C,
    Yuneec Breeze Etc

    I have been wondering how Drones get their names...Mavic Pro, DJI Phantom 4, DJI Spark...Etc

    Is their an International standard or any particular methodology being followed n implemented that helps create Drone names or Is it up to the Manufacturer to give a name to the New Drone

    Am interested in creating a New Drone Entirely

    Any information or suggestions or advise on the above is most welcome n needed
     
  2. Ragnarok

    Ragnarok Member

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    I think they just make a name they think sound appealing to customers and has not already been used by someone else?
     
  3. DrDrone

    DrDrone New Member

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    I thought there was some sort of a naming convention to the Drones but doesn't seem like that ....So Also I browsed the internet for Drone manufacturers ....I wanted to know if I could source directly from the Drone Manufacturers in bulk quantities without being their dealer or distributor....Does anybody have an advise on Drone Sourcing
     
  4. Jonathan

    Jonathan Drone Expert
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    What type of drones do you mean, pro or toys? DJI make all their own drones and you can buy them from their website. Same with Yuneec or Parrot or Walkera etc. Or companies like Foxtech make their own custom drones that you can buy. Or you can buy the different parts yourself and build your own.
     
  5. DrDrone

    DrDrone New Member

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    Yes, Okay
    At the moment am interested in all types of drones:
    For Kids to For Adults
    And Beginner levels n Intermediate to Advanced

    I am looking to sell them for profit
    Hence I want to buy them in bulk n display them in my store to sell them

    The store design n layout is also a matter of concern for US
    Any advise n suggestions are most welcome at this point in time

    We do have our own designers n infrastructure suppliers also

    Drones controllers is also another category that we are placing various drones into

    Wanted to know types of drone controllers for the moment from the most simplest to the most advanced

    And where they are available
     
  6. Jonathan

    Jonathan Drone Expert
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    If you want to get stuff from China you can start at Hobby King and/or Alibaba, and maybe Tmart, if you haven't looked at those already?
     
  7. Bruces

    Bruces New Member

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    #7 Bruces, Oct 25, 2019
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    I think they chose some words that can represent the characteristics of drones
     

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