In order to step things up one would have to care about anything other than making a buck.Ys gotta figure, it can’t be that hard to pull 10 units at random for production release inventory and fly them in all aspects for 10 hours each to discover potential system faults. Better still, build a few pre production test beds that are tested for many hours in a manner that exceeds design capabilities. Once you have consistency with pre production units move on to random testing of production.
We certainly are not seeing any practices consistent with process and product reliability improvement. With their history for the last couple years we might think they would have learned something and stepped up by now.
Most companies probably figure if they provide a product or service that makes customers happy they stand a far better chance of making money than they would by pi$$ing all their customers off.In order to step things up one would have to care about anything other than making a buck.
Are you the global idiot for every town or decreeing it for only the town you live in or pass through? To clarify for others other than Eagle Eye his motto is "global village idiot" so I don't get hate posts!From evidence on this board, I'm not sure if they even have a "five rotor" plan...
Overall I will claim the crown for every place I have been... to claim true global scope I would need to be elected to public office.Are you the global idiot for every town or decreeing it for only the town you live in or pass through? To clarify for others other than Eagle Eye his motto is "global village idiot" so I don't get hate posts!
If that’s the case we have to recognize it’s bot just the buyers paying attention to the issue, governments are too. It may well turn out that multirotor manufacturers end up their own worst enemy for developing performance and reliability standards. In failing to clean up their act governments will do it for them with mandatory certification standards.
I think the guy in Central Florida just needs to pony up and take the plunge. What’s another aircraft in the hangar anyway. No one will notice an extra set of props, will she?
Besides, won’t the increase in clicks pay for it anyway, or at least afford a business write-off?