Mysterious castles, sweeping landscapes and bombastic cathedrals all feature in this ground-breaking work.
Pairing his love of the outdoors with his passion for photography, Jacek Deneka has wowed the world with his stunning images.
US-visiting Polish President Andrzej Duda opened the Polish Business and Innovation Week in the state of Nevada on Saturday. The event is intended as a cooperation platform between US and Polish enterprise, among others in aircraft and space technology.
Wrocław photography enthusiast Michał Sadowski and Kraków snapper Witold Ziomek wowed judges and the public with their incredible photos.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, the number of drone operators is steadily growing, from 6,500 in 2017 to 10,000 in 2018.
A drone operator receives the result of the analysis in seconds and points the guards to the source. People caught burning garbage, lacquered wood or other objects that emit harmful substances face fines of up to 500 PLN (120 EUR).
Silesia, once the industrial centre of Poland, is now hoping to become the Polish Silicone Valley for drones. The Upper Silesian Metropolis/Górnośląsko - Zagłębiowska Metropolia (USM/GZM), officially operating since the beginning of the year, has launched a programme to develop the region into a centre of technology.
Unmanned helicopters carrying out search and rescue operations in the mountains might seem like something straight out of a sci-fi movie, yet the Polish company Sky Tronic is in the process of making it happen. Difficult terrain and inclement weather conditions prevent aircraft with standard controls from flying. Sky Tronic is developing AI algorithms based on the fuzzy logic principle, which will enable stable and safe navigation regardless of conditions.
Poland's gas monopolist PGNiG wants to use drones to make precise maps and plans, to monitor gas pipelines and for the detection of possible gas leaks.