No matter who you are, where you come from, or what you do in your professional life… everyone has a story to tell. The High Voltage Podcast was created to be a platform to tell these stories. If you are into tech, cinematography, drones, radio control, tinkering, DIY, entrepreneurship, traveling and much more… you’ve found the right place. Welcome to the show!
5 Ways Not To Lose Your Mind While Working From Home
The last week has been… well… unprecedented. For many of us, the looming illness that has been spreading around the world the last few months is starting to hit home and affecting our daily lives in more ways we can imagine. However, life must go on! For many, employers are asking their employees to begin...
From Editor to Pro Drone Pilot To YouTuber: Interview with Trent Palmer of the CopterKids
From a video editor, to a pro drone pilot, to becoming a top notch YouTuber, Trent Palmer from the Copter Kids is the perfect example of following your passions to living the life you want to live each and every day. I had the opportunity to chat with Trent and ask him about his journey,...
Soldering Iron Showdown: $10 vs $1,000 Soldering Iron! Which Is The Best For You?
I do a lot of soldering. A LOT! Whether it’s soldering wires onto printed circuit boards, or soldering battery leads on a lithium pack, soldering is just part of the game when it comes to anything that is powered by electricity. I often get asked what my soldering setup of choice is and why… In...
Which Drone Shots Pay The Most? Interview with Paul Prescott from Amazing Aerial Agency
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Paul Prescott, CEO of Amazing Aerial Agency, located all the way in Croatia. Amazing Aerial Agency is a repository of curated stock footage, both drone photos and videos. This stock footage is purchased by magazines, publishing companies, news outlets, etc. for royalty free use. The best part about...
Continuing the FAA Remote ID Discussion with Paul Aitken from the Drone U Podcast
I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Paul Aitken from the Drone U podcast, as we continued the discussion of Remote ID. Like my conversation with Kenji Sugahara in the most recent High Voltage Podcast, Paul and I discuss just how this would affect different sectors in unmanned aviation, from hobbyists, to professional drone...
“Hobbyists Got Screwed” Breaking Down The FAA Remote ID Proposal With Kenji Sugahara
In December of 2019, the FAA released a 300+ page document that proposed what they call “Remote ID”, which in essence is a set of rules that would allow them to monitor the airspace here in the United States for all remotely controlled aircraft. Basically, this is a regulation that would affect everyone in the...
Love the podcast, keep up the great work!