Nanotechnology scientists developed nanophotonics-based rewritable chip embedded in military nano drones.
GoPro Karma drone is the biggest launch GoPro has had since the Hero camera first debuted. Yes, the new Hero5 cams are also exciting, but the Karma is what we’ve been looking forward to all year.
Drones and other small commercial devices flying over crowds were the main concerns of Federal Aviation Administration panel last Wednesday. The panel unveiled the anticipated safety recommendations which set the stage for regulations on the issue.
Scientists have created a firefighter drone that flies and can crawl up walls. The new robot could be huge when it comes to battling fires in skyscrapers and other tall buildings.
A Chinese drone making company, Ehang Inc has built one of the world's first drone that can carry a human passenger.
A new system may revolutionize the way people interact with virtual reality. The system, called BitDrones, allows users to explore virtual 3D information by interacting with physical self-levitating building blocks.
Apparently chimps like their privacy. A chimpanzee managed to create a tool to knock an expensive drone from the sky after it tried to film the chimp in its habitat.
Drones can be a huge boon to wildlife biologists. Now, researchers have found that these robots may actually stress out the wildlife they're observing.
Drones may be getting a bit smarter. Scientists have created a new vision and learning system that allow drones to learn a control themselves without relying on a GPS signal or trained personnel.
Do you love watching PGA Tour events because of the great documentation that the aerial cameras are able to obtain of the players’ shots? You can now document your own golf event with your own personal drone, and others are already starting to do so.
We typically think of drones being used for modern warfare, but they also possess the ability to perform practical tasks. Researchers at the University of Illinois believe that drones can be efficiently utilized to help farmers document their crop progress.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a novel control algorithm that allows quadrocopters to continue to fly in spite of multiple motor or propeller failures. This algorithm makes these vehicles safer and may allow them to be used for instance in delivery services.