The ability to control a drone with just one hand could be a reality, thanks to an Australian startup.
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A new system has been developed that can autonomously survey and map underground mines without GPS.
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An overhead canopy can be shifted around by drones to change shape with changing weather conditions.
A new patent has been filed for a drone that can sense when people need a hot beverage.
A new Chinese drone can mimic the flight of birds to perform undetectable surveillance from the sky.
A net gun armed multicopter can hover indefinitely to ensure safe removal of unlicensed drones from the air.
Powered by a laser beam, engineers have designed a wireless flying robotic insect.
A new drone kit designed for schools helps teach 3D printing, coding and robotics to students of all ages.
An autonomous drone passenger plane is currently seeking approval to carry passengers in New Zealand.
A new system uses drones and AI to improve accuracy and efficiency on large construction projects
In Australia drones have been powered by artificial intelligence and embedded with loudspeakers to warn those at risk of shark attacks.
Kudrone’s low-cost personal drone features a simple app-controlled interface, auto tracking capability and live-streaming.
WeRobotics carried out successful tests to deliver snake bite anti-venom to remote Amazonian communities in 35 minutes compared to the the 6 hour boat ride usually required.
An eco-friendly, humanitarian food aid drone adaptable for local dietary requirements has been created by adventurer Nigel Gifford OBE.
Researchers at University of Nebraska-Lincoln have developed autonomous drones that drop delayed ignition parcels to induce controlled forest fires.