Long-range, internet-controlled drones
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Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) potential has grown massively over the past year with uses ranging from forest fire management to 3D computers. Despite that, most non-armed devices are restricted to human sight-guided use, so France-based Uavia recently unveil their 'Internet of Drones' concept. By incorporating the IoT-enabling Snappy Ubuntu core processor, Uavia have developed drones that can be operated by computers using 3G/4G LTE networks. Current UAVs are generally controlled through the use of radio links, and operational ranges are limited to a few miles. Uavia's tech will use high bandwith IP links between the drone and its pilot, enabling…
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