Talking drone can converse with air traffic control
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Drones have the potential to deliver life-saving first aid equipment, help out in an humanitarian crisis or simply deliver the mail. However, none of this will be possible on a large scale unless the unmanned aircraft systems can find a way communicate their flight plans and whereabouts to other aircrafts and ensure the safety of the skies. Offering a potential solution, RMIT University in Australia has developed the world's first talking drone, which can converse with air traffic controllers using a synthesized voice. The talking drone system was developed alongside Thales Australia's Centre for Advanced Studies in Air Traffic Management…
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