Inspired by origami, pocket-sized quadcopters could be self-deployed and snap to attention in disaster areas.
Details from a recent patent application reveal ambitious plans for GPS tracking and delivery. Continue reading →
The FAA has approved the use of drones that fly at altitudes of 200 feet or lower to assist emergency responders.
By examining the wings of birds and bats, researchers from Stanford created a mechanism that could allow future flying robots to easily squeeze between obstacles.
System being tested on Chilean beaches uses UAVs equipped with flotation devices.
A quadrotor with wheels can scale walls like Spider-Man, but also defy gravity by flying back to its spot if it falls.
See amazing footage from a drone fly-through of the Hang Son Doong cave in Vietnam, the largest in the world.
Will the spread of autonomous, death-dealing aircraft lead to peace and stability, or more civilian casualties?
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