Some drones just want to have fun.
The FAA has approved the use of drones that fly at altitudes of 200 feet or lower to assist emergency responders.
This level of autonomous swarming flight has never been done before. Continue reading →
The technology marries conceptual designs of the future with the actual environment, broadcasting the results in real-time. Continue reading →
These lightweight drones could almost be mistaken for the real thing.
Planes can already avoid the ground automatically. Why not let computers take control to avoid a crash?
System being tested on Chilean beaches uses UAVs equipped with flotation devices.
The Breathe wearable drone monitors pollution levels and then flies up to filter the air when levels become to high.
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