Tech does double duty this week, as we look at floating gardens that clean rivers, houses that produce oxygen and drones that create a Wi-Fi network.
Old UAVs could form ad-hoc networks for frontline troops.
It's certainly no secret what the air force of the future will look like, and it's not going to involve humans.
Tethered quadcopters could free up pilots to engage with their surroundings and eliminate the suspicion of who's operating the drone.
The Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone (CUPID) is designed to track and immobilize criminals. Continue reading →
Social networking giant Facebook might be investing in solar-powered unmanned drones that would provide affordable Internet access to remote areas. Continue reading →
A US surveillance drone was used for two weeks as were cellphone intercepts.
This week in tech, we present amazing concepts from exceptionally creative minds.
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