MIT's cognitive seabots are designed to plan autonomously and work together like ... well, like the crew from Star Trek, actually. Continue reading →
Google tests its tail-sitter drone in a remote region of Australia. Continue reading →
SharkCam is providing biologists with some of the first-ever, up-close views of sharks in the wild. Continue reading →
Old UAVs could form ad-hoc networks for frontline troops.
The "Multi-Modal Vehicle Concept" seeks to be an unmanned Special Ops force on land, air and sea. Continue reading →
The pocket-sized Black Hornet was designed for small units that required a quick, tactical, stealth camera in the sky.
Equipped with a microcomputer, a GPS tracker, a compass, cameras and an altimeter, drones fly autonomously and return to base with vital data.
Scientists put their shark-tracking autonomous robots to the test off the California coast. Continue reading →
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