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Can Edible Drones Deliver Humanitarian Aid?

Can Edible Drones Deliver Humanitarian Aid?

People trapped in war-torn or disaster-ravaged areas desperately need food and medical supplies. But how do you get it to them? Nigel Gifford thinks he has an answer: an edible drone. Gifford, founder and chairman of two-year-old Windhorse Aerospace, based in Yeovil, England, is developing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), otherwise known drones, .....
Intel Closes 2018 Winter Olympic Games With 300-Drone Light Show

Intel Closes 2018 Winter Olympic Games With 300-Drone Light Show

Intel broke a Guinness World Record when its 1,218 Shooting Star drone light show—pre-recorded and broadcast during the 2018 Winter Olympic Games Opening Ceremony—left viewers in awe. It seems only appropriate then for the tech company to play a part in the Closing Ceremony by orchestrating another performance, this time comprised of 300 LED-fitted unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) whirring above the stadium in PyeongChang.
Project Wing to trial food delivery by drone to homes in Tuggeranong

Project Wing to trial food delivery by drone to homes in Tuggeranong

Drones will deliver food to homes in Tuggeranong as a trial of the technology moves into the suburbs. Project Wing has been testing its drones with residents living with large backyards in rural community Royalla but is ready to take its next big leap. Flying at 120 km/h and delivering food from Mexican fast food business Guzman y Gomez, and items from Chemist Warehouse, Project Wing has signed up 150 users in its early tests.
Samsung patents a flying display that’s controlled by your eyes

Samsung patents a flying display that’s controlled by your eyes

Samsung latest patent is for a drone with an integrated display that’s able to detect the face and pupils of a person as well as their hand gestures and position. The patent shows a unit that features a display at the center with four propellers on each corner. It was first spotted by LetsGoDigital.
DJI Will Require Australian Drone Customers to Pass Safety Quiz Before Taking Off

DJI Will Require Australian Drone Customers to Pass Safety Quiz Before Taking Off

The Shenzhen-based drone manufacturer DJI, in partnership with Australia’s Civil Aviation and Safety Authority, will implement a mandatory safety test in its smartphone app on Wednesday for Australian DJI customers. If you’re an American or British DJI user, you may already be familiar with the pre-flight test, as they were phased in in those territories in October and December.
The Autonomous Selfie Drone Is Here. Is Society Ready for It?

The Autonomous Selfie Drone Is Here. Is Society Ready for It?

It’s 2035, the Second American Civil War has been won by the other side, and you find yourself in a heap of trouble with Attorney General Logan Paul. (The future is very troubling.) He has dispatched an all-seeing eye-in-the-sky to tail you, an agile flying machine equipped with 13 cameras and a top speed of 25 miles per hour.


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