Drones

Bird-claws to Support Drones to Rest

Drones have applications in countless areas but the usefulness is limited when they are in the air. With special claws attached, the drones can perch on with ease and substantially expand their flight time. The team of researchers at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology has developed claws inspired by the birds and bats. The journal Science Robotics published details of the claws and systems. The team had noted many

Team of Researchers Develop Drones Taking Inspiration from Wasps

Wasps are considered as one of the most loathed creepy crawlies that are living on the planet. And recently, the buzzing of these wasps have been creating some inspiration for the team of scientists. These scientists are making efforts to create a super-strong flying drones and the results of the research studies have been quite remarkable. A team of researchers from the Stanford University of California and the EPFL in

Impossible Aerospace Introduces Flying Batteries Rather than Drones

An electric airplane startup, Impossible Aerospace, has risen up out of stealth mode with a quadcopter drone that it says can remain in flight for two hours, around four times as long as other electric drones, and $9.4 million in Series A subsidizing from Airbus and two Silicon Valley funding firms. It’s the kind of headway that could drastically change the organizations and enterprises that as of now depend on

Researchers at MIT Develop Virtual Reality Training System for Drones

Drones need extensive training to fly around. However, training drones in a surrounding full of obstacles is an accident-prone exercise, which can translate into the need for engineers repairing or replacing vehicles on frustratingly high pace. Now, engineers at MIT have developed a novel virtual-reality training system for drones, which enables a vehicle to visualize a rich, virtual environment during its flight in an empty physical space. This system, which

Drones Controlled by Brain, Next Generation Technology

Single unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) coordinated by radio controllers, joysticks, and cell phones are now fulfilling an assortment of valuable undertakings, for example, airborne photography and security watches. In any case, utilizing various automatons requires numerous human administrators, and this displays a coordination issue. Presently a solitary administrator utilizing rising human-mind interfaces can control a swarm of automatons, making conceivable new classes of utilizations, as indicated by Panos Artemiadis, executive

Intel’s Bat Sensors and Drones Highlight Champions Trophy 2017

At the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, to be played at three different venues in the U.K in the month of June, Intel will be introducing their new innovations to analyze swing of the bat by a batsman through their Curie module and provide run-time pitch assessment via drones. For the fans at two of the three stadiums (Edgbaston in Birmingham and Kennington Oval in London, except Sophia Gardens in Cardiff),