After months of promises, the Raspberry Pi camera is finally heading out to hackers and makers across the world. Of course…Continue
Robot Magazine July/August 2013
Arxterra envisions Telerobotic Parks that can be explored from your living room, using your browser and the computing power that already exists in modern smartphones. High bandwidth wireless internet and rugged rovers "will intrigue and challenge makers, robot enthusiasts, and adventurers,"Arxterra predicts. The…Continue
Geologists have long used seismology on the bottom of the ocean or have been throwing dynamite from snowmobiles when they look for oil. But now researchers at…
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The Fuji Mountain in Japan, the Dutch Windmills in Holland, Stonehenge in England, the African Savannah, the Niagara Falls, the Great…Continue
FORTUNE -- Last month the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, the unmanned systems industry's…Continue
By Evan Ackerman
Conventional quadrotors are what’s called underactuated robots, which means that they can move in more ways than they have independent control over. For example, they can happily yaw around to any angle you want while otherwise stationary, but if you ask them to pitch or roll, they can’t do it without also changing their position: if you…Continue
The EU continues to look forward and rapidly advance UA civilian integration, are you watching FAA?? A completely different narrative to…Continue
OppiKoppi beer drone technology v1.1: This is the sort of ordnance drones should really deliver all over the world.
More updates to follow, but you…
NASA's autonomous, solar-powered explorer GROVER has been kitted out with ground-penetrating radar to take to Greenland's ice sheet on Friday. There the robot…Continue
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The use of drones in overseas conflicts has been the source of growing controversy over the years, and now, police are using them to hunt down criminals.
In the world of warfare, the drones are guided on combat…Continue
By Heather Hetterick & Matt Reese
Just a few years ago, it would seem more like something out of a bad sci-fi film. But today, the possibility of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) floating over a farm taking pictures or video is a reality.
The unnerving whirring sound and ominous silhouette across the blue rural sky have triggered many opinions and…Continue
An interesting chat with Wayne, Kickstarter star and all round good egg. Its not easy bringing a new…Continue