The lagging federal effort to fully integrate drones into U.S. airspace is in danger of falling even further behind schedule.
A funding bill now before the Senate essentially would stop the process in its tracks by prohibiting the …Continue
As the united band of robots hovers and climbs off the ground, each robot module is using inertial sensors to detect tilt and roll.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have demonstrated an amazing capability for small robots to self-assemble and take to the air as a multi-rotor…Continue
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Imagine a quadcopter hovering above a payload – a can of beans, perhaps.…Continue
It's customary and a tradition that we celebrate every new 1,000 members here and share the traffic stats. This time it's 41,000!!!!
There were 1.5 million page views in the last month! (we get around 50,000 pageviews a day on average). It took us just 23 days to get this latest 1,000 members--we're averaging one new member every 33 minutes.
Pity the poor drone. It suffers from the image problem as an ominous bird of prey looming overhead in spy operations or as a dealer in deadly force, the subject of congressional filibusters and news reports about terrorist raids.
But in reality, drones are being flown every day in Michigan…Continue
For those of you who need to make repairs on the road, this might be the answer:
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