Bio-drone simply melts away when it crashes

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by Aviva Rutkin IT’S alive! Well, almost. The first “biological drone”, an autonomous vehicle stitched together largely with materials from living things, made its inaugural flight earlier this month. Drones have proved invaluable for those who want to explore remote locations,…

TuDelft Bebop paparazzi

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As you know paparazzi is very modular platform. To show the world how modular we are we implementing paparazzi into the Parrot Bebop. At the Micro Aerial Vehicle Laboratory ([http://www.http://mavlab.lr.tudelft.nl/]) of Delft University of Technology faculty Aerospace engineering ([http://http://www.lr.tudelft.nl/ TU Delft])…

Drone sightings up dramatically

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Joan Lowy WASHINGTON (AP) — The government is getting near-daily reports — and sometimes two or three a day — of drones flying near airplanes and helicopters or close to airports without permission, federal and industry officials tell The Associated…

New UAS Technology Could Turn the Industry on its Side

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas—An unmanned aircraft system (UAS) that could revolutionize the industry is under construction in the Unmanned Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. The craft, which is still in the development stages, can not only fly horizontally, it…

VineView and SkySquirrel Debut Drone at Rootstock

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St. Helena, Napa Valley and Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, November 2014 —- VineView-SAI, Inc., a St. Helena-based remote sensing company established in 1999, is partnering with SkySquirrel Technologies Inc. (SST), a commercial Unmanned Aerial System (drone) company based in Nova…