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a drone built by NVIDIA researchers navigates the most far-flung, unmapped places using deep learning and computer vision powered by NVIDIA ‘jetson TX1’ AI supercomputers. initially designed to follow forest trails to rescue lost hikers or spot fallen trees, the low-flying autonomous drone could work in canyons, between skyscrapers, or inside buildings where GPS is restricted, or una
Defense company Kratos has announced that it will show two low-cost combat drones at the Paris Air Show next week, offering an insight as to what military conflicts might look like in the foreseeable future – a manned combat jet leading dozens of 1,000 km/h lethally-armed unmanned companions...Continue Reading Kratos to show low-cost Valkyrie and Mako "wingman" combat dronesCategory: Aircraft
swedish startup flypulse have brought drones to the medical sector, creating AED drones that reach patients up to four times faster than an ambulance.The post flypulse defibrillator drones get to the scene 4X faster than an ambulance appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have found plenty of use in industrial applications, buzzing around to inspect crops, buildings or other structures. That's fine if they're flying around a facility or a farm, but these drones could also be useful for monitoring long-range infrastructure, like railroads or gas pipes, if they weren't limited by battery life. Now SkyX has installed its first xSta
With so much focus on the dangers of landmines that linger long after a conflict has ended, it's easy to forget the main reason these devices are laid in the first place – to slow the advance of an opposing force during a conflict. To help Sailors and Marines avoid mines when executing amphibious assaults, the US Navy is testing an aerial drone platform that can locate and identify land mines
Smart technology has given amateur and professional sportspeople access to a huge array of data. The latest suite of smart sports gear from Intel is focused on delivering more info to cricket players and fans alike, with plans to bring drones, virtual reality and a bat sensor to life later this year. ..Continue Reading Smart bats and drones deliver more data to cricket fans Category: SportsTa
Heads up: if you’re the new owner of a camera drone in the United States and you’re not planning to fly the drone commercially, you no longer have to register the drone with the FAA. That’s the decision handed down today by a federal court in Washington, D.C.Recode reports that the lawsuit against the Federal Aviation Administration was just won by a model aircraft enthusiast na
Why should your drone be limited to the air, how about a submergible drone? Naturally a standard drone can’t be dipped in a lake or ocean, but specialist drone maker SwellPro makes a variety of waterproof drones. Dustin Dunnill tried a SwellPro Splash Drone for his YouTube channel and in the video below, you can see it flying in the air and moving through the water. While you may not need
The drone industry is soaring to great heights. A new report from market research company NPD shows that U.S. consumers spent more than twice as much on drones, 117 percent more to be exact, from February 2016 to February 2017 compared to the same time period the prior year. The first two months of 2017 saw consumers spending a lot on premium drones costing more than $1,000 - this segment saw the
the design team examined two species of leaf miner moths whose larvae spin silk 'hammocks' that stretch between connection points on a bent leaf.The post drones and industrial robots create this year’s ICD / ITKE research pavilion appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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