A startup based in Petah Tikva, Isreal, Airobotics,has scored the right to fly drones autonomously for business purposes in Israel. The Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) was the first in the world … Continue Reading →
It was just a matter of time, really. With the new slate of Star Wars films on an annual schedule, and drones invading the skies all around us, the timing … Continue Reading →
7-Eleven Inc. and a tech startup called Flirtey have beaten Amazon to the punch in making the first drone delivery to a customer’s home in the U.S. Most already know … Continue Reading →
Yes, these are the drones you’re looking for. The post Official Star Wars Drones. I Repeat. Official Star Wars Drones appeared first on WIRED.
The future of the Internet may have just taken off. The post Facebook’s Giant Internet-Beaming Drone Finally Takes Flight appeared first on WIRED.
Learn how to cut, glue, and finish styrofoam for customizing your drone with fun, unique, and protective shapes. Read more on MAKE The post Quick Tips for Sculpting Custom Shapes … Continue Reading →
Pop quiz, hot shot: You’re a delivery drone with a flight duration of 20 minutes with your current payload, but because of delays (use your imagination) you’re never going to … Continue Reading →
A drone is a great eye in the sky, but if you want richer data than what its cameras show — for example, detailed 3D maps — you might be … Continue Reading →
With speeds that reach up to 85mph, Teal can be used as a racing drone right out of the box. But this modular machine is built for more than just … Continue Reading →
New drone guidelines will catalyze American innovation in the global marketplace, but there’s work left to do. The post The Feds Just Put the US Back in the Global Drone … Continue Reading →
Since the industrial revolution, economic advancement has been achieved by increasing efficiency and reducing human labor through greater mechanical autonomy driven by technological innovation. For many, commercial drones represent the … Continue Reading →
Here’s your weird but interesting technology story for the day. The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) are using M&M dispensing drones to save endangered black-footed ferrets in rural Montana. The ferret’s … Continue Reading →
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) — more commonly referred to as drones — are on the cusp of a major commercial trial that has the power to save thousands of lives. … Continue Reading →
The rules for commercial drone usage released last week by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) left some unanswered questions on the table. We discussed some of these with Thomas Gemmell, … Continue Reading →
Last week, we welcomed the much-anticipated Part 107 drone regulations, which will supersede the current exemption process and is estimated by the FAA to eliminate 85 percent of the present exemptions … Continue Reading →
New drone regulations in the U.S. ostensibly make it easier for companies to put flying robots to work whether that’s in media, construction or agriculture. But drones are still limited … Continue Reading →
If you’re done with selfie sticks and are looking for what comes next in the narcissistic world of self-photography, look no further than Hover Camera, a new “personal” drone that … Continue Reading →
This past week we took a look at Valve’s VR prototypes, learned how to make a super small spy bug, and got word of possible drone regulations Read more on … Continue Reading →
Con Ed wants to replace human inspections of its steam boilers with carbon fiber-armored drones. The post Drones Are Now Inspecting NYC’s Famed Steam System appeared first on WIRED.
The Federal Aviation Administration today announced rules that will encourage but rein in commercial drone operations. The post The Feds Just Made It Way Easier to Use Drones for Profit … Continue Reading →
The challenge is to design low budget DIY Drone Mods for people with reduced mobility to fly anywhere in the world. Read more on MAKE The post HandiDrone Brings FPV … Continue Reading →
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today published its final operational rules for the commercial use of small drones weighing under 55 pounds. These rules will guide the first major expansion … Continue Reading →