Kaleidoscopic Drone Footage Takes You To Mind-Bending Places That Can't Really Exist

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Kaleidoscopic Drone Footage Takes You To Mind-Bending Places That Can't Really Exist GIF It looks like drone pilot and videographer Alban Roinard somehow managed to fly his quadcopter into the dream worlds of Christopher Nolan’s Inception. But watching these European cities fold onto themselves isn’t the result of a million dollars-worth of special effects; it’s Read More

Drones won't be delivering weed in California any time soon

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Drones won't be delivering weed in California any time soon AOL In the near future, your pizza, Big Mac, and groceries could all be delivered autonomously. But, the good Cali folk out there expecting their newly legalized batches of pot to arrive in the same manner, are in for a bummer. The California Bureau of Read More

Drones will watch Australian beaches for sharks with AI help

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Drones will watch Australian beaches for sharks with AI help Alan Menzies via Getty Images Humans aren’t particularly good at spotting sharks using aerial data. At best, they’ll accurately pinpoint sharks 30 percent of the time — not very helpful for swimmers worried about stepping into the water. Australia, however, is about to get a Read More

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News News Search Media Resources FAA Air Traffic Report August 25, 2017 – Get a heads-up on any daily impacts to normal air traffic operations. Director, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Office Earl Lawrence before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation concerning Unmanned Aircraft Systems: Innovation, Integration, Successes, and Challenges(03/15/2017) Associate Administrator for Commercial Read More

Lockheed Martin previews a future of tiny space telescopes

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Lockheed Martin previews a future of tiny space telescopes Lockheed Martin, Flickr Current space telescopes are… big. You can’t really avoid it given the need for giant lenses and bulky sensors. Lockheed Martin wants to fix that — the aerospace firm has just released the first images from SPIDER (Segmented Planar Imaging Detector for Electro-Optical Read More

Breaking Into a Russian Military Base to See an Abandoned Soviet Space Shuttle Was Worth the Risk

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Breaking Into a Russian Military Base to See an Abandoned Soviet Space Shuttle Was Worth the Risk Because any trip to see a Soviet shuttle is worth it as long as no one’s wearing handcuffs at the end. A group of YouTubers going by the name Exploring the Unbeaten Path traveled to the middle of nowhere Read More

Oscar Mayer's 'Wienerdrone' is the most 4th of July thing ever

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Oscar Mayer's 'Wienerdrone' is the most 4th of July thing ever Oscar Mayer Move over, burrito drones. Oscar Mayer has something that’s much more appropriate for the summer months, especially the 4th of July. Yep, the company has a hot dog-carrying drone, or as it’s officially named, the Wienerdrone. Revealed earlier this week, the UAV Read More

FAA considers remote identification system for drones in the US

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FAA considers remote identification system for drones in the US Evan Rodgers, Engadget The FAA is still trying to figure out the best way to regulate drones to ensure safety. Last week, a committee tasked with tackling the issue met for the first time, including representatives from Amazon, Ford and NYPD. One of the items Read More

Toyota wants flying cars in time for the 2020 Olympics

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Toyota wants flying cars in time for the 2020 Olympics Cartivator Toyota has joined the flying car craze by backing a group working on a drone-like vehicle that would soar 10 meters (33 feet) above the ground at speeds up to 100 km/h (62 mph). The “Skydrive” is being developed by Cartivator, a startup with Read More