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Drone Tag

25 Jun A drone to save lives

  Drones are already used in disaster relief operations. Some simply transmit images from the air and others are equipped with infrared cameras to detect human heat. German researchers at the Fraunhofer FKIE institute have taken the research a step further and developed a drone that can...

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30 Sep Wing – The Delivery Drone

“Wing” who is owned by Google's parent company Alphabet got the authorization to do deliveries with drones, they were approved as an airline by the US Federal Aviation Authority and are the first one in the United-states.  The first public drone delivery service will be in...

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14 Sep Navion – MIT’s Tiny Drone

A team at MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has designed a computer chip, called Navion, that’s 20 square millimeters but consumes only 24 milliwatts of power. The chip can process camera images at up to 171 frames per second  and calculate inertial measurements in...

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21 Aug Juno – The first graphene drone

Engineers from Central Lancashire University (UCLan) helped  by industrialists and Haydale Composite Solutions, a supplier of graphene, recently presented at the Futures Day event at the Farnborough Air Show 2018 air show a three-and-a-half-metre wide graphene skinned aircraft named JUNO. The wing, consists of a graphene...

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