Medicine & TechnologyA new video released by Airspeeder shows two of their Mk3 eVTOL quadcopters racing across Adelaide in preparation for the upcoming 2022 EXA Series and the release of the world's first flying car.
Researchers at the University of Zurich are able to develop an AI-powered racing drone capable of moving fast and with great agility. The drone, with the help of it's flight planning algorithm, was able to beat the fastest lap world record of human pilots.
A top-secret Chinese study about warfare drones was declassified. The drones were specified as AI-powered crafts that are able to submerge underwater, scan target vessels for analysis, and fire torpedoes without human input.
European researchers are building robotic birds that can flap their wings and glides smoothly using air currents. They hope to use it in the next decade in medical emergencies and in searching for other drones.
Uganda uses medical drones as a solution to combat HIV, especially in remote districts. The new HIV fighters are now in place to deliver more medicinal supplies, helping to lessen the HIV prevalence rate.
Aerial strategies using remote-controlled drones reduce the risks of ground-based measurements of volcanic emissions, maintaining real-time data transmission in these potentially dangerous environments.