The skies over the world’s various battlefields are filled with drones these days. Most of them are pretentious machines that go up in the air just like crewed airplanes do, and carry enough weaponry to wage a small war on their own. But not the AeroVironment Raven.
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Having an item you ordered online delivered by means of a drone is no longer something that can only be found in science-fiction literature. Sure, such a thing is not happening yet on a large scale, but we’re getting there.
The name "Holy Stone" isn't exactly as recognizable as other top consumer electronics companies, but it's a name you won't soon forget once you actually try one of the company's awesome quadcopters.
Samsung has announced a partnership with an Irish drone company called Manna to offer electronics deliveries in the town of Oranmore.
Skycatch today announced a $25 million raise, led by ADB Ventures and Waymaker. Founded in 2013, the Bay Area-based company provides centimeter-accurate 3D scanning services, primarily for construction sites and mining operations. The service has already been rolled out in a number of different locations around the world — with north of 10,000 sites, according […]
They may be safer and more effective there than at sea
The relatively new world of military drones is a very diverse one, and it seems to have a tendency to become increasingly so on account of the military's ever-changing requirements.
The Navy has yet to determine where the drones came from, who was operating them, or why they repeatedly buzzed around a group of U. S. destroyers in 2019.