“Game of Drones” Winners Showcase the Importance of Anti-Drone Technology Evaluation Events

C-UAS Program/Portfolio Manager at Battelle, told Commercial UAV News. The drone industry and technology are evolving so quickly that a single method of detection or defeat will either be ineffective or cost-prohibitive for even the best-funded government …

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DARPA gives helicopters insect-like legs to land on uneven surfaces

Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology are testing a robotic landing gear that folds in flight, extracts while landing and bends in response to variable terrain. The post DARPA gives helicopters insect-like legs to land on uneven surfaces appeared first on Digital Trends .

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A Drone SnotBot And Other Ways That Flying Robots Can Save The World

From collecting whale blow to teaching autistic kids, socially beneficial uses of low-cost drone technology are starting to take off. Timothy Reuter started the DC Area Drone User Group in August 2012 to find people who could teach him to build drones. Today it’s grown to more than 5,000 people and expanded to 18 cities and regions. As one of the world’s largest networks of civilian drone users …

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