At Aarhus University, a new research project develops smart intelligent, autonomous drones that have the potential to fly out to small and large wind farms and scan, detect, and account for any icing on the turbines’ blades.
Teal Drones, the defense- and security-focused subsidiary of Red Cat Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: RCAT), announced today that it has significantly enhanced the capabilities of its 4-Ship multi-vehicle system through a partnership with Tomahawk Robotics, the leading innovator of common control solutions.
Self-driving automobiles are the future of transportation, and, as they navigate the land, air, or sea, these autonomous automobiles will need to converse with each other.
A FUTURE innovation campus site was the focus of the UK drone community for an event looking at how cutting edge technology can be used across a range of industries.
A study at Washington State University (WSU) revealed that photos of the Wenatchee River during spawning season captured by a drone could effectively approximate the number of rocky hollows salmon build to lay their eggs, also referred to as “redds.”
DroneDeploy, a top aerial reality capture platform player, recently signed a definitive agreement to purchase StructionSite, a top provider of ground reality capture for the construction sector.
Autel Robotics, Foxfury Lighting Solutions, SkyeBrowse and Pilot Institute team up with National Public Safety Drone Donation Program (NPS-DDP.org ) to donate a drone, lighting kit, FAA pilot class & 3D modeling reality software to Seaside Police Department.
A new method of 3D printing uses drones to employ collective building techniques modeled on the cooperative building techniques used by bees and wasps to build complex, large-scale structures.
Two engineers from West Virginia University (WVU) are involved in creating new robotic technologies for coal waste storage units that will sense and stop probable failures such as leakage of harmful materials into the environment.
Sulzer Schmid, a Swiss company pioneering UAV technology for wind rotor blade inspections, announced today that it has completed its fourth successive European inspection campaign for Vestas, covering 4,000 wind turbines in seven countries across Northern and Central Europe.