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The drones could be used to fly post to some of the most remote communities in the UK.
The historic moment was livestreamed on YouTube and Ingenuity captured the photo above with one of its two cameras.
New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern said on Friday (February 26) that her government was backing a new project that uses drone technology to understand and protect the endangered Maui dolphins in the country. Gloria Tso reports. Reuters Video.
Research suggests that, in certain cases, drones could quickly deliver life-saving interventions during city’s peak rush hour. Could drones be used someday to deliver life-saving medications or interventions in the case of a child’s emergency, a drug overdose or in response to a mass casualty scene?...
First Semisolid Lithium Batteries to Debut This Year, in Drones: SolidEnergy Systems will start with drones and aims to have its lithium batteries in electric vehicles after 2021
Virtually Inspired: Showcasing Online Learning Innovation "From holographs and educational games, to drones and robots, 21st century educators are forging new and amazing trails in technology-enhanced teaching and learning. Virtually Inspired is a place where educators can come for inspiration by perusing...
RIP Lily Robotics: The Flying Camera Drone Was a Great Idea That Others Will Get Off the Ground
Australia has moved 1.5 metres, so it's updating its location for self-driving cars: Strewth! Australia will update its latitude and longitude to make sure self-driving cars, drones and tractors know where they're going.
Drone to police massive UK marine reserve - BBC News: An ocean-going drone will be helping to spot illegal fishing in the world's largest, continuous marine reserve.
UK Man Gets Britain's First-Ever Conviction For Illegal Drone Use - Slashdot