Drone pilots experience races in a first-person. A tiny camera films from the drone's point-of-view and sends it to specially made goggles. The largest drone race occurred in Dubai. (Credits)
Scientists at the Graz University of Technology are teaching drones to see and exploring was to diminish its size. The machine can calculate depth values from two images.
Amazon plans to deliver packages to customers within a half hour. Martina Mara describes how manufacturers need to incorporate techniques to make individuals feel they have a sense of personal control. Alec Momont wants to create a network of rescue drones to provide first aid in the event of an emergency.
Drones can perform espionage, smuggle items, and perform attacks. Eagles are being trained in the Netherlands to intercept and destroy drones. Defense systems are being created to pick up suspicious drone activity.
Credits: Drones Conquer the Sky
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This episode of Newton describes recent innovations to drone technology. Topics include usage, benefits, and drawbacks.
Length: 21 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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