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Oct 9, 2019

Racing Australia’s FASTEST FPV DRONE PILOT — Pilot Showcase

Posted by in categories: drones, futurism

FPV pilot showcase with Australia’s fastest racer –Thomas from BMSWEB. Asking Thomas 5 questions about the hobby and then smashing some batteries with him and trying to keep up. Had an Amazing day and it was so much fun to meet the guys, Check out BMSWEB’s channel — http://bit.ly/2na0ZSw

Let me know if you like this video and is something you guys might be interested in in the future.

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Oct 9, 2019

Bio-Mimetic Real-Time Cortex Project — Whole Brain Emulation — Dr. Alice Parker — University of Southern California — ideaXme — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: big data, bioengineering, complex systems, driverless cars, drones, electronics, engineering, information science, neuroscience, robotics/AI

Oct 8, 2019

This robot racing drone could beat human pilots by 2023

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

Teams start competing Tuesday in the Drone Racing League’s new battle of autonomous drones. Here’s an exclusive first look at the AI-powered flying machine.

Oct 8, 2019

New drone and droid tech inches us closer to riding with an all-AI entourage

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

With a self-guiding drone hovering over your shoulder, a not-too-humanoid robot sidekick as your wingman, and a four-legged fetch ‘bot trotting along beside, the day when you can surround yourself with a whole gaggle of AI-powered helpers is already here … even if it’s still the wee hours of the early morning.

Whether by air, on wheels, or even on padded little robot paws, the technology that drives our mechanized helpers is reaching that autonomous point at which the droids are able to think for themselves as they carry out their limited missions. Sure, they’re not quite ready to cross platforms and begin communicating with one another just yet, but at least they all can communicate with you — which pretty much makes you the star character in your budding little electronic entourage.

Oct 6, 2019

UPS wins approval to operate nationwide fleet of drones

Posted by in categories: drones, government

Delivery service UPS won the federal government’s first full approval to operate a fleet of drones. It marks a milestone in the race to commercial drone delivery.

Oct 2, 2019

F.A.A. Allows U.P.S. to Deliver Medical Packages Using Drones

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, drones

After a year of working with the Federal Aviation Administration, United Parcel Service was awarded a certification that allows it to use drones on medical campuses.

Oct 2, 2019

New Drones, Weapons Get Spotlight in China’s Military Parade

Posted by in categories: drones, military

The massive event celebrated 70 years of Communist rule — and an arsenal for its next decade.

China’s newest weapons were on display Tuesday at the massive military parade staged in Beijing to mark the 70th anniversary of Communist rule. China watchers noticed a new emphasis on airborne and naval drones and the public unveiling of a new hypersonic missile and a new ICBM.

The parade offered the first clear look at the supersonic DR −8 spy drone, which “would be expected to play a key role should there be a conflict with US aircraft carrier strike groups in the South China Sea or Western Pacific,” wrote the South China Morning Post.

Oct 1, 2019

How a Flock of Drones Developed Collective Intelligence

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Just like groups of birds or insects, these drones organize themselves into cohesive groups—a so-called “emergent” property of their individual actions.

Oct 1, 2019

UPS Gets FAA Approval to Run America’s First Drone Delivery Airline

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The Federal Aviation Administration has given UPS approval to run a drone fleet, enabling the company to create a UAV delivery airline.

UPS announced on Tuesday that the federal agency granted the company a Part 135 certification—a high level of certification used by charter airlines—to operate its drones. This permits UPS to fly drones that carry loads exceeding 55 pounds, to fly drones at night, and to fly the devices out of sight of operators. As UPS puts it, the “certification has no limits on the size or scope of operations.”

Sep 30, 2019

Flying Replacement Batteries Could Massively Boost a Drone’s Flight Time

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Borrowing a trick from the Air Force, whose planes can complete long-range missions thanks to in-flight refueling from tanker aircraft, researchers at UC Berkeley showed off a novel way to keep small drones in the air almost indefinitely: flying replacement batteries that can be swapped without landing.

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