Home / Technology (page 5)

Technology

Intelligent Energy: New Hydrogen Cell For Drone Market & Ano…

UK startup and world-leading fuel cell engineering company Intelligent Energy is set to launch a new hydrogen fuel cell at AUVSI Xponential 2019 later this month. The 2.4kW fuel cell is designed for the commercial UAV market. In the past eighteen months, Intelligent Energy has launched four products for commercial …

Read More »

Drone Delivery: Google’s Project Wing Takes Off In Australia

From the distance comes a high-pitched whining. It sounds horrible, like a giant mosquito. Or maybe a herd of angry mice screaming in a wind tunnel. It is in fact a flying burrito. And it’s flying courtesy of Wing’s ambitious drone delivery program. That’s right: Google/Alphabet’ Project Wing has been …

Read More »

Interview: Intelligent Energy & Productiv on Hydrogen-Powere…

Last month we took a closer look at three technologies that will transform the drone operations of the future: The ability of drones to rest and recharge on the fly; advanced computer vision and motion planning, and hydrogen power. One of the projects mentioned in our exploration of hydrogen was …

Read More »

SETI Institute Drone Maps Iceland Lava Cave in Preparation f…

The SETI Institute is probably best known for its work scanning the stars for signs of extraterrestrial communications. But the organization’s remit is broader than that. Its many research teams work towards a noble goal: to explore, understand, and explain the origin and nature of life in the universe. Exploring …

Read More »

3 Technologies That Could Transform Future Drone Operations

Not that long ago, the industry was dominated by bold forecasts (and VC investment) projecting enormous adoption rates and a huge rise of the number of drones in operation. In reality, the more ambitious projects have been slower to get going than some predicted. Amazon’s Prime delivery service is still more …

Read More »

Wilhelmsen and Airbus Launch Singapore Maritime Drone Delive…

We often think of drone deliveries as being most useful in remote, hard-to-reach locations. Usually, that involves providing a cargo-carrying alternative in rural areas or a link to places cut off by natural disasters. But ‘hard-to-reach’ can also apply in some of the world’s busiest ports. A drone delivery project with …

Read More »

Intel’s Anil Nanduri Shares Thoughts On Passenger Drones

As GM of Intel’s drone group, Anil Nanduri has probably got one of the industry’s most exciting jobs. Intel has fingers in all sorts of drone-related pies, from Yuneec to Volocopter to Movidius, to its own drone services and Shooting Star-powered aerial light shows. Nanduri, whose role at Intel gives him leeway …

Read More »

Drones At Sea: The Highs & Lows of a Parley SnotBot Expediti…

If you follow how drones are being used in the world of conservation, you will have heard about Ocean Alliance by now. The Massachusetts-based marine conservation organization has pioneered a new way of collecting biological samples from whales in the form of SnotBot. These adapted drones act as flying Petri …

Read More »

Yuneec and Mobilicom Partner to Merge SkyHopper Technology W…

Drone manufacturer Yuneec International and communications provider Mobilicom have teamed up to offer UAV solutions to the enterprise and government markets. The partnership’s focus will be the development of two commercial and government drone solutions. Both will be based on a combination of Yuneec´s H520 hexacopter and Mobilicom´s SkyHopper and …

Read More »

Alpha Unmanned Systems Partners With Inmarsat For BVLOS Deli…

Spanish UAV manufacturer Alpha Unmanned Systems is one of several UAV companies chosen to participate in Inmarsat´s UAV Pop-up lab. The satellite and communications giant is using the program to explore the value of satcoms in the commercial UAV sector. Along with six other UAV companies, Alpha Unmanned Systems will execute …

Read More »
WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com