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Offline thaiga

Re: Drone discovered on White House lawn ♦ video
« Reply #30 on: January 27, 2015, 03:36:37 PM »
Drone discovered on White House lawn this morning

Washington (CNN)The man operating the drone that crashed on the White House grounds called the U.S. Secret Service on Monday morning to "self-report" his involvement in the incident.

The drone's owner and operator is a government employee who said he was using the drone recreationally, a Secret Service source told CNN. He was interviewed by Secret Service agents and has been fully cooperative, Secret Service spokesman Brian Leary said in a statement Monday afternoon. 

FULL STORY:edition.cnn
Drone at White House highlights threat
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

Offline thaiga

Re: Flying a drone in Thailand: Could you be breaking the law?
« Reply #31 on: February 26, 2015, 12:08:04 PM »
Brain-controlled drone shown off by Tekever in Lisbon

Technology that allows a drone to be piloted from the ground using only a person's brainwaves has been demonstrated in Portugal.

The company behind the development, Tekever, said the technology could in the short term be used to enable people with restricted movement to control aircraft.

Longer term the firm said piloting of larger jets, such as cargo planes, could be controlled in this way without the need for a crew on board.

However, one aviation expert told the BBC he thought the industry would be unlikely to adopt such technology due to a perception of being potentially unsafe.

FULL STORY: bbc.com

Brain controlled drone shown off by Tekever in Lisbon
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

Offline thaiga

Re: Phantom 4 drone can dodge obstacles and track humans - video
« Reply #32 on: March 03, 2016, 12:07:30 PM »
Phantom 4 drone can dodge obstacles and track humans

DJI's revolutionary Phantom 4 drone can dodge obstacles and track humans

When The Verge began covering “drones” three years ago, we got a lot of grief about using that word: drone. These were just remote control toys, they couldn’t fly themselves! When drones got smart enough to navigate using GPS, and to follow people around, the naysayers pointed out they still couldn’t see anything. It could follow you, sure, but not while avoiding trees. At CES the last two years we finally saw drones that could sense and avoid real-world obstacles. But those were just tech demos, R&D projects which so far haven’t been made commercially available.

That all changes today ............

DJI’s Phantom 4 is the drone we’ve been waiting for


full article: theverge.com
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