When drones come into mind, it would normally yearn immediate association to photography-related stuff seeing how the phenomena has offered a new way to capture snazzy shots from the top. And while that is the immediate presumption, drones are pegged to do more than just take shots at some point.
Drones can autonomously navigate forest trails and help search and rescue teams, say scientists.
Dutch police are taking the support of bird training organizations to help them train eagles, so they can remove drones from the sky.
Angela Kane representative for Disarmament Affairs of German UN from 2012-2015 expressed her concern about the lethal technology and said that the world is complacent in taking proactive methods to protect the humanity. "It may be too late," she told a debate in Davos
ESPN has decided that it will not use drones in the upcoming Winter X Games, even though it filmed parts of the 2015 X Games with flying drones.
The news has been out since 2014, even though it was largely considered as a rumor back then, that GoPro drone will be revealed in 2016
Nature is the most preferred destination for inspirations. In a latest example, researchers have revealed experimental drones whose designs are inspired by birds, bats, insects and even flying snakes.
NASA scientists are using former military surveillance drones to help them understand more about how tropics storms intensify. They believe that the study can ultimately save lives by improving the accuracy of the forecast.