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Mab, une nuée d'insectes robotiques pour nettoyer votre maison

Mab, une nuée d'insectes robotiques pour nettoyer votre maison | Drones | Scoop.it
Mab est un concept futuriste qui vous permet de nettoyer votre maison en envoyant une colonie de petits drones faire le travail à votre place.
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Hex Airbot Shatters Crowdfunding Goal For Its Cheap, 3D Printed Drones

Hex Airbot Shatters Crowdfunding Goal For Its Cheap, 3D Printed Drones | Drones | Scoop.it
Hex’s tiny Airbot drone first turned heads earlier this year at China-based hardware accelerator Haxlr8r’s second demo day, and now the team behind it is finally pushing to bring the inexpensive flier to market by way of a recent-launched...

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Spiri, a programmable flying robot

Meet Spiri, the programmable, autonomous flying robot. Designed for you and your projects.
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A Flying Robot May Clean Your House In The Future - The Inquisitr

A Flying Robot May Clean Your House In The Future - The Inquisitr | Drones | Scoop.it
A Flying Robot May Clean Your House In The Future
The Inquisitr
When The Jetsons was created in 1962, people found it amusing that the Jetsons' maid was a talking robot named Rosie. While we do have the Roomba, it doesn't come close to Rosie.
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Raffaello D'Andrea: The astounding athletic power of quadcopters

In a robot lab at TEDGlobal, Raffaello D'Andrea demos his flying quadcopters: robots that think like athletes, solving physical problems with algorithms that...
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Amazing things you can do with a drone (and some pretty hard maths) !

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Raffaello D'Andrea: The astounding athletic power of quadcopters

In a robot lab at TEDGlobal, Raffaello D'Andrea demos his flying quadcopters: robots that think like athletes, solving physical problems with algorithms that...
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Amazing things you can do with a drone (and some pretty hard maths) !

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Chinese firm tests drones for express delivery service

Chinese firm tests drones for express delivery service | Drones | Scoop.it

According to The Atlantic, a delivery was first spotted in Dongguan, China, by a bystander who quickly took a photo and uploaded it to Sina Weibo. Fellow social media users then spotted the SF Express logo on the drone’s parcel, which then led to speculation that the wide-reaching delivery firm was dabbling in the new technology.

 

An SF Express spokesman later confirmed that the company had indeed developed drones capable of flying 100 meters high, that can automatically deliver parcels to exact locations with an error of about 2 meters. The spokesman did not state whether or not SF express intends to roll out the drones on a mass scale.


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"Ainsi font, font les fonds", épisode #2: Serena Capital

"Ainsi font, font les fonds", épisode #2: Serena Capital | Drones | Scoop.it
Sur quelles start-up misent-ils? Comment font-ils leur choix ? "Ils", ce sont les fonds d'investissement. L'Entreprise et La Petite Etoile vous proposent de mieux les connaître au travers d'une série d'entretiens.

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World's Smallest Drone Autopilot System Goes Open Source

World's Smallest Drone Autopilot System Goes Open Source | Drones | Scoop.it
The Lisa/S chip is 4 square centimeters -- about the same size as a Euro coin. But packed into this 1.9 gram chip is everything you need to autopilot an aerial drone.

 

It’s the world’s smallest drone autopilot system — over 30 grams lighter than its predecessor — according to the chip’s designers at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. And best of all, both the hardware and the software is open source, meaning anyone can copy and use it — for free.

 

“The main reason we chose open source is that we want to make it available for society,” says the project’s leader, Bart Remes. He envisions open source drone technology enabling a wider range of civilian drone applications, from agriculture to search and rescue.


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[Prospective] 6 secteurs d'activité qui commencent à jouer avec des drones civils - Maddyness

[Prospective] 6 secteurs d'activité qui commencent à jouer avec des drones civils - Maddyness | Drones | Scoop.it
6 secteurs d'activité qui utilisent déjà la technologie des drones civils
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Dronestagr.am : retour sur un démarrage inattendu

Dronestagr.am : retour sur un démarrage inattendu | Drones | Scoop.it
Il y a un mois, nous lancions un nouveau site : Dronestagr.am, réseau social de partage de photos prises par drone. Bilan et perspectives.
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