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May 11, 2023

In three years, this Israeli startup could offer lunar flying services to drop payloads on the Moon

Posted by in categories: drones, economics, satellites

As per the company, traditional rovers may not be able to traverse everywhere and perform tasks like their drone-like hopper.

For decades, Earth’s natural satellite has been one of the most popular destinations for space exploration. The upcoming Artemis missions, along with the excitement on establishing a human settlement on the Moon, have collectively boosted the lunar economy market substantially in recent years.

Several startups have been preparing to offer their technological solutions to gain a better understanding of the valuable resources available and provide services to future astronauts.

May 3, 2023

DARPA is making Nikola Tesla’s dream of wireless energy a reality

Posted by in categories: drones, energy, military

“First of all, the environment has changed, and the need for more resilient energy transport methods for military operations is at a premium,” explained Col. Paul “Promo” Calhoun to Popular Mechanics in an exclusive interview. American forces operate globally like the special operations units he resupplied as a C-17 cargo pilot, from outposts in the South China Sea to the Iraqi desert. Since there is no simple way to power them, many forces use their radars, anti-drone microwave weapons, lasers, or other energy-intensive equipment. And with each passing year, the severity of the issue increases.

May 2, 2023

Lazareth LMV 496 Flying Motorcycle With Jet Turbines In The Wheels

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The “La Moto Volante” – the Flying Motorcycle is based on his Lazareth LM 847 with a 350kW, 4.7-litre Maserati V8 that was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016. At the center of each wheel hub is a powerful jet turbine, exhaust facing downward, similar to a quadcopter drone, but with much more power.

Source/image(PrtSc): Lazareth Auto-Moto

Apr 28, 2023

This Green Hydrogen VTOL Drone Can Fly for 3.5 Hours

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Apr 25, 2023

Space Launch Delta 30 to Lease Space Launch Complex 6 to SpaceX

Posted by in categories: drones, internet, space travel

With Starlink now profitable, SpaceX’s need for launches is now virtually infinite. So they just got permission to create a fourth tower for Falcon 9 / Falcon Heavy which means that at least one more drone ship is under construction.

Col. Rob Long, Space Launch Delta 30 commander, signed a statement of support on April 21, 2023, granting SpaceX permission to lease Space Launch Complex 6 (SLC-6) for Falcon rocket launches.

SLC-6 previously supported the Delta IV vehicle family and has remained vacant since the final Delta IV Heavy launch on Sept. 24, 2022.

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Apr 15, 2023

DJI’s new Inspire 3 is an 8K drone for moviemakers

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DJI has just unveiled its most advanced camera drone to date, but its hefty $16,500 price tag suggests it’s not for the everyday user.

Indeed, the new Inspire 3 is designed for professional moviemakers who want a powerful machine capable of nailing the best shots.

An update of the Inspire 2 that launched in 2016, the Inspire 3 sports a new streamlined design that offers improved mobility for complex maneuvers.

Apr 13, 2023

GPT-5: A New Era of Artificial Intelligence or the Beginning of the End of Mankind? | Pro Robots

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, drones, Elon Musk, robotics/AI

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Apr 8, 2023

How Zelensky’s Forces Are Using Stealthy Cardboard Drones To Bleed Russian Forces In The Ukraine War

Posted by in category: drones

Ukrainian troops have been using Corvo Precision Payload Delivery System (PPDS) drones that are made out of cardboard. At least 100 of the flat-packed drones are being supplied to Ukraine each month, as per a report by The Australian. These cardboard UAVs allow Ukrainian forces to drop bombs, deliver supplies and undertake vital reconnaissance missions. Watch the video to find out what the Precision Payload Delivery System is?

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Mar 24, 2023

Experts reveal what workplaces will look like in 2050

Posted by in categories: augmented reality, drones, robotics/AI

Holographic receptionists, robots and tea-delivering drones may be part of the workplace in just 30 years, according to new findings.

Employees may soon be spared from carrying out mundane tasks around the office as futuristic technologies blend into our daily lives.

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Mar 21, 2023

A hybrid unicycle that can move on the ground and fly

Posted by in categories: drones, military, robotics/AI

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones, can help humans to tackle a variety of real-world problems; for instance, assisting them during military operations and search and rescue missions, delivering packages or exploring environments that are difficult to access. Conventional UAV designs, however, can have some shortcomings that limit their use in particular settings.

For instance, some UAVs might be unable to land on uneven terrains or pass through particularly narrow gaps, while others might consume too much power or only operate for short amounts of time. This makes them difficult to apply to more complex missions that require reliably moving in changing or unfavorable landscapes.

Researchers at Zhejiang University have recently developed a new unmanned, wheeled and hybrid that can both roll on the ground and fly. This unique system, introduced in a paper pre-published on arXiv, is based on a unicycle design (i.e., a cycling vehicle with a single wheel) and a rotor-assisted turning mechanism.

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