Drones

Drones IoT

Visualizing Drone Data in IoT apps

Learn how VISEO (https://aka.ms/iotshow/viseo) is analyzing large amounts of data (1 GB to 1 TB) collected from drones and other vehicles flying over 32,000 km of railway tracks in France for Altametris, a subsidiary of SNCF Réseau. VISEO’s Vincent Thavonekham, Head of Smart Factory, and Igor Leontiev, Chief Cloud Solution Architect, show three demos in […]

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Drones And Artificial Intelligence Help Combat The San Francisco Bay’s Trash Problem
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Drones And AI Help Combat The San Francisco Bay’s Trash Problem

Here’s a great use case for AI and Drones to help with a common environmental problem. With drone photography, “we can track all of the trash in a creek, river, or stream, examine how it’s distributed, and then apply machine-learning algorithms to analyze those images as often as we want,” Hale says. Read more www.forbes.com

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CalTech Uses PyTorch To Build Smooth Landing Drones
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CalTech Uses PyTorch To Build Smooth Landing Drones

Here’s an interesting (and cool) use of AI on drones. Next-generation vehicles such as drones have a hard time landing. Drone controllers usually bring the drone near the ground and then drop it. How low the drone can be brought down depends on the aerodynamics of the drone and other reactions from the ground. Since […]

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Skydio 2: An Affordable Autonomous Drone

The Verge takes a look at the Skydio 2 – a drone that can fly itself, follow you around without crashing into trees. This device is affordable at $999 for the aircraft itself. A pair of optional $150 controllers are a separate purchase if you need longer range and/or more control over filming. Learn more: […]

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Drones Startups

Controversial Startup Makes Drone-Killing Robots

Bloomberg covers founded Anduril, a startup founded by by Palmer Luckey backed by Peter Thiel that has rekindled the connection between the American military and Silicon Valley. Read the full story about Anduril on Businessweek.

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Drones Maker

Active Noise Cancellation

Tech Ingredients demonstrates an active noise reduction technique. He reviews passive noise management and go on to demonstrate phase-related active noise reduction and goes on to demonstrate phase-related active noise reduction.

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Drones

Drone Tech is Almost Ready to Swarm the Skies

Drones are ready to take off into widespread use. They’re going mainstream, helping deliver medical supplies, inspecting hard to reach places, responding to emergencies, and, of course, delivering online orders. Quartz News looks at how very close we are to making drones safe enough to operate across the skies.

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AI Drones Robotics

Vijay Kumar on Flying Robots

Vijay Kumar is one of the top roboticists in the world, professor at the University of Pennsylvania, Dean of Penn Engineering, former director of GRASP lab, or the General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception Laboratory at Penn that was established back in 1979, 40 years ago. Vijay is perhaps best known for his work in […]

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Will AI Drones Change the Shipping Industry?

The future of shipping looks very much unmanned. Today, container ships transport more than 90% of all goods in the world, but it can take over a month for those goods to sail from Beijing to New York. Automated cargo drones could be the disruption needed in a global supply chain that has been largely […]

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Drones Future

Rise of the Cargo Drones

The Verge takes a look at the future of logistics: cargo drones.

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