The EHang 216F uses zoom cameras to locate the blaze, and then employs a laser-guided window breaker before launching extinguisher bombs and spraying the fire with foam
The U.S. Air Force could narrow the playing field of its Skyborg competition by the end of this summer, with plans to dole out awards to one or more companies to begin prototyping an autonomous combat drone.
Early on July 20, positions of the Syrian Army came under shelling by militants in the villages of Furu, Bahsa and Beit Hassno in the southern part of the Idlib de-escalation zone.
While the phrase "system of systems" has entered relatively common usage some years ago as a reflection of the need to field systems and assets with complementary capabilities that will operate as part of a synergistic whole in their respective d
Amphibious ship USS Portland (LPD-27) shot down a drone with a laser weapon during a first-of-its-kind at-sea test of the Navy's high-energy laser weapon system.
New Yorkers strolling along the East River early last month glanced up to see an unsettling sight: a mysterious drone claiming to represent something called the "Anti-Covid-19 Volunteer Drone Task Force" barking orders to pedestrians below to mai
As far as drones go, they don't get more extreme than this one designed to go racing.
Last month, police departments in Daytona Beach, Fla., and Connecticut unveiled what was initially touted as a potential new tool against a pandemic: drones capable of taking a person's temperature from 300 feet in the air.
The amount of compliance in a city with millions is simply astounding.
Like it or not, the surveillance state is being ushered in under cover of the pandemic.
LOOK UP! Chinese-Made Drones are Closely Monitoring Our Cities While US Officials Fear of Spying
Demand for Alphabet's drone delivery Wing is soaring in a Virginia town amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Neath and Port Talbot Council shared a video of its drone being tested showing how it will bark orders at people who ignore orders to stay inside during the coronavirus crisis
Surveillance and tracking have been made possible by cellphone data, CCTV cameras, and drones. Drones were used during the lockdown in China to monitor neighborhoods to ensure that residents stayed indoors.