Could we expect facial recognition-equipped swarm drones to be used against political opponents? What if you read content that is not politically sanitized? Where does it end?
We found over 50 highly unusual incidents with our new FAA data mapping tool. And yes, there even are a few flying 'disks' and 'cylinders' in there.
The latest idea that may or may not eventually see the light of day is a new patent for a system where delivery vans would carry items almost to their destination, then send out and direct ground drones to do the final drop-off.
TN has long tracked Technocrat efforts to create autonomous agents of destruction via killer robots and drones, and a new arms race is clearly underway. This is bad news for China's enemies who deploy nuclear submarines. ? TN Editor
Israel used the first ever drone swarm deployed in battle to hunt down Hamas terrorists, it was reported.
US Air Force is designing microdrones that can flap their wings like a bird or insect for surveillance in warzones
NYC-based startup Kelekona is designing an electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicle that will transport dozens of passengers and make regional travel seamless.
In March 2020, as COVID-19 locked down the world, what may have been the first autonomous drone attacks in history were taking place on a largely unwatched battlefield in Libya.
In the test, Boeing's MQ-25 T1 aerial tanker drone transferred jet fuel to a US Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet.