Drones – The Good, the Bad, and the Amazing
Emerging drone technology
Drone technology is being used in many creative ways, not all of it good!
MIT Scientists Built Insect-Sized Drones
A Bug’s Eye-View
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s an insect-sized drone, just two inches long!
For Urban Air Mobility, A Picture May Be Worth Billions of Words
Researchers believe presenting storyboards of different UAM scenarios will help professionals charged with launching UAM.
For AAM, Vertical May Not Just Be for Take Off, It Could Be Good for Electrode Alignment Too
Vertically Aligned Electrodes May Improve Battery Charging Times by 500%
Vertically aligned electrodes may improve battery charging times by 500 percent.
eVTOLs Gone in the Wind?
Headwinds, Tailwinds, and Crosswinds Key Concerns for Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles
More than half of weather-related aviation accidents are caused by wind. Research into how wind impacts eVTOLs is being addressed.
Let There Be LiDAR Onboard Your UAVs
It’s a Million Times Faster Than Radar
Researchers are studying how Light Detecting and Ranging (LiDAR) systems might be used to help keep uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) safe.