According to MIT research
Making drones quieter by redesigning propellers may be the key to public acceptance of unmanned deliveries.
For AAM, Vertical May Not Just Be for Take Off, It Could Be Good for Electrode Alignment Too
The linchpin of eVTOL transportation’s commercial success (read “profitability”) fundamentally lies within that lowercase “e”– the electric part of the acronym. But, one of the challenges eVTOL developers and manufacturers face is their ability to quickly and efficiently keep their lithium-ion powered vehicles sufficiently charged to keep them aloft. The Challenge of Keeping eVTOLs Charged…
Uncrewed aircraft can be dropped into hurricanes to better understand how these massive, disruptive weather conditions develop and evolve. Researchers can use that information to better protect life and property.
If You Want to Go the Distance, the Answer May Be ‘Yes.’
Researchers believe a tandem-wing eVTOL could enable travel between central European cities.
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.