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Experts in simplifying hands-on training methods for students
Experts in simplifying hands-on training methods for students

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Saving the endangered one-horned rhino, one drone at a time!

Kaziranga National Park in India’s Assam state, is a magnet for poachers, drawn by the rich rewards offered for rhino horn – a prized product worth thousands of dollars on the black market.

A new weapon in the fight to save the rhinos is into limelight: a drone taking off to begin its night-time poaching patrol.

The UAVs will deter poachers who will now have to reckon with surveillance from air as well as on ground
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A unmanned, laser-firing drone could intercept nuclear missiles in flight!

Pilotless drones have other advantages. They are cheaper to fly and can remain in flight for much longer periods of time than manned aircraft.

The new laser drone to be capable of loitering for up to 36 hours at altitudes greater than 63,000 feet. Flying higher than the YAL-1, this laser drone would have more time to engage the target. It would also be more difficult for enemy forces to shoot down—and not need its own fleet of flying bodyguards to ensure its safety.
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Pre-flight test during our one of our RC Pilot Training Workshop.
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So you love building and flying your own drones?

The SonicModell AR.Wing FPV Flying Wing is a plug & fly drone that can be used for first person view flights.

This delta R/C wing can accommodate GoPro and other action cameras. Its wings are removable with a thumb screw.
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3D printed Walking Robots!
Taking a class on prototyping and fabrication can teach you a lot of new skills.
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Smart jacket and VR headset let you pilot a drone with your body!

Superhero in training. Can’t fly, but can control drones.

The jacket is a prototype drone controller kitted out with sensors that measure body movement. This motion is then translated into the controls of an airborne drone – or, for my test-flight, a virtual drone in a simulator.

The VR headset lets you see where you are going. Headphones provide the sound of wind rushing past the ears and metal supports under the elbows keep the arms aloft for flight.
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#DidYouKnow that the Gossamer Albatross crossed the English Channel & won the Kremer prize 38 years ago today.
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Bristol and Airbus combine for drone challenge!

Drone Dash 1 was sponsored by the Airbus Global University Partnership Programme, and saw the company working alongside Bristol’s Drone Society and AeroSoc. Multidisciplinary teams had to construct drones from a bag of parts, then complete flying challenges that included controlled take-off, landing and aerial manoeuvres.
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China has launched a record breaking swarm of 119 fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicles.
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