Drone ID Brings SSL/TLS Certificates to IoT Security

Drone ID Brings SSL/TLS Certificates to IoT Security

As increasing numbers of Drones take to the skies, the new Drone ID effort backed by AirMap and DigiCert aims to help provide identification and security. When a drone flies overhead, how can its owner be identified? That’s a question that is not easily answered today, but it might be in the future if the idea behind Drone ID, takes off.While Drone ID is specifically about helping to secure drones, […]

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XDynamics to Launch World’s First UAV with Zero Latency Live View and Dual-Screen Controller at CES 2017

XDynamics to Launch World’s First UAV with Zero Latency Live View and Dual-Screen Controller at CES 2017

XDynamics Evolve, the world’s first consumer drone completed with zero latency Full HD live view and dual-screen remote controller will make its official debut at CES 2017, in Las Vegas, January 5-8. High resolution images of Evolve drone to demonstrate its patent-awarded dual-screen design are available for view and download now. With its industry-grade features and functionality, Evolve drone places aerial photography and filming experience at users’ fingertips. Benny Chan, […]

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UAV “Drone” Swarm Concept “OFFSET” (Primitive Explanation)

UAV "Drone” Swarm Concept "OFFSET" (Primitive Explanation)

Over the last six or so months I have been seeing a lot of articles floating around, calming DARPA and the Pentagon are seeking out cheap and simple ideas for controlling UAS swarms. But I have seen few attempt to address their “cry’s” for help. Maybe those folks where smart, kept it to themselves. But Is DARPA really going to listen to a early twenty something year old ghost. Probably […]

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AquaMAV dives like a bird and leaps like a flying fish

AquaMAV dives like a bird and leaps like a flying fish

AquaMAV dive Gannets are the largest seabirds in the north Atlantic and hunt fish by diving from height into the sea at up to 60 miles per hour. Flying fish can make powerful, self-propelled leaps out of the water and into the sky, where their wing-like fins help them to glide over considerable distances. The team from Imperial College London have taken inspiration from these behaviours in their prototype AquaMAV […]

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