We’ve devised a way to factor in noise annoyance levels in drone design.
While ‘good drones’ have been valuable in this pandemic, using drones to embed new systems of surveillance could be a dangerous and slippery slope.
It’s going to get loud.
Commercial and recreational drones are taking to the air. They’re very noisy, and neighborhoods everywhere could become awfully loud.
Is this drone a threat?
Nobody has yet figured out what the rules are for drones or what constitutes ‘good manners’ for drone operators. But there are legitimate reasons a drone might be near your home.
Amazon founder Jeff Besos.
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Fruit and vegetables department at Whole Foods Market.
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A prototype Amazon delivery drone.
Amazon.com and others are eager to fill the skies with drones delivering packages at all hours. Convenient, yes, but it could transform – and not in a good way – our ability to make informed choices.
Are drones the parcel couriers of the future?
Online shopping giants and logistics firms are trying to improve efficiency and cut carbon – knowing that doing so will reduce their operating costs while appealing to green-minded consumers.
An airbourne drone.
Drone technology is quickly evolving from a geeky accessory to multi-billion dollar industry.
Drone via shutterstock.com
Get a taste of a drone-enabled future by looking at innovations and explorations from researchers, students and employees at one of the nation’s largest university systems.
Who is Danny
Tremendous technology is on a collision course with reality.
Delivery drone illustration via shutterstock.com
Without a human operator on board, how can a drone steer clear of collisions? Technology from autonomous cars can help.