This "atmospheric satellite" flies at 65,000 feet, and could provide satellite-style services for a fraction of the cost.
The team of drone enthusiasts at Game of Drones has rigged up drones with paintball guns for a game of remote aerial combat.
This drone from the University of Virginia has a Nexus 5 brain, and costs $800 in materials to create. Of course, you'll need some other items to complete it (including a 3D printer), but there's no denying we're inching closer to a sky filled with UAVs.
Gathering vital data from tornado-spawning storms, these aircraft could keep more people out of harm's way.
Ever since Amazon released that crazy drone delivery video, we've been curious how the logistics would work. Now, a group of Belgian students at KU Leuven are testing their own delivery UAV, and the logistics required to transport items to specific locations.
A mining company has ordered 25 Desert Wolf Skunk unmanned aerial vehicles for breaking up riots with pepper spray and "blinding lasers."
A triathlete competing in Geraldton WA, had to be hospitalised when a drone filming the event crashed into her head.
In a two-part piece of speculative fiction, Crave's Eric Mack envisions a not-too-distant future in which today's most anticipated emerging innovations have gone mainstream.
The US government picked several projects designed to get a grip on unmanned aerial vehicle safety, communication, navigation, air traffic control, and more.
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