A clever new design introduces a way to image the vast ocean floor.
Welcome to the world's newest motorsport: manned multicopter races that exceed speeds of 100 mph.
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Proponents of drones in foreign conflicts argue that it reduces harm for civilians and U.S. military personnel alike. Here's why that might be wrong.
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The first wave of the retailer's anticipated automated delivery fleet hits the sidewalks.
The drones are nearly silent and are able to identify and track enemy soldiers.
Modern life hinges on satellite connectivity. President of Kraus Aerospace Fatema Hamdani explains how the science of perpetual flight is unfolding, and how to defend satellites and drones from enemy fire.
Poachers trade on a black market estimated to total $40 billion. It’s impossible to stop every poacher, but new technology could bolster the efforts of conservationists by putting a set of eyes in the sky.
A patent filed for Amazon's "airborne fulfillment centers" reveals the e-commerce giant's plans for the future of delivery.