Aerial drone concepts are being adopted and adapted to work in a very different environment – underwater.
It's harvest season in many parts of the world, but on one farm in the United Kingdom, robots — not humans — are doing all the heavy lifting.
In the skies of Los Angeles, a fleet of 300 drones performed choreographed maneuvers to spell out the trademark "W" symbol of Wonder Woman.
U.S. Navy researchers are developing a tiny, gliding drone called CICADA, which could be dropped from airplanes to gather data from hurricanes.
The world's first laser weapon — one that can "kill" threatening, airborne drones — is ready for action, according to news sources.
Whether they're swooping in to deliver packages or spotting victims in disaster zones, swarms of flying robots could have a range of important applications in the future.
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