Governments and businesses need to collaborate to make the most of drones and flying vehicles
They have adapted their anatomy and flight physiology to solve the “complex multifactorial problem” of trying to fly and flirt at the same time, Mittal says.
They can help quantify changes in vegetation composition, whether growth is consistent or if natural disturbances like fire or insect attacks are becoming more prevalent.
Volocopter is due to launch its electric air taxis commercially in the next two years. The VoloCity has 5G capabilities to allow it to see round corners and even autonomously ask permissi...
From healthcare to environmental monitoring, drones can help meet critical societal needs in India in a cost-effective way.
A fleet of 300 drones and AI will create a digital map to be used in planning, development and more.
E-commerce start-up Jumia was the first African company to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. It's now a guiding light for a host of innovative companies from the agricultural sector.
Farming is the latest industry to make use of up and coming technologies: from assessing sustainability to reporting failed equipment.
The age of autonomous cars could radically alter human behaviour and use of city streets, unless we implement safety precautions.
Zipline is now working with the Ghana Health Service to provide 'last mile delivery' for important medical supplies like drugs, vaccines and blood to remote areas of the country.
Inspired by insects, this new drone has flexible arms that allow it to withstand high wind speeds and perform in conditions where other drones would fail.
The densely populated farmland around Lake Victoria is notoriously hard to reach – so the World Bank has launched the Lake Victoria Challenge, to spark innovation in last-mile delivery.
NASA just tested an insect-inspired swarm of drones — a host “hive” drone, each carrying 25 little “CICADAS” that detach from its underbelly to fly around and learn about the weather and ...
Drones are being used in New Zealand to herd sheep, and they're even being fitted with a 'digital bark' to help.
By using drones to deliver goods, even the most far-flung places become instantly accessible and connected