Posts Tagged 'drones'

Utilising VR to train autonomous drones

Utilising VR to train autonomous drones

Autonomous drones have a wide range of applications, however their development can waste a lot of money and resources. Machine learning involves crash-prone exercises which require continual repair and expensive replacement of drones. Researchers from

The Prototype, 25 January 2018 – Ten Australian Innovators to Watch in 2018

The Prototype, 25 January 2018 – Ten Australian Innovators to Watch in 2018

Artificial intelligence, robotics, globalisation, the transformation of energy systems, the intense commercial competition in business of technology, and the rising realisation that the best inventions of the future will centre on human needs and the requirement to sustain life on this planet — these are the recurring themes, and there’s a great batch of new stories below that illustrate the future unfurling ahead.

Doorstep delivery by drone

Doorstep delivery by drone

The future of drones dropping off parcels at the home doorstep is not too far off. The e-commerce company AHA is now being serviced by the drone delivery firm Flytrex. Currently, the drones in Iceland