Uber wants to fly customers around in massive autonomous drones | Quartz

Self-driving cars just aren’t enough. Uber, the ride-hailing taxi service, is apparently seriously exploring whether it can develop aircraft that could take off and land without a runway, and fly passengers autonomously to wherever they want to go.Recode reported...
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Flybrix’s LEGO powered drones are finally available | The USB Port

San Francisco-based startup Flybrix formally began shipping its crash-friendly LEGO drones on Thursday, September 22. The basic package costs $149 and includes everything the user needs to build a drone skeleton from scratch, to later customize it with as many LEGO...
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DOT Issues Autonomous Vehicle Policy | Inside Unmanned Systems

The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) released its Federal Automated Vehicle Policy Tuesday, detailing safety and regulatory requirements for testing and implementing self-driving technology. The much-anticipated policy uses a 15-point safety assessment to set...
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How Do Drones Work (Infographic) | UAV Coach

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Drone Racing Becomes ESPN’s Newest Televised Sport | The New York Times

First there was poker. Then there was the spelling bee, Scrabble and the recent emergence of e-sports. Now ESPN is betting that speeding drones will be the next noncontact “sport” to find a mass audience. The Drone Racing League announced on Wednesday that it had...
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