Stanford Climbing and Aerial Maneuvering Platform (SCAMP)

Meet SCAMP (Stanford Climbing and Aerial Maneuvering Platform): The Flying, Perching, Climbing Robot. That’s the movie’s title which I would like to talk you about this time.

SCAMP-climbing

Engineers from the on Stanford University recently created an unmanned flying machine called SCAMP. It looks like an ordinary quadkopter, but has some interesting properties. Continue reading Stanford Climbing and Aerial Maneuvering Platform (SCAMP)

Typhoon H has landed

CES, or Consumer Electronics Show, is the largest exhibition of electronics and technological innovations in the world. If manufacturers exhibiting their products want to be the best possible way to advertise to make their premiere at CES, because then the whole world is looking at them . Typhoon H drone was presented at the CES 2016. That the drone we want to talk about.

Typhoon H

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Hydrogen fuel cell drones

The problem of drones are batteries – batteries are just heavy so that most of the drones can fly for several of minutes. For this reason drones producers are looking for new solutions. One of them is hydrogen fuel cell. Manufacturers believe that with hydrogen fuel cells, they will definitely extend the flight time of drones.Hydrogen symbol

We in drone-magazine.com certainly are fascinated by the technologies associated with drones develop. We think it is worth the drive into hydrogen discuss and see its perspectives. Continue reading Hydrogen fuel cell drones