DJI, a leader in drone technology, has once again outdone itself with the release of the Inspire 3, an impressive upgrade to its nearly seven-year-old predecessor, the Inspire 2. This state-of-the-art drone is capable of capturing stunning 8K video footage while soaring at exhilarating speeds.
MouldTech Systems Ltd., an engineering company in Hungary, and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) have jointly developed a fixed-wing drone at a total cost of HUF 1.5 billion. The National Research, Development and Innovation Fund (NRDI) contributed HUF 890 million to the project.
Drones have become an increasingly important tool in various fields, including weather forecasting. These unmanned aerial vehicles are equipped with sensors that can collect data on various weather parameters, allowing meteorologists to better understand and predict weather patterns.
A British startup, Gravitilab, has become the first to carry out a microgravity experiment using a drone, with much better results than any purpose-built device for this type of experiment has ever achieved.
It can’t fight, but it can spy and communicate: this is Airbus’ Zephyr drone, which experts say has capabilities that rival satellites. Airbus’ Zephyr, a solar-powered drone, is flying the nest as the pan-European aerospace company outsources its business to facilitate its commercialisation by bringing in partners, the Financial Times reports.
The world’s fastest battery-powered, remote-controlled four-rotor drone is now officially the XLR V3, built by Ryan Lademann and which has managed to reach an average speed of 360.503 km/h during official measurements.