More Than 600 Drones Were Crashed in the Name of UAV Safety Research

Once drone delivery becomes the norm, having one whir by overhead is likely to be a common occurrence. You’d be forgiven for thinking that the only requirement for making that a reality was developing a reliable autonomous guidance system, and the ability to carry certain payloads, but there are far more considerations to take into account. At the very top of that list is safety. What happens if a drone fails mid-flight? How serious of an injury would collision with a unmanned aerial vehicle result in? Fortunately, professionals are on the case …

The Drive | Dec. 12, 2017

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