A new wireless charging technique could keep robots, drones, and, one day, potentially moving cars juiced up, researchers say.
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A new gyroscope, so small it can fit on the tip of your finger, could help drones and driverless cars stay on track without a GPS signal.
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Drones aren't great at avoiding obstacles—especially when they move quickly. New technology takes a step toward solving the problem.
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A bird- and bug-inspired wing design could keep wind and other obstacles from batting around small fixed-wing drones and boost their battery efficiency.
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The way a mosquito uses its wings to make special sounds to attract a mate could lead to ways to build quieter drones, researchers say.
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Scientists are going head to head in a competition to make a robot that can map and navigate dark underground environments.
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