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  • War Technology Hits Red Beach at Camp Pendleton

    Camp Pendleton Several large drones — one with a 9-foot wingspan — swooped over the surf and canyons and along combat town at Red Beach. Below them, three Reconnaissance Marines on personal watercrafts landed and surveyed the area in preparation for the main landing force. Next, a wave of...
  • Russia claims U.S. will continue to purchase RD-180 engines

    On Friday, April 14, 2017, Yuri Vlasov, CEO of the United Rocket and Space Corporation (URSC), stated that the RD-180 engines, which currently power the Atlas V booster, would be delivered to the United States until 2024–2025. “Today we understand well that we’ll continue delivering American and European astronauts...
  • Lilium plans five-seater air taxi completes successful test flight

    Lilium Aviation’s Jet Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL), zero-emission, electric Eagle prototype has completed its maiden flight. Being controlled from the ground, the unmanned two-seater was subjected to a series of tests, including a mid-air transition from hovering to horizontal flight. The company is aiming for a manned flight...
  • Baidu to Open Source Its Self-Driving Technology

    Baidu has opened up its driverless car technology for automakers to use as it aims to be the default platform for autonomous driving in a bid to challenge the likes of Google and Tesla. The Chinese internet giant said on Wednesday that the new project named Apollo, will provide...
  • 29 Awesome 3D Printed Houses & Building Projects In The World

    When we hear individuals speak about 3D printing, we frequently hear the exact same story once again that all homes will be 3D printed in the future. Well, some buildings might be printed, but a home is more complex than simply walls. There is an impressive quantity of 3D...
  • Lyra Smart Bike With GPS And Integrated Lighting

    Smart gadgets are often seen as devices that have specialized software, can charge via USB connection, and do a million other things. That’s not so much the case with Lyra, Mission Bicycle’s newest product. While the Lyra won’t say what’s next on your schedule or pedal for you, it...
  • Underwater drone is ready to make a splash

    If you’re shopping around for an aerial drone, then you’ll know that there are now lots of companies making them. What’s perhaps a little more surprising, however, is the number of groups offering aquatic drones. Already, we’ve seen li’l remote-control submarines such as the Trident, FathomOne, CCROV and BlueROV2....
  • NASA’s humanoid robot to test for ultimate Mars challenge

    NASA’s Robonauts are being put to the test in Mars-like obstacle courses in order to pave the way for future humanoid space exploration and help bridge the expansive gap between Earth and human colonization of the red planet. NASA built four six-foot, 290-pound, Iron man-like pieces of machinery named Valkyrie,...
  • Airbus Unveils Self-Flying Car Concept

    Airbus has revealed a concept for a self-flying car capable of operating both on the ground and in the air, and plans to test it later this year. Airbus unveiled its Vahana autonomous flying vehicle concept, developed in partnership with Italdesign, at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland Tuesday....
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