unmanned aerial vehicles
Dronesense, which sells a platform for controlling drones to police, left customer data including flight plans exposed.
Critics of the program say their issue is ethical, not practical.
Critics of the militarization of marine life say the problem with a new DARPA program is moral, not practical.
Drones can see things in the water that a jet-ski simply can't.
America’s adversaries are gearing up for robotic battle in the skies.
They put even the coolest drones to shame.
The US military admits it has flown drones over American soil on at least nine separate missions since 2011.
The “Game of Drones” was designed to explore the different ways that drones could be used for tactical and strategic effect in a conflict.
The recent Autonomous Unmanned Systems & Robotics conference held in Israel featured a variety of technologies designed to identify and take out unmanned aerial vehicles.