Missed 2020 CES well we have you covered on the drone tech featured at CES!
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Many have been anticipating drone delivery for a while now! Well we here to tell you drone delivery is a thing! No not Domino’s Pizza and not Amazon package but a live human kidney! Uber move over… drone delivery of a live human kidney was successful, April 2019. Will it be long before human drone delivery outpaces overrides!
Imagine the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) implications for young scholars to come. Young scholars will be participating in drone coding and artificial intelligence the driving force of this customized unmanned vehicle.
The living legacy foundation of Maryland and the University of Mount Maryland collaborated to do a 3 miles delivery of the world’s first live viable kidney to a woman in Maryland. University of Maryland students and research department build a customized drone to make this monumental transport. This customized technology flew 44 test flights over 700 hours before the actual live flight took place.
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Autonomous is All the Rage at CES 2019
Autonomous is not going away anytime soon!
2019 CES is well under way and just like Heinz Ketchup anticipation was at the forefront! Last year, autonomous cars were all the rage “Autonomous” is all the rage! Now you can own an aerial security drone to watch your house, by sunflower labs!
Intelligent razes that heat up to 122 degrees and toothbrushes that Id non-brushed areas by releasing a serum to highlight the misses via discoloration amongst other Hi-Tech gadgets are taking center stage.
No Autonomous cars/trucks are not dead as we see Daimler unveiled a new self-driving truck and Bosch unveiled a driver less shuttle bus.