Tag: drones

Everything Amazon Announced at its Big Event

By Christine Persaud
Amazon is one of many tech companies to hold its own massive events to launch an entire slate of new products. And at the company’s latest hardware event, which took place in late September, there were plenty of innovations. Each provide a glimpse into Amazon’s plans for the future of home tech.

What’s Up with Drone Technology?

By Yasmin Ranade
Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems (RPAS) have been in use since hot-air balloon bombers were used in conflict in 1849, I recently learned. But, what can drones do today? How are they used? Who is monitoring them?

Drone Developments Bring New Rules, Regs, Restrictions

by Lee Rickwood
Think of a pilotless drone as part of the Internet of Things, automatically, remotely, independently capturing massive amounts of data from its unique vantage point high above the city, its people and its patterns.

CES 2016: what the show portends for the rest of the year

By Ted Kritsonis

Another Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is in the books, and with plenty of buzz, there was a shift in focus that looks to be a trend for the show’s foreseeable future. Wearables, smart home, virtual reality (VR), connected cars and drones dominated the show floor this year.