#Drone

Meet the Engineers using drones to track the feeding habits of seabirds

2 months ago — Quick Read

We used drones to track the feeding habits of seabirds – new research You may have found yourself at the shoreline, watching seabirds plunging into the sea and magically reappearing...

Engineering Ideas – Can we make drones sound less annoying by factoring in humans at the design stage?

7 months ago — Long Read

These days almost everyone has either flown a drone or listened to the nasty whining sound they produce. Although small drones (up to 20kg) are about 40 decibels quieter than...

Hydrogen Powered Drone sets World Record

1 year ago — Quick Read

A drone, powered by a Hydrogen Fuel Cell, has set a new World Record after flying continuously for 331 minutes. The record was reported by Fuel Cell Works who confirmed...

The Do’s and Don’ts of UK Drone Law

3 years ago — Long Read

Today Drones brought Gatwick to a halt but what are the existing rules in the UK for flying? Even though drones have rapidly increased in popularity the laws relating to...

Drones in Construction — How They’re Transforming the Industry

3 years ago — Quick Read

Whether flying around a room or capturing unique aerial footage, advances in drone tech are offering new possibilities and applications — especially in the world of construction. Over the last...

Drones set to deliver Burgers and beer in Reykjavík

3 years ago — Quick Read

Icelandic company AHA is set to expand the number of drones it operates in Reykjavik.