Tuesday, July 27


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Sheep river in a fascinating time-lapse made with a drone | Digital Trends Spanish

Videographer Lior Patel recorded a large group of sheep with his drone for seven months. The result: mesmerizing aerial video in fast motion (time-lapse) with more than 1,000 sheep grazing and traveling long distances. It all started when Patel approached Peace Valley in Yokneam, a city in northern Israel, and told a local shepherd about the idea of ​​filming sheep with a drone. From then on, Patel approached the site once every two weeks. At first, Patel was interested in sheep movement and how the herd spread and contracted, but it was unpredictable. So when Patel was ready to start recording, the pastor would point him in the direction that probably they would take the sheep. Then, Patel sent his drone into the air, which he monitored with an app on his iPad, until the sheep pass...
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This giant drone was used to bring drugs to Spain | Digital Trends Spanish

Drones have long ceased to be devices that were used as toys by aviation enthusiasts and began to be used successfully in various fields. Thanks to their versatility, these unmanned aircraft are used to explore difficult-to-reach terrain, help rescue people, take impressive aerial shots and move various products. Also to carry drugs from one place to another. At least that is what the Police of Spain indicates, which seized a large drone that was used by drug traffickers to illegally transfer these substances from Morocco to Andalusia. Police of Spain.It is a drone almost 4.5 meters long and 26 kilos. According to the national police, it is the largest drone that has been seized in that country. The device is a Mugin 4450, which can carry a load of up to 25 kg according to its technic...
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Rescue drone is guided by the screams of trapped people | Digital Trends Spanish

Drones add more and more applications and functionalities, some of them are quite striking. Now, for example, they are also of great help in rescue efforts. A team of researchers from the Fraunhofer FKIE institute in Germany has created a drone that is capable of locating trapped people by following their screams. It may seem like a macabre idea, but it is quite serious. The device has been designed to find survivors when a natural disaster strikes. "Drones can cover a larger area in a shorter period of time than rescue workers or trained dogs," says Macarena Varela, one of the main engineers on the project. Macarena Varela / Fraunhofer FKIE“If there is a collapsed building, it can alert and help rescuers. It can go to places that they cannot reach ”. The researchers first recorded t...
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Evolution: drone now has both changing wings and tail | Digital Trends Spanish

It is not the first time that the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL) has created a drone based on birds. Researchers at the institution have continued to advance until they arrive at a design that is characterized by having more moving parts, in order to make it fly more agile. In addition to the wings changing shape -as the first model of 2016 did-, the new version, which could be considered more “feathered”, also modifies its rear part, with a tail morphing. The inspiration for the device was the northern goshawk, whose color pattern resembles a hawk. This species can traverse forests and make adjustments in flight to chase its prey. "The goshawks move their wings and tails in tandem to carry out the desired movement, such as rapid changes of direction when hu...
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Amazon receives authorization for delivery with drones | Digital Trends Spanish

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States recognized Amazon Prime Air as an "aeronautical company", with which the retail giant could now make its deliveries with drones. After receiving permission, it is presumed that the company would soon implement a test program using the devices whose technical characteristics were known by the authority in 2019. “Amazon and its competitors have yet to overcome some regulatory and technical hurdles before packages of pet food or toothpaste can routinely arrive at people's homes. But the action shows that they have convinced the government that they are ready to operate in a highly regulated sector, "he said. Bloomberg. Eric Santoyo / Pexels For Amazon Vice President David Carbon, the certification “is an impor...