Sensors Tackle ‘Last-50-Feet’ Safety Challenge For Autonomous Drones

Credit: Near Earth Autonomy
As researchers develop ways to integrate and manage small unmanned aircraft in airspace below 400 ft., attention is turning to the problem of safely taking off and landing autonomously in cluttered environments, in normal operations and emergency situations. “The first and last 50 ft., when the...

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