A Drone You Can Eat Promises Faster Humanitarian Relief

Credit: Windhorse Aerospace
Unmanned aircraft seem a sensible and economical way to deliver humanitarian aid, particularly into high-risk areas, exemplified last year by besieged Aleppo in Syria. But designing a UAV that is available quickly and cheaply, easy to use, and which can achieve its purpose without potentially...

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