Bird-Scaring 'Robird' Drone Tested At Canadian Airport

Credit: Aerium Analytics
For three months last summer, a flying, flapping robot protected Edmonton International Airport, Alberta, from avian trespass. The Robird, a falcon-size unmanned aircraft, is a scarecrow for the future—a bird-herding device that keeps runways clear of fowl play. Tested for months as part of a...

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