Drone swarm Stories November 23

Drones from the UK Ministry of Defense (MOD) could be ready to hit the skies in six months, according to drone company Blue Bear. The company has also stated that it would take around an extra £5 ($6.6) million for a fleet of 20 drones.

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Drone swarm Stories November 17

US Army researchers are looking to solve a problem that will become apparent over the next few years. How to charge a drone swarm safely and efficiently? You surely can’t get someone to plug in each drone.

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Drone swarm Stories October 16

China tested its latest suicide drone swarm technology during a test in September, with a video and information being released earlier this week. China Electronics Technology Group (CETC) is the state-owned company behind the test.

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Drone swarm Stories September 25

Russia has just used drone swarms for the first time in its Kavkaz-2020 training exercise. The country used various drones to provide surveillance of enemy soldiers, command centers, weapons, and military equipment to better aim airstrikes.

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Drone swarm Stories July 31

Drone swarms were spotted flying above the Palo Verde nuclear power plant in Arizona two consecutive nights back in late September 2019. Around 10 drones were spotted over the two nights, but no damage was caused to the power plant.

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Drone swarm Stories July 24

The University of Thessaloniki (AUT) in Greece will take part in a once in a lifetime program to build the county’s own custom swarm-capable drones as a part of Project Lotus. The drones will predominantly be used in surveillance and intelligence missions.

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