Bubble-like Delivery Drone Provides A Network Of Indoor Delivery

Bubble-like Delivery Drone Provides A Network Of Indoor Delivery

Reconsidering the way a drone should behave in the event of a malfunction or crash

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 27 april 2016

When drones become a widespread phenomenon across numerous landscapes and industries, its likely that some of them will come raining down due to bad weather or system failure. But what if we’re thinking about drone accidents in the wrong way? What if, instead of changing the way a drone flies and lands, or the software guiding the drone fleets, we simply change the drone itself?

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