This ‘Swiss Army Knife Of Drones’ Was Invented By An 18-Year-Old
The modular device can fly at recorded speeds of 85 mph, nearly twice the speed of market leader DJI's Phantom line
Most garden variety drones on the market specialize in a single hyper-specific function, from flying cameras to obstacle avoidance. But herein lies the problem: though your drone’s extended battery life lets it hover for an hour longer than the standard quadcopter, it can’t do much else. The uncompromising rigidity of most drones is precisely the reason that Amazon Prime Air has to design its own if its to ever realize aerial package delivery.
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