Future tech magazine covers news on future drones and advances in the future of drone technology. Follow the future of drones right here.
Drones have become very popular in recent times. What was once the preserve of a few enthusiasts has now achieved mainstream success. This popularity has driven drone development and that is why this magazine will be covering the future of uavs.
Part of the rise in knowledge about drones comes from reports about their use by the military. In this way this has fed an interest in future drones military use.
Future Drones and UAV's
Drone technology has moved on so much that there is a drone for every purpose. Drones development means that the most advanced military drone may never be achieved. It must be noted however, that drone use on the battlefield is still a controversial subject. Thankfully, drones technology is not only restricted to military purposes, so a whole new market has opened up for consumers.
From film making to taking photos, and even search and rescue operations, the scope that future drones have to offer is immense. There are large recreational uavs, fly sized drones, and many other designs as companies jockey for position in the future drone market.
As a result, the quality and capabilities of these machines has improved a lot in recent years. This means that the capabilities of future drones will be many and varied, so stick with us as we cover everything from the best military drones to the leading commercial ones.
Future Drone Development & Drones Technology
What has also helped is that large tech companies such as Facebook and Amazon have experimented with various drone uses. Amazon is planning to use it's Prime Air drones to deliver packages to customers. Facebook has tried to use the UAV's to provide internet connections to people in far flung places.
On these pages you will find news, updates, videos, and articles on about future drones. We will cover stuff like the most advanced drone for sale, as well as low cost, and other upcoming commercial models.
Future Drones News
- Nokia OVNI Drones: Smart Search and Rescue Future UAVs
Former mobile phone maker Nokia has been known to be developing its own drones for some time. Now recent reports show that the Finnish company has gone further by registering a name for its UAVs. The news comes after Nokia filed the name “OVNI” in a registration at the EU’s Intellectual Property Office. Leaked details […]
- Bolt Drones aims to be the Most Accessible FPV Drone on the Market
Bolt Drones, a UAV start-up based out of Los Angeles is aiming to develop more accessible FPV Drones. Autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles are currently all the rage right now. And naturally new services and industries have sprung up around the technology. One such area is the growing drone racing sector, with enthusiasts and professionals pursuing the sport in […]
- Watch: Lilium Jet Flying Car take its Maiden Flight
Lilium Jet Maiden Flight Munich-based Lilium Aviation has developed the world’s first electric vertical take-off and landing jet. The Lilium Jet is essentially a futuristic flying car and it recently took its maiden flight. Lilium Aviation demonstrated the craft’s abilities and potential for future transportation. Check it out in the video above.
- The Lilium Jet is a Flying Car that takes off and Lands Vertically
Lilium Aviation has unveiled the Lilium Jet, a futuristic flying car that takes of and lands vertically. A Munich-based aviation company has developed the world’s first electric vertical take-off and landing jet. The Lilium Jet is essentially a flying car in the futuristic sense of the word. In a recent demonstration Lilium Aviation demonstrated the craft’s abilities […]
- Video: Check out Italdesign and Airbus’ Pop.Up Flying Car Concept
The Airbus Pop.Up is an electric vehicle which can travel on both land as a normal road vehicle and in the air as an autonomous drone. The concept was presented at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show by French civil plane manufacturer Airbus. Pop.Up is a new concept of a personal transport and aerial vehicle. See more in […]