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Commercial drone use for deliveries and services cleared a major hurdle in the US with new rules allowing the devices to fly over populated areas for the first time and requirements for tracking them to address safety and security concerns.
Malaysian researchers have developed a method to transform the fibre found in normally discarded pineapple leaves to make a strong material that can be used to build the frames for unmanned aircraft, or drones.
Amazon.com Inc is opening warehouses and shipping hubs in the US at the rate of about one every 24 hours. The ultimate aim is to ensure that virtually every product the company sells is a van ride – and eventually a drone flight – away from customers’ homes.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit reached space for the first time on Sunday with a successful test of its air-launched rocket, delivering ten NASA satellites to orbit and achieving a key milestone after aborting the rocket’s first test launch last year.
Conservationists have started using satellite imagery to count elephants from space, a technique that British experts hope will help protect threatened populations in Africa.
The pandemic has done a number on Uber's bottom line, with the ridesharing firm suffering RM3.9bil in losses, even as its food delivery subsidiaries perform better.
Drones could account for 30% of same-day package deliveries by 2040 as unmanned technology and network scale dramatically bring down costs, according to L.E.K. Consulting.
NASA has given the University of California, San Diego US$5.8mil (RM23.42mil) to help develop electric-powered flying taxis, a form of ride sharing that has been envisioned for decades but is struggling to get beyond the concept stage.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - NASA's Mars rover Perseverance, the most advanced astrobiology lab ever sent to another world, streaked through the Martian atmosphere on Thursday and landed safely inside a vast crater, the first stop on a search for traces of ancient microbial life on the Red Planet.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The semiconductor crunch that has battered the auto sector leaves carmakers with a stark choice: pay up, stock up or risk getting stuck on the sidelines as chipmakers focus on more lucrative business elsewhere.