Heaven sent: EHang plans to deliver artificial organs by drone

Heaven sent: EHang plans to deliver artificial organs by drone Nick Lavars May 4, 2016 6 pictures EHang is planning to adapt its EHang 184 aircraft to autonomously deliver human organs in a partnership with Lung Biotechnology PBC (Credit: Darren Quick/Gizmag). View gallery (6 images) If EHang’s vision for personal pilotless aircraft wasn’t quite wild […]

“Ah-ha Moment” from Professor Randall K. Nichols

“Ah-ha Moment” from Randall K. Nichols I had an early Fusion Ah-ha moment, this morning, while watching a special on drone racing being the new “fast sport competition” akin to NASCAR. We have been looking at the availability of nuclear commercial waste materials, their effect if delivered on a soft target, and the logistics of […]

Navy again rebrands carrier-based drone program

By Mark Pomerleau Apr 26, 2016 From the outside, it would appear that the Navy is undergoing an identity crisis when it comes to unmanned aircraft. The service had been performing several tests using demonstrator aircraft as part of the Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike, which itself faced its own identity problems concerning whether […]