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This hole-digging drone parachutes in to get the job done TechCrunch

Source: techcrunch.com

Jan 9, 2019 1:17 PM 1+ week ago

A new drone from the NIMBUS group at the University of Nebraska can fall out of a plane, parachute down, fly to a certain place, dig a hole, hide sensors inside it, and then fly away like some crazy wasp. Robots are weird. The goal of the project is to allow drones to place sensors […]...Read more.

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