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Windhover Labs introduces new US-made flight computers

A US firm called Windhover Labs has announced the upcoming availability of its first hardware product. It’s a onboard flight computer that can be used in commercial drones and even satellites. It will be releasing a low-cost consumer model, as well as professional models the company says have “features that facilitate integration into the National Air Space.”

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MIT tech uses muscle and motion sensors to control drones

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One of the oddest but coolest aspects of the recent CBS show Star Trek Picard is the hand gestures. Cristóbal Rios, the captain of a starship that Picard hires out for his mission, is able to direct the ship just by moving his hand in the air. Now researchers at MIT have come out with a crude version of this system that uses sensors to control drones and other robots.