The Latvian skydiver completes what drone-makers Aerones say is the world’s first case of drone-diving after being lifted 330m into the air by a 28-propeller drone. Augstkalns used the top of a 120m communications tower as a launchpad before being lifted higher by the purpose-built drone, which weighs 70kg and can lift up to 100kg. Augstkalns then let go of the drone and parachuted safely back to earth
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The driver of a Tesla Model S crashed into a fire truck while driving down a California highway.
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South Korea has announced plans to employ a fleet of 85 robot 'volunteers' during the Winter Olympics, including a vacuum bot, robots which provide info on the Games, drinks serving robots, and robot fish swimming in ...
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Feb.13 -- 日産自動車は、電気自動車市場で世界をリードしようと、向こう５年間で中国に１兆円を投資する方針だ。ルノー・日産自・三菱自動車連合でコネクテッド・カーとモビリティサービスを担当するシニアバイスプレジデント、オギ...