Centralized guidelines as well as individual member states projects highlight efforts around artificial intelligence.
European nations consolidate rules for commercial and personal drone usage.
U.K. study found 35% traffic efficiency improvement through cars that communicate with each other.
Safety and security options tested in Netherlands competition where drones battled each other.
Report gives governments recommendations and lessons learned for drone policies.
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In this roundup, we look at how European drone regulations are developing, even as the market grows and innovators strive for new applications.
Advances in materials, sensors, and battery life look to assist firefighters in reaching higher locations for extinguishing fires.
A commission in the German transport ministry has recommended ethics rules for self-driving cars that could provide a model for China and other nations.
The Wearable Robotics Lab in the Netherlands is developing flexible suits with smart control system to be worn by patients with muscle or nerve damage to assist with mobility.
The EU’s strict new General Data Protection Regulation will affect companies globally, and service robot users should know its provisions.
As AI continues to advance, researchers aim to create new methods to help robots communicate better with humans.
Before robots can clear snow from your driveway, developers need to work out autonomous snowplow kinks. They’re doing just that at Fagerness Airport.
Scientists have been copying nature to develop pollination drones that can assist real bees and human farmers.
Teams battled each other and countermeasures to learn more about defending against drones
European cities are moving forward with the development of autonomous public transport, bringing together real-time traffic and road data with the latest developments in electric and autonomous vehicle technology.
The European Commission, the European Union’s executive branch, wants to enact regulations in response to drone concerns this year. Privacy protection and safety are two areas that face regulation.