31 October 2019
By Edd Gent
Delivery drones could get further by taking the bus. By landing on public transport, the little flying vehicles could travel four-and-a-half times as far, making them more useful for carrying packages over longer distances.
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Drones are agile, fast and energy-efficient, but their measly battery life means they can’t fly for long – considerably less than an hour for most consumer drones. That’s a problem if you want to deliver packages across a large city so researchers at Stanford University devised a computer program that plans deliveries by getting drones to piggyback on public …