Enlarge / On the left, the newly discovered earthwork and a few possible houses are marked on an aerial image of the site. On the left, you can see the outline of the circular earthwork in the thermal image. It’s hard to imagine monumental archaeological sites still lying undiscovered beneath the fields of Kansas. But a drone survey just revealed the eroded remains of a wide ditch that once encircled a 2,000 square meter (21,000 square feet) area on a bluff overlooking the Walnut River. Filled in by…

We’re expecting some extraordinary deals on drones that you can take advantage of even before Prime Day hits. View original article at Digital Trends

‘Snatcher’ is a fast and compact robot created by researchers at the Seoul National University of Science and Technology. The idea behind the design is to help other robots and drones pick up and drop off packages quicker and from a safe distance.  The robot can grab up to 30 grams from 80 centimeters in under 600 milliseconds and is an interesting replication of its natural counterpart.  Read more. View original article at Mashable

The flying display highlights the museum’s cool collection and beautiful setting View original article at Digital Trends

Police in the U.K. posted a drone video that highlighted transgressors View original article at Digital Trends

It’s part of a highly autonomous drone delivery system for medical samples View original article at Digital Trends

The U.S. government is reportedly about to permanently ground its 1,000 Chinese drones over security fears. There are worries about how the drones’ data may be used if it lands on Chinese servers. View original article at Digital Trends

At CES 2020, Sunflower Labs announced the launch of The Bee, a fully autonomous home defense drone. The Bee responds to motion and vibrations in the yard and streams and records any activity. View original article at Digital Trends

GoPro exited the drone market in 2018, but those who bought its Karma quadcopter could still fly it if they wished — or they could until January 1, when it suddenly stopped working. View original article at Digital Trends

Element 84, a Virginia-based software engineering firm specializing in remote sensing data processing, says it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Safety & Disaster Response Competency status. This designation recognizes that Element 84 helps customers adopt rapid mapping, satellite and drone processing technology at the edge to help first responders leverage the power of AWS to protect the public, and prepare, respond and recover from natural or man-made emergencies and disasters View original article at Unmanned Aerial Online