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Intel enters commercial drone market with the Intel Falcon 8+ for North America

Intel have dabbled a little with drones before. Their RealSense computer vision platform for obstacle navigation features on the Yuneec Typhoon H. They also have the Intel Aero Platform allowing you to build your own drones. But their entry into the commercial drone market is an interesting one. Drone technology at all levels has already [...] The post Intel enters commercial drone market with the Intel Falcon 8+ for North America appeared first on DIY Photography.
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