This Week In Bots: Droids, Drones, And The Future Of Telepresence

UAV Games This week saw what is billed as the first of its kind of airshow--an aerial ballet of UAVs in American airspace, specifically over Albuquerque as part of a convention organized by the Technical Analysis and Applications Center from New York State University. Four models of electric motor-powered UAVs were on display, beaming back live video to show off their surveillance powers and their remote-controllable agility. The demonstration is timely, as a debate is opening up at the moment concerning the future of UAVs in U.S. airspace. was a story in the Washington Post this week, discussing a possible future for privately paid aerial surveillance after the FAA proposes new rules in January about allowing UAVs to fly in ways that're currently not permitted.

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