Man tries to tame the drone




Man tries to tame the drone


Drones have not yet learned to fly in the shop for a beer, but to raise the camera to the sky and photographed a bird’s eye they can do. The problem is that the drones require constant human control.

Sameer Parekh wants to teach drones to think and act independently, without human intervention. To this end, he founded the company Falkor Systems for the production of robotic aircraft with open source.

In the prototype, the inventor of the AR.Drone using artificial intelligence algorithms to track the movement of the person. The drone had been trained to follow the subject, keep a safety distance and record your journey on camera.


An unmanned aerial vehicle is moving in the video below for a man in a black T-shirt with a graphic pattern, in which the required information is encrypted. Parekh for the next few years promise to modify the software and hardware. This will allow him to commercialize the technology.

The inventor is going to sell intelligent drones lovers of extreme sports such as BASE jumpers who make parachute jumps from bridges, skyscrapers and rocks.

“UAVs will be recorded on camera as extreme athletes jump off a cliff”, – he said.

It seems that the evolution of unmanned aerial vehicles has begun.

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