Inventor Aleksey Zaitsevsky has developed an Interceptor device capable of capturing other drones.
The Swedish company Jetson has already received pre-orders for the first batch of 118 aerial vehicles.
Phractyl has unveiled a unique aircraft concept, which is unlike anything you have ever seen before.
Thanks to this innovation, the drone can perch on tree branches and carry different items.
The event was part of the "Open the Urban Sky" campaign held by South Korea's Ministry for Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
It was a test flight rather than flying with live pilots onboard.
The country's air force seems to be giving a second life to out-of-service fighter jets and converting them into modern weapons.
Scientists from Northwestern University in Illinois have created a tiny flying microchip.
The installation designed by Drew Pilcher is fully autonomous. It is a complete analogue of an anti-aircraft turret with computer vision, homing and automatic weapons preparation, but it is for fun rather than serious combat.
The device is called RoboBee X-Wing; it is only 5cm long and has a 3.5cm wingspan.
Autonomous aircraft are already extremely useful. A company called Youbionics has recently come up with a way to further increase their potential. They introduced a project called Drone for Handy, which includes the creation of aircraft with bionic arms.
The south of France is a region famous for its wine. In the near future, this fame might get to the next level as local winemakers are actively implementing innovations in their industry. Today, you can already find drones identifying sick plants, creating agricultural maps and predicting crop yields in the Fronton province.