Drone delivery company Wing is out to transform the sky – and Australia is at the forefront of its plans.
Like atomic bombs and chemical and biological weapons, deadly drones that make their own decisions must be tightly controlled by an international treaty.
Small insects understand how big they are, and can use that information while flying in a complex environment, new research shows.
The ocean meets the sky as drones take conservation efforts to new heights.
Recreational and commercial drone usage has taken off, but the dangers could be going over our head.
They began as wartime technology, but now drones are changing the way we witness the world, especially when we can't see it for ourselves.
With drone technology, surveillance software and threat-predicting algorithms, future conflicts could computerise life and death.
UNSW’s Dr Carolien van Ham says the consequences of COVID-19 for our democracies may be long-term.
While 'good drones' have been valuable in this pandemic, using drones to embed new systems of surveillance could be a dangerous and slippery slope.
A new UNSW study has shown that using a drone to film hippos in Africa is an effective, affordable tool for conservationists to monitor the threatened species’ population from a safe distance, particularly in remote and aquatic areas.