A Wayward Word's Worth

August 27, 2010

Sky High Robotics

Filed under: Uncategorized — kylelawrence @ 6:18 am

ING Engineering opens in Fredericton with technology that wows audience. By Kyle Mullin for New Brunswick’s Daily Gleaner, Summer 2010

The propellers turn to a blur and then seem to disappear altogether as they climb higher and higher from the ground.

They only make a slight gust and sound no louder than a swarm of wasps as the pilot weaves a path that literally takes the vehicle over his head.

He can look straight up at it because there’s no cockpit for him to sit in, he’s controlling the tiny propellers with a joystick from below in an effort to showcase the stratospheric heights of unmanned flight.

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ING Engineering opens in Fredericton

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