The FStar could be put to use in a variety of scenarios

We've seen a few versatile drones now that can adapt themselves to different modes of transport, with the AquaMav that dives in and out of the water like a seabird turned flying fish one particularly impressive example. Equally so is a new quadcopter developed at Israel's Ben-Gurion University, which flies like a regular quadcopter but turns its propellor arms into wheels to keep moving once it hits the ground.

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Category: Drones