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Dragonflyer X6

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Dragonflyer X6

Postby Prasanth » Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:27 am

Dragonflyer X6

Draganflyer X6 is an advanced helicopter that can be operated remotely without any pilot.

It is designed mainly to carry wireless video cameras and still cameras.

The Draganflyer X6 helicopter is based on a unique 6-rotor design that has been under development since early 2006.


Industrial Use.

Government Applications.

Educational Applications.


1)Six Rotor Co-Axial Configuration

2)GPS Facility

3)Carbon Fiber Folding Frame

4)Advanced Power System

5)High Damage Tolerance

6)Engineered for Safety

7)Electronic Flight Stability

8)Wireless Video System

9)Anti-Vibration Camera Mount

10)HD Digital Video Camera

11)Low Light Camera

12)Thermal Infrared Camera



NEXI is a robot displays facial emotions developed by MIT (Massachusett Institute of Technology) Lab's Personal Robots Group in collaboration with Prof.

Rod Grupen at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and two MIT robotic spin-off companies. 

NEXI's face has been designed to use gaze, eyebrows, eyelids and an articulate mandible which helps in expressing a wide range of different emotions.

NEXI has a colour CCD in each eye as well as an indoor active 3-D infrared camera in its head and four microphones to support sound localization. It has laser rangefinder which supports real-time tracking of objects, people and voices as well as indoor navigation and has hands that can be used to manipulate objects.
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