Australian professor designs single-use UAVs

07/17/2013 | Engineering.com

Two unmanned aerial vehicles designed by Dr. Paul Pounds of the University of Queensland in Australia look more like paper airplanes. The single-use UAVs are designed to be so inexpensive to manufacture that they can be thrown away after use. The first is built from a cellulose sheet with electronic circuits ink-jet printed directly onto it, and the second, which looks like a maple seed, has a rigid circuit board.

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