The State of Robotics – November 2021

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Learning how to fly. Again. Because certain technologies and processes can always be optimized. Take laptops, for instance (I always wanted to become a laptop designer!). From foldable screens to computers that incorporate e-readers, we are always pushing for new designs that address ergonomic requirements but also improve the way we work. 

We are doing the same with drones. This month features innovations that dare to challenge the status quo of how we fly. 

The seat belt sign is on, and we’re cleared for takeoff. Let’s go! 

ROS CVE alert – ensuring security for robotics

We mentioned this in our previous newsletter, but to increase awareness, we’ll repeat it this month, too. Early in October 2021, Open Robotics registered a CVE security vulnerability that affects ROS Kinetic, Melodic, and Noetic. 

If you are working with any of these ROS distributions, act now. You can find information on what you should do here

Four wings are just overrated 

When we think of drones, we instantly picture four propellers in a square formation. But since humankind dared to fly, it has proposed visionary designs to leverage aerodynamics. It has been inspired by nature, from insects’ evolution to conquer the sky to trees in their never-ending quest for survival. Do you want to see how? This month brings 3 drones that will inspire you while teaching you how to fly. 

F-SAM – when all you need is one wing

Maple trees are the source of inspiration behind


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