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DXC Labs Drone is Voice and Cloud Controlled #drone #droneday

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From DXC.Technology via DIY Drones:

DXC Labs has created an experimental voice-activated (Amazon Alexa) and cloud-controlled (AWS IoT) drone that uses three-word identifiers from what3words to provide precise location directions to within three square meters, anywhere in the world. This means the drone operator (such as a first responder or maintenance worker) can easily give a voice command such as “go to location: public warns artist” that will send the drone to a specific place on earth — in this case the historic shipwreck of the HMVS Cerberus, south of Melbourne, Australia. Watch the video below.

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