Brian Krzanich, Intel’s Chief Executive Officer demonstrated the broad capabilities of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology to help deliver new experiences at CES 2016 in Las Vegas.
The demonstration happened during Intel’s keynote presentation at 2016 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 in Las Vegas. Krzanich showcased the Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ Technology using Intel RealSense Technology and an Intel® Atom™ processor for collision-avoidance* technology Intel developed with Ascending Technologies. CES is one of the world’s largest gathering places for all who thrive on consumer technologies and will run January 5-9, 2016 in Las Vegas.
CES: Intel – Keynote 2016 by Brian M. Krzanich (January 5th @ 6:30PM PT)
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Collision-avoidance with Yuneec Typhoon H
Intel’s leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology continues to gain momentum: In unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Krzanich demonstrated the Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel RealSense technology, which enables collision-avoidance capabilities and will be available 1H 2016. The collision avoidance technology was developed in collaboration with Intel and Ascending Technologies
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