3D Robotics has unveiled the Iris, a new drone that's fully assembled straight out of the box and supports simple GPS controls through any computer or smart device
The drone itself is fairly average in size, with a length of 55 cm (21.7 in) diagonally and a height of 10 cm (3.9 in)
The main body is designed to be aerodynamic, durable, and lightweight, while still providing enough lift to carry a payload
Autonomous UAVs may be all the rage these days among professionals, but unfortunately a lot of the GPS-guided quadrotors on the market are a bit too complicated for the average consumer to control. 3D Robotics is aiming to inject a little more simplicity into the equation with its recently unveiled Iris. Billed as a ready-to-fly, fully-autonomous, user-friendly UAV, the Iris supports simple GPS controls through any computer, tablet, or smartphone.
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