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Issue 6.2

Skydio 2+ Enterprise Kit with 3D Scan

Sci-fi writers of the last century have foretold and built anticipation for robots that will perform tasks for humankind autonomously. While many of their ideas remain a fantasy, autonomous flying drones have become a reality. The Skydio 2+, a small unmanned aerial system (sUAS)—more commonly known as a drone—is one of today’s most impressive robotic devices. The drone itself is unassuming, with a small, nonfolding blue and black body, four rotors, and a gimbal-mounted camera on the front.

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