Landing short of expectations: Drones at CES fail to inspire

Last week we attended CES 2016 in Las Vegas to speak about consumer robotics and explore the CES Expo halls for the latest and greatest in robotic technology. One thing was immediately clear – drones have taken over CES. From the main showroom floors to the Eureka basement – where all the small s...

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