Health care is one of the biggest social and economic issues of our time. The need to assist an aging population has increased pressure on our limited resources for around-the-clock monitoring of health activity. Researchers at Coventry University and University College London used NI radio products to develop a truly innovative solution.
Global interest in small, multirotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is rising rapidly. However, the limited understanding of rotor-to-rotor interference effects is slowing down the development of UAVs with overlapping rotors. Fortunately, leading researchers at the University of Southampton are building a library of empirical data to drive future innovation.