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Drones incorporating more safety features

If redundant stabilization systems don't grab you maybe parachutes will

The ACSL-PF1 from the Autonomous Control Systems Laboratory, is equipped with a parachute.

TOKYO -- Drones are adopting redundant stabilization systems so they can continue on their missions even if some parts fail.

One piece of new technology allows drones to keep flying safely even when sensors -- themselves meant to monitor if a propeller (or propellers) fails -- malfunction.

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