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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10051 Flying saucer 1 23/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: Martin Rico / Imaginactive Devastating wild fires could be put out before they get started ??" using a flying saucer-inspired drone.The Feuxzy is an autonomous drone that???s designed to patrol and inspect national parks.It would be able to detect signs of fires, pollution and find missing persons. The Feuxzy is equipped with an electronic nose, thermal cameras, and other sensors that would enable it to locate fires initiated by lightning strikes or campers before they spread out of control.It would be able to douse out small flames with low-frequency sound waves using its built-in acoustic extinguisher.The extinguisher technology has already been developed by the US military ???s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA.The acoustic waves increase the velocity of the air, thinning it around the flames.The waves also disrupt the width of any flames, disrupting combustion as the same amount of heat is spread over a wider area.Canadian mechanical engineer Charles Bombardier worked with Argentine designer Martin Rico on the design. Bombardier???s Canada-based company Imaginactive initiates and develops ideas for future living,The Feuxzy measures 50 cms / 20 inches in diameter and 30 cms / 12 inches thick.Its shell is made out of composites and its energy source comes from ion lithium batteries, or a fuel cell, that power an electric turbofan located at its center. Bombardier said:??? Feuxzy would record any incidents with its cameras, electronic nose and other sensors and report them to park personnel.??sIt could also be deployed to find missing persons, monitor national parks day or night and even keep track of smells and sounds to learn about the flora and fauna of each region.??? OPS: Renderings by Martin Rico of the Feuxzy concept on patyrol finding a camper's fire Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10051 Flying saucer 1 23/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: Martin Rico / Imaginactive Devastating wild fires could be put out before they get started ??" using a flying saucer-inspired drone.The Feuxzy is an autonomous drone that???s designed to patrol and inspect national parks.It would be able to detect signs of fires, pollution and find missing persons. The Feuxzy is equipped with an electronic nose, thermal cameras, and other sensors that would enable it to locate fires initiated by lightning strikes or campers before they spread out of control.It would be able to douse out small flames with low-frequency sound waves using its built-in acoustic extinguisher.The extinguisher technology has already been developed by the US military ???s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA.The acoustic waves increase the velocity of the air, thinning it around the flames.The waves also disrupt the width of any flames, disrupting combustion as the same amount of heat is spread over a wider area.Canadian mechanical engineer Charles Bombardier worked with Argentine designer Martin Rico on the design. Bombardier???s Canada-based company Imaginactive initiates and develops ideas for future living,The Feuxzy measures 50 cms / 20 inches in diameter and 30 cms / 12 inches thick.Its shell is made out of composites and its energy source comes from ion lithium batteries, or a fuel cell, that power an electric turbofan located at its center. Bombardier said:??? Feuxzy would record any incidents with its cameras, electronic nose and other sensors and report them to park personnel.??sIt could also be deployed to find missing persons, monitor national parks day or night and even keep track of smells and sounds to learn about the flora and fauna of each region.??? OPS: Renderings by Martin Rico of the Feuxzy concept . Demonstration of using acoustic extinguisher to put out a wild fire before it takes hold. Picture supplied by Ferrar
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10051 Flying saucer 1 23/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: Martin Rico / Imaginactive Devastating wild fires could be put out before they get started ??" using a flying saucer-inspired drone.The Feuxzy is an autonomous drone that???s designed to patrol and inspect national parks.It would be able to detect signs of fires, pollution and find missing persons. The Feuxzy is equipped with an electronic nose, thermal cameras, and other sensors that would enable it to locate fires initiated by lightning strikes or campers before they spread out of control.It would be able to douse out small flames with low-frequency sound waves using its built-in acoustic extinguisher.The extinguisher technology has already been developed by the US military ???s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA.The acoustic waves increase the velocity of the air, thinning it around the flames.The waves also disrupt the width of any flames, disrupting combustion as the same amount of heat is spread over a wider area.Canadian mechanical engineer Charles Bombardier worked with Argentine designer Martin Rico on the design. Bombardier???s Canada-based company Imaginactive initiates and develops ideas for future living,The Feuxzy measures 50 cms / 20 inches in diameter and 30 cms / 12 inches thick.Its shell is made out of composites and its energy source comes from ion lithium batteries, or a fuel cell, that power an electric turbofan located at its center. Bombardier said:??? Feuxzy would record any incidents with its cameras, electronic nose and other sensors and report them to park personnel.??sIt could also be deployed to find missing persons, monitor national parks day or night and even keep track of smells and sounds to learn about the flora and fauna of each region.??? OPS: Renderings by Martin Rico of the Feuxzy concept Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10051 Flying saucer 1 23/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: Martin Rico / Imaginactive Devastating wild fires could be put out before they get started ??" using a flying saucer-inspired drone.The Feuxzy is an autonomous drone that???s designed to patrol and inspect national parks.It would be able to detect signs of fires, pollution and find missing persons. The Feuxzy is equipped with an electronic nose, thermal cameras, and other sensors that would enable it to locate fires initiated by lightning strikes or campers before they spread out of control.It would be able to douse out small flames with low-frequency sound waves using its built-in acoustic extinguisher.The extinguisher technology has already been developed by the US military ???s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA.The acoustic waves increase the velocity of the air, thinning it around the flames.The waves also disrupt the width of any flames, disrupting combustion as the same amount of heat is spread over a wider area.Canadian mechanical engineer Charles Bombardier worked with Argentine designer Martin Rico on the design. Bombardier???s Canada-based company Imaginactive initiates and develops ideas for future living,The Feuxzy measures 50 cms / 20 inches in diameter and 30 cms / 12 inches thick.Its shell is made out of composites and its energy source comes from ion lithium batteries, or a fuel cell, that power an electric turbofan located at its center. Bombardier said:??? Feuxzy would record any incidents with its cameras, electronic nose and other sensors and report them to park personnel.??sIt could also be deployed to find missing persons, monitor national parks day or night and even keep track of smells and sounds to learn about the flora and fauna of each region.??? OPS: Renderings by Martin Rico of the Feuxzy concept using acoutsic extingusher to put out a fire before it takes hold Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10051 Flying saucer 1 23/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture must credit: Martin Rico / Imaginactive Devastating wild fires could be put out before they get started ??" using a flying saucer-inspired drone.The Feuxzy is an autonomous drone that???s designed to patrol and inspect national parks.It would be able to detect signs of fires, pollution and find missing persons. The Feuxzy is equipped with an electronic nose, thermal cameras, and other sensors that would enable it to locate fires initiated by lightning strikes or campers before they spread out of control.It would be able to douse out small flames with low-frequency sound waves using its built-in acoustic extinguisher.The extinguisher technology has already been developed by the US military ???s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA.The acoustic waves increase the velocity of the air, thinning it around the flames.The waves also disrupt the width of any flames, disrupting combustion as the same amount of heat is spread over a wider area.Canadian mechanical engineer Charles Bombardier worked with Argentine designer Martin Rico on the design. Bombardier???s Canada-based company Imaginactive initiates and develops ideas for future living,The Feuxzy measures 50 cms / 20 inches in diameter and 30 cms / 12 inches thick.Its shell is made out of composites and its energy source comes from ion lithium batteries, or a fuel cell, that power an electric turbofan located at its center. Bombardier said:??? Feuxzy would record any incidents with its cameras, electronic nose and other sensors and report them to park personnel.??sIt could also be deployed to find missing persons, monitor national parks day or night and even keep track of smells and sounds to learn about the flora and fauna of each region.??? OPS: Renderings by Martin Rico of the Feuxzy concept Picture supplied by Ferrari
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