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Thursday, 26 February 2015 06:00

Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), operated by the power of thought, demonstrated Portuguese company from Lisbon. This was reported by Broadcasting Corporation BBC.

UAV acquired recently extraordinary popularity. Being initially available only power structures, they quickly moved to the "arms" of utilities and rescue services, construction companies, film and television media. Quite quickly absorbed fascination drones and ordinary people, with the result that began to emerge cost versions of such aircraft, and management has become possible, for example, using a smartphone or tablet.

However, the Portuguese company-developer "Tekever" decided to go ahead and create "Breynflayt" (Brainflight - Flight of the brain) - UAVs controlled by thought. And to be precise, by using the principle of electroencephalography. It consists in the fact that at the head of a man wear a helmet, which carries dozens of sensors that read electronic signals from the cerebral cortex. The obtained data is converted into a radio signal which arrives at the receiver located on the aircraft itself.

The creators of innovative UAV hope that their development will help in the future to realize the idea of ​​a full unmanned aircraft. "Technologies are evolving, and the creation of unmanned jet aircraft - it is only a matter of time", - says the head of "Tekever" Ricardo Mendes.

But skeptics, in turn, pointed out that this is still too far away. According to an independent British aviakonsultanta John Strickland, "there is hardly someone who seriously take care of it." He added that the aircraft is now moving towards increased security, improved materials and the creation of more efficient engines.


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