They intend to end hunger in the world based on edible drones

edible drones

Personally, I have to confess that lately I am reading news about drones, ideas, projects ... that are literally leaving me speechless. This time I want to talk to you about an idea that has caught my attention quite a bit, such as the possible creation of edible drones with which to end hunger in the world.

This idea has been raised by the British company Windhorse Aerospace, which has not only raised this possibility, but has started to work on it, even preparing a prototype baptized with the name of 'Pouncer'. According to this company, the plane could be built based on vegetables, meat, fish ... without a doubt an idea, at least, a curious one that leaves us wanting to see the prototype in operation.

Impressive is little to define the idea of ​​creating edible drones from Windhorse Aerospace.

At this point, although the idea may seem more or less crazy, the truth is that we need many more ideas like this, not in vain we have to take into account that today precisely the issue of hunger in the world is one of the most important and serious problems that affects the citizens of, unfortunately, many more countries than we can imagine.

At the moment the truth is that it is an idea that we could classify as quite advanced since, at least until it is seen in motion, it can be difficult to create that, with a lettuce, for example, a complete drone can be built with enough resistance to fly for tens of kilometers until reaching a previously established point.


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