It’s called Lisa/S. It weighs 1.9 grams, more than 30 grams less than its predecessor. The new autopilot measures 2 cm by 2 cm, the smallest autopilot in the world, developed by Micro Aerial Vehicle Laboratory at the TU Delft faculty of Aerospace Engineering in Netherlands.
"Our aim is to make MAVs as commonplace as smartphones and laptops. Farmers can use MAVs to inspect crops for example. Our
dream is that every fire fighter carries a MAV in his breast pocket to use for inspections of collapsed or burning buildings without having to go inside," so says Bart Remes from the Delft’s MAV
Laboratory in an interview published today in the press, worldwide. Interesting new for the i drone industry.