The Best Drones of CES 2015


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senseFly eXom Quadcopter

There's something for everyone at CES 2015, including professionals who need drones. Swiss-based senseFly, a Parrot company, has launched its eXom quadcopter that features five vision sensors that allow you to see in the direction the drone is moving without needing to turn the system’s main camera head. There are also five ultrasonic proximity sensors to ensure the operator always knows the drone’s distance from nearby objects. In the event of an accidental bump, the drone’s shock-absorbent carbon fiber shrouding is on hand to protect eXom’s rotors.

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