Alibaba quadcopter drones

There’s a Drone in Your Soup It is the year 2020, and drones are everywhere. Alibaba quadcopters have been delivering special ginger tea to customers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou for years; Amazon’s octocopters finally deliver packages in most major cities within 30 minutes without knocking down pedestrians; and college students everywhere welcome late-night nachos from Taco Bell Tacocopters. Indoor drones are still in the pioneering phase—backyard enthusiasts are building tiny versions, but no large-scale commercial efforts have been put toward indoor utility drones. That’s all about to change. You work for a multinational technology corporation on a sprawling, 25-acre headquarters campus, with offices in 2 million square feet of interior space in one large build- ing and four additional smaller (but still large) buildings. The official Head of Interior Spaces is your boss; you’re the leader of the Consideration of New Things team. In a meeting with your team, your boss says, “I’ve just heard from my friend at Right To Drones Too (R2D2) that his group has perfected their inside drone. It’s small and light but can carry up to 10 pounds. It includes a camera, a speaker, and a recorder.” KOHAT UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, KOHAT Institute of Business Studies INSTRUCTIONS: 1) The Answer sheets must be handwri(en. Your Name, Registra9on number, Program and Semester MUST be clearly wriBen on your handwriBen answer sheet. 2) ADer solving the paper, student is required to follow three steps, (1): Clearly scan it, (2): then convert it into PDF, (3): upload on KCMS. In case of any technical issue with KCMS account, submit your answer sheet through registered email to umerkhaBak@gmail.com not later than 24 hours. 3) Important Note: Solved hand wri(en answer sheet must be submiBed within 24 hours aDer which it will not be accepted. 4) Keep your handwri(en answer sheet with yourself as you will also be required to submit it to your teacher. Your team expresses surprise; no one even knew an inside utility drone was under development, and governments worldwide are still haggling over regulations for drones. Your boss goes on enthusiastically, “I’ve seen the little drones, and I think you’ll be impressed—not only can they scoot across the quad, but they can fetch things off tables, grab me a latté, attend meetings for me, check over your shoulders to see what you’re working on … anything! They’re really accurate, agile, and super quiet, so you’ll barely even know they’re around. My friend wants us to have the first 100 drones here for free, and he’s willing to send them over tomorrow! I figure we can hand them out randomly, although of course we’ll each have one.” Your boss sits back, smiling and expecting applause. You glance at your team members and are relieved to see doubt and hesitation on their faces. “Sounds, uh, great,” you reply. “But how about the team takes the afternoon to set the ground rules?”

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