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Walther PPD Drone / Drone Concept

Walther PPD Drone

Miniature drone concept used for surveillance of a large area. A "gun" is used to launch up to six PPD drones that each relay information to one another and scatter out to cover pre-programmed areas. Each drone is equipped with a 360 degree live streaming camera that can be monitored and controlled by James Bond. The drones relay information back to James such as facial recognition, license plates recording activity in specific areas or buildings and covering James' blindspots. This information shows up and sends alerts in real time on Bonds smartphone.

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The Royal College of Art

The Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

Blake C. Joshua,
The Royal College of Art