Edible Drone Wings Rice Cakes
Using Gravity Industries’ jet suit in conjunction with this partially edible drone for remote rescues could be a life saver, as sometimes reaching the intended target could take longer than expected. Researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) came up with the idea of using a fixed-wing drone that could deliver life saving food or medication.


Edible Drone Wings Rice Cakes
This partially edible drone could transport a payload equal to 30% – 50% of its mass and several of these could be sent over the course of a day or even several days. What do the wings taste like? Well, the texture would be more like a crunchy rice crisp cookie, but with a little touch of raw gelatin to hold everything together in a flat plate shape.

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Other structural components such as wing control surfaces (such as an aileron or a rudder) will be made of edible material by 3D food printing or molding. Other things that will be considered are an edible/water-resistant coating on the surface of the edible wing, and degradation testing of the edible wing upon time (and water exposure),” said Bokeon Kwak, researcher from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL).

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