AirDog, an auto-follow quadcopter designed to track and record video of outdoor sports and activities, accommodates a GoPro camera and operates through a tracking device worn on the operator’s wrist.
The AirDog was named as the best robot or drone from the show. Along with coverage and exposure across Engadget’s networks, winners were awarded a custom-produced trophy on the Engadget stage during the final ceremonies, broadcast live on Engadget.com, HuffPost Live and AOL.com.
From best health and fitness devices to the best robot and drone, Engadget chose 16 winners based on level of innovation, quality of design, overall efficiency and market demand.
“Over the last five days we’ve looked at what feels like thousands of devices to find the technologies that will have a real impact on the industry and our lives,” comments Michael Gorman, editor-in-chief of Engadget.