Acacia has announced it is set to launch a 3-D sensor that will allow its drones to operate more like aircraft than the current generation of 3D cameras.

The company said that the 3D technology will allow it to deliver new services that would not have been possible to do before with the current technology.

The new sensor is based on an optical sensor and a laser scanning device, with an image to measure the distance to the object.

Acacia said it would also enable drone operators to work with their drones without having to worry about their safety.

It will provide a new way to capture, control and share aerial footage of objects and people, with the ability to record up to three images per second.

This will allow Acacia to provide a better, more immersive experience than currently possible.

Acadia’s 3D drones will have a range of sizes from the smallest to the largest, and will be able to autonomously navigate around obstacles.

Acopia said it will offer a wide range of 3-d models including 360 degree panoramas, high definition video and 3D depth sensing for the pilot, and a 3d model of a vehicle, to enable the drone to provide more immersive content.

Acia will also provide a 3DS view of a scene from above, allowing for 360 degree footage to be captured.

Acustic will be launching a new version of the sensor that it hopes will enable Acacia’s drones to provide new types of drone-to-drone communication.

It said the new 3D camera will provide 3D imagery that can be shared with the public, allowing Acacia users to share and analyze their aerial footage and photos, and help people in need of aerial assistance.

Acaustic is also offering a new camera that will be compatible with the company’s upcoming XC100 drone, the Acacia XC 100.

The XC Series will have both a quadcopter and a drone that can fly autonomously.

It also said it was partnering with the US Department of Defense to provide support for Acacia drones in the future.

Acorn Communications will also be launching the Acorn XC80, which it said would be the world’s first 3D drone that has been designed specifically for the military.

It has been developing its drones for military use for a number of years.

The Acorn, a 3G-capable drone, will be available in three versions, a single quadcopters with an onboard camera, a quad with a larger camera and a mini drone.

The drone can be used in remote areas, and can operate up to 30km away from a base.

Acorns chief executive officer, Michael Crouch, said the company was proud of its partnership with the Department of Defence.

“Acacia is committed to providing the highest level of safety, security and quality in the marketplace, and we’re excited to help make that happen with this 3D product,” he said.

“It is also a great example of how Acacia can continue to innovate to meet the changing needs of the consumer drone market.”