Drones inspired by insects could keep flying even when damaged
This is how you do itStacey CombesBy Nicole KobieDRONES could learn a thing or two from the birds and the bees. If an aerial robot loses a part mid-flight, you would expect it to crash. But it could stay airborne by mimicking fruit flies, which can keep flying even after a catastrophic loss of limb. To uncover the insects’ secret, biologists placed...
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