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Vijay et al: The Rise of Aerial Robots
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Studying the biology of flying creatures to drive innovation
By Linda Rosencrance


Think about the possibilities: really small, totally autonomous flying robots or flying quadrotors that swarm, sense each other and form impromptu teams.

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