A Robotic Bird That Actually Flies

A Robotic Bird That Actually Flies

This is a robotic bird that actually flies with foldable wings with flapping capabilities. GRIFFIN ERC Advanced Grant project. A robotic bird flying. Courtesy of the University of Seville. A team of researchers from the University of Seville in Spain created robotic birds that can perform a variety of tasks like typical drones and many more. A robotic bird's flying time is double that of a standard drone's, which is about 20-30 minutes, and its flapping wings assist in conserving battery life. On the other hand, they do not have rotors, which significantly reduce noise. These robots have onboard perception…
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