R&D Tunes Perching Capabilities Of MAVs

Credit: U.S. Defense Department
Roboticist Bhargav Gajjar sounds excited when he picks up his laboratory phone at Vishwa Robotics and Automation—and a little concerned. “I’m worried about predatory birds,” he says. Gajjar is referring to his current micro-aerial vehicle (MAV) project, which will “perch” on walls and ledges...

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