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Autonomous quadrotors docking on each other!
posted September 19 2011 19:19.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I have feature in the past videos with quadrotors doing ball juggling and balancing an inverted pendulum, demonstrating what these autonomous machines can do. Daniel Mellinger from the University of Pennsylvania had uploaded a video with quadrotors doing aggressive maneuvers some time ago. This time, the same person has gone many steps further. Watch the following video with multiple quadrotors doing synchronized aggressive maneuvers, and docking one on the other! Amazing work!

[Link: TheDmel]
Tags: autonomous   quadrotor   flying machines   research   science   inventions   

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