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Author Topic: Anyone Studying Robotic Drone Flocking Behavior for Wide Geographic Area Target  (Read 1203 times)

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Anyone Studying Robotic Drone Flocking Behavior for Wide Geographic Area Target Identification?

Seems to me that extremely large expanses of area could be covered with "flocking" drones to identify targets or accident locations.

Not only could drones cover large expanses of land, flocking drones could act as "repeaters" sending navigational commands from one another such that a control signal could be passed along over a greater distance than one drone could fly away from "central command."

Not only that, but with the appropriate flocking behavior, damaged or malfunctioning drones could be accommodated with a self-healing network/flocking algorithm.

 


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