Within the framework of the EU project sFly, researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a new type of flying robot that can be navigated using only on-board cameras and a miniature computer. The micro helicopters require neither GPS nor remote control, thus reaching a new level of autonomy.
Worldwide, research and work has been ongoing to further develop and improve micro helicopters, also called Micro Aerial Vehicles (MAV). However, the solutions up to now...
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