Harvard's micro aerial vehicle could be used to artificially pollinate crops, assist search and rescue operations, and perform clandestine military surveillance
Harvard researchers are developing a feedback controller that should allow the Robobee to hover and perform controlled flight
Harvard researchers are getting closer to their goal of developing a controllable micro air vehicle called the Robobee. The tiny robot was already capable of taking off under its own power, but until now it was completely out of control. By adding two control actuators beneath its wings, the robot can be programmed to pitch and roll.
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