UK Daily Mail
March 3, 2014
Flying robots that can ‘think’ for themselves are already being developed, which some people fear will be able to snoop on and attack people living below.
And now a team of Hungarian scientists have managed to engineer the first ‘flock’ of drones that can fly as a coordinated group.
The collection of 10 copters can fly in formation, follow a leader and change flight patterns without human input, to act a little like migratory birds.
The drones are commercially available quadcopters – with four rotor blades – but have specially designed hardware on board that allow them to act as a swarm.
This article was posted: Monday, March 3, 2014 at 12:57 pm