Biomimicry of Bats to Help Drones Navigate in Dark, Dust or Smoke


To get drones to fly around complicated obstacles in the dark by themselves, University of Cincinnati researchers are turning to the pros. Bats have evolved to use sound and echolocation to navigate and find food. Their sonar is so keen, in fact, that nectar-loving bats can “spot” their favourite flowers in pitch darkness using only […]

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