Flying Robots That Adapt During Flight

Scientists Develop Bird-like Robots That Can Morph in Flight
Recreating the technique that birds and insects use when flying has been key to many of the advancements in aerial robotics. Recently researchers from Étienne Jules Marey Institute of Movement Sciences have created a new flying robot that is able to morph it's physical shape to mimic different flying styles. This allows the robot to navigate through smaller spaces more efficiently and in less time.
See and read more here via Interesting Engineering.
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