Insect eyes a key to safer UAVs

10/22/2013 | FlightGlobal.com (U.K.)

The primitive eyes of insects point to a solution for safe collision-avoiding flight of unmanned aerial vehicles, according to this article. European researchers are working on such a device, which they hope to test soon with a quadrotor, taking advantage of the quick data-processing potential of compound eyes.

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