• Drones used for flock and awe – The Sydney Morning Herald

    “The strengths of having UAVs [unmanned aerial vehicle] rather than piloted vehicles for marine search and rescue is that they are not limited by human capability in terms of flying in dangerous or poor visibility conditions,” Ms Chi said. At present, search-and-rescue operations immediately establish search boundaries. Ms Chi has built simulations where the drones repel from, and propel to, each other to ensure they never collide. Read the full article.

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