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Aerial Robotics

Aerial robotics is a rapidly evolving field that focuses on the design, development, and deployment of autonomous or semi-autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for a wide range of applications. These robotic systems, also known as drones, are equipped with advanced sensors, control systems, and artificial intelligence algorithms that enable them to navigate, collect data, and perform tasks in complex and dynamic environments. Aerial robotics encompasses various disciplines, including aeronautical engineering, computer science, robotics, and control theory, to create innovative solutions for challenges in areas such as surveillance, mapping, inspection, delivery, and search and rescue. The field has seen significant advancements in recent years, with the development of more sophisticated and miniaturized platforms, improved battery technology, and enhanced autonomy capabilities. Researchers and engineers are continuously pushing the boundaries of aerial robotics, exploring new designs, materials, and control strategies to improve the efficiency, reliability, and versatility of these systems. The applications of aerial robotics are vast and diverse, ranging from precision agriculture and environmental monitoring to infrastructure inspection and humanitarian aid. As the technology continues to mature, it is expected to revolutionize various industries and transform the way we gather information, deliver goods, and respond to emergencies.

UAVs, drones, autonomous navigation, sensor fusion, computer vision, control systems, path planning, swarm robotics, unmanned systems

Robert Anderson

CITATION : "Robert Anderson. 'Aerial Robotics.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on April 19, 2024)"

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