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Monday, August 2, 2021

Researchers create drone swarms that can detect gas leaks, other threats | Defense One

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A recent study paper details the development of the world’s first autonomous tiny drone swarm, which can sense gas leaks and other chemical dangers as well as sketch areas without the use of GPS. The research could be especially useful to the military, which is progressively interested in small drones that can work together with little human control and in confined quarters where GPS can’t reach—such as underground—as well as drones that can be used in circumstances where chemical attacks or other dangers present a threat to individuals. Nano quadcopters, or very small four-propeller drones, are easy to transport and launch for troops, and their tiny size makes them hard to shoot.

https://www.defenseone.com/technology/2021/07/researchers-create-drone-swarms-can-detect-gas-leaks-other-threats/183811/

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