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Smart Swarms Seek New Ways to Cooperate

The Complex Rheology And Biomechanics Lab (CRAB Lab) in the School of Physics at The Georgia Institute of Technology is developing new algorithms to show how swarms of very simple robots can be made to work together as a group. “Our whole perspective is: What’s the simplest computational model that will achieve these complicated tasks?”

UAV Swarm Behavior Modeling for Early Exposure of Failure Modes

Abstract – Over the past decade, the Department of Defense has placed a great amount of attention on the advancements of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and more specifically on employing a large number of autonomous UAVs into “swarms.” These swarms form an organized cluster of vehicles to act out multifaceted operations as a group. Despite

On Their Own

As a team of unmanned quadrotor aircraft hovers above, six small ground robots roll into an unfamiliar two-story structure. Soon, the rotorcraft are darting about mapping the upper floor, while the ground vehicles chart the lower floor, process both teams’ data, and produce a full building plan for computers outside. Notably absent are human beings