Observations of robotic swarm behavior can help workers safely navigate disaster sites

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Using biologically inspired robotic swarms consisting of large groups of robots that have been programmed to operate cooperatively, much like individuals in an ant or bee colony, scientists from the University of Colorado demonstrate that the locally observed distribution of robots can be correlated to the location of environmental features, such as exits in office-like environments. The study’s findings were published in IEEE/CAA Journal of Automatica Sinica.
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