3 Cool New Bionic Robots With AI Technology From FESTO You Didn't Know

| December 10, 2018

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For the BionicFlyingFox, developers from the Bionic Learning Network took a close look at the flying fox and technically implemented its special flying characteristics. Due to the combination of the integrated onboard electronics with an external motion-tracking system, the ultra-lightweight flying object is able to move semi-autonomously in defined airspace.

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