swarm robotics

Vibrating tiny robots could revolutionize research
How microbots swarm Vibrating tiny robots could revolutionize research Individual robots can work collectively as
Using autonomous robot swarms and new excavation techniques to harvest resources on the Moon
University of Arizona engineering faculty members Jekan Thanga (right) and Moe Momayez have received $500,000
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Robots built entirely from smaller robots known as smarticles

A U.S. Army project took a new approach to developing robots — researchers built robots

Robotic manufacturing with a fiber composite digital fabrication system

FIBERBOTS is a digital fabrication platform fusing cooperative robotic manufacturing with abilities to generate highly

Could robots soon help rescue crews save the survivors of a natural disaster?

The ability to correctly order tasks is a skill that robots must possess in order

Swarm sensing robots for ocean exploration and protection

Scripps researchers collaborate on new technology study using “robotic plankton” Underwater robots developed by researchers

Swarm robotics algorithms coordinate scores of sensor-laden balloons within hurricanes for up to a week

Controls engineers at UC San Diego have developed practical strategies for building and coordinating scores

Computer scientists achieve breakthrough in pheromone-based swarm communications in robots

An innovative, effective and low-cost system which replicates in robots the pheromone-based communication of insect

Army ants’ living bridges span collective intelligence, swarm robotics

Columns of workers penetrate the forest, furiously gathering as much food and supplies as they

Artificially evolved robots that efficiently self-organize tasks

Eliseo Ferrante and colleagues evolved complex robot behaviors using artificial evolution and detailed robotics simulations.

COCORO: robot swarms use collective cognition to perform tasks

Scientists have created underwater robot swarms that function like schools of fish, exchanging information to

Controlling swarms of robots with a finger

Using a smart tablet and a red beam of light, Georgia Institute of Technology researchers

Swarming Robots Shuffle Through Field Tests

The approach could be put to use in the future in service of astronauts making

Where humans, animals and robots meet

To meet our everyday needs in an increasingly multifaceted technological world is a challenge that