Swarms of robots and drones will assist farmers and rescue workers
A group of researchers led by an SDU Professor and two private robot companies are behind the HERD project, enabling rescue workers to deploy multiple drones on a mission or farmers to have groups of robots working in the field simultaneously.
The project aims to develop technology that enables a group of robots to solve a task together. The partners will also design user interfaces that allow a rescue worker to control an entire swarm of drones during a rescue operation or put a farmer in control of multiple robots working on his field.
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