Tiny but brilliant! Harvard researchers develop a "mechanical bee drone" that can fly like an insect to save energy.

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Tiny but brilliant! Harvard researchers develop a "mechanical bee drone" that can fly like an insect to save energy.

Post by jiraporn66 » Thu Dec 10, 2020 5:46 am

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Mechanical bee drones (RoboBees) are the size of a ทางเข้า slotxoworker bee and weigh only 100 milligrams.A team of Harvard researchers has developed tiny drones called RoboBees, or "mechanical bee drones," which are about the size of a drone. With worker bees and weighs only 100 milligrams

The highlight of this tiny drone is Can stick on various surfaces Can be either on a flat sheet, grass tops or leaves by using static electricity This is to help save energy while not being used.This is the solution to a major problem of insufficient power supply for small drones.

Scientists say Such an approach will greatly increase the performance of this tiny drone. Especially for search and rescue operations in affected areas
Including for observation and surveillance !!