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000175470 245__ $$aThe AirBurr: A Flying Robot That Can Exploit Collisions
000175470 269__ $$a2012
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000175470 336__ $$aConference Papers
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000175470 520__ $$aResearch made over the past decade shows the use of increasingly complex methods and heavy platforms to achieve autonomous flight in cluttered environments. However, efficient behaviors can be found in nature where limited sensing is used, such as in insects progressing toward a light at night. Interestingly, their success is based on their ability to recover from the numerous collisions happening along their imperfect flight path. The goal of the AirBurr project is to take inspiration from these insects and develop a new class of flying robots that can recover from collisions and even exploit them. Such robots are designed to be robust to crashes and can take-off again without human intervention. They navigate in a reactive way and, unlike conventional approaches, they don't need heavy modelling in order to fly autonomously. We believe that this new paradigm will bring flying robots out of the laboratory environment and allow them to tackle unstructured, cluttered environments. This paper aims at presenting the vision of the AirBurr project, as well as the latest results in the design of a platform capable of sustaining collisions and self-recovering after crashes.
000175470 6531_ $$aFlying Robots
000175470 6531_ $$aIndoor Navigation
000175470 6531_ $$aCrash Robustness
000175470 6531_ $$aAerial Robotics
000175470 700__ $$0243231$$g166588$$aBriod, Adrien
000175470 700__ $$0243226$$g167695$$aKlaptocz, Adam
000175470 700__ $$g104340$$aZufferey, Jean-Christophe$$0240674
000175470 700__ $$aFloreano, Dario$$g111729$$0240742
000175470 7112_ $$dJuly 1-4, 2012$$cKobe, Japan$$aInternational Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME), 2012 ICME
000175470 773__ $$tProceedings of the International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME), 2012 ICME$$q569-574
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