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Drones in swarms (especially large swarms) generally rely on a centralized controller to keep them organized and from crashing into each other. But as swarms get larger and do more stuff, that’s something that you can’t always rely on, so folks at EPFL are working on a localized inter-drone communication system that can accomplish the same thing.

Predictive control of aerial swarms in cluttered environments, by Enrica Soria, Fabrizio Schiano and Dario Floreano from EPFL, is published this week in Nature.


Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering