Robots take inspiration from insects to track targets

Researchers from Australia and Sweden have used a recording of a dragonfly’s brain activity to develop an autonomous robot able to track targets in real time. The group, which includes engineers and neuroscientists from the University of Adelaide and Lund University, used recordings from the small target motion detector neurons in the brain of a […]

Robots take inspiration from insects to track targets

The way insects visualise and hunt their prey could help improve autonomous robotic technology, according to a pioneering new study conducted by a team of engineers and neuroscientists from ...

Mon 17 Jul 17 from TechXplore

Target tracking robot takes inspiration from insect world

Researchers from Australia and Sweden have used a recording of a dragonfly’s brain activity to develop an autonomous robot able to track targets in real time. The group, which includes ...

Fri 14 Jul 17 from The Engineer

Insects are teaching robots to track prey

A team of engineers and neuroscientists are using the way insects visualise and hunt prey to improve autonomous robotic technology.

Fri 14 Jul 17 from Techradar

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