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Robotic dragonfly can fly in four directions

Robotic dragonfly can fly in four directions

German engineering company Festo has reached new heights with its robotic dragonfly that mimics real dragonflies' ability to fly in four different directions. The company is known for adapting animal mechanics to robotic systems.

http://archive.navytimes.com/VideoNetwork/2294282175001/Robotic-dragonfly-can-fly-in-four-directions http://archive.navytimes.com/VideoNetwork/2294282175001/Robotic-dragonfly-can-fly-in-four-directions http://bc_gvpc.edgesuite.net/img/963482463001/201304/1571/963482463001_2294187487001_thumbnail-for-video-2294222610001.jpg Robotic dragonfly can fly in four directions German engineering company Festo has reached new heights with its robotic dragonfly that mimics real dragonflies' ability to fly in four different directions. The company is known for adapting animal mechanics to robotic systems. 255 defense newsUAVFestoInternational newsReutersvpcanimal mechanicssensorair forcerobotic dragonflyairhanoverNational Newsc4isrGermanyGerman engineering 02:00
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