Robots: DelFly Micro and the Micro Air Vehicle Competition

Posted 20 Aug 2008 at 21:44 UTC (updated 20 Aug 2008 at 21:47 UTC) by mwaibel Share This

In the latest episode of the Robots podcast we talk about two major events in aerial robotics this summer. First, Christophe de Wagter, who is one of the main developers of the DelFly flapping wing robots, gives us an insight into the latest and smallest member of the DelFly family: The DelFly Micro, a 3-gram robotic dragonfly announced a couple of weeks ago. In a second interview Peter Vörsmann, the chair of this year's European Micro Air Vehicle Competition (EMAV'08), takes us through the latest advances in autonomous flying vehicles. More infos, including recent videos, on the Robots page.

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