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The Flight of the RoboBee

News   Jun 27, 2019 | Original story from the Wyss Institute

 
The Flight of the RoboBee

Changes to the Robobee -- including an additional pair of wings and improvements to the actuators and transmission ratio -- made the vehicle more efficient and allowed the addition of solar cells and an electronics panel. This Robobee is the first to fly without a power cord and is the lightest, untethered vehicle to achieve sustained flight. Credit: Harvard Microrobotics Lab/Harvard SEAS

 
 
 

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