Optic Flow Regulation in Unsteady Environments: A Tethered MAV Achieves Terrain Following and Targeted Landing Over a Moving Platform


Insects navigate swiftly through the most complex environments, often attaining a level of agility that greatly outperforms that of present-day aerial robots. Insects use optic flow (the retinal sleep on an agent retina of the contrasted objects in his environment) they perceive thanks to their compound eye to navigate autonomously in unknown environments… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10846-014-0062-5


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