World's First PigeonBot Drone is Ready to Fly Like a Bird

World's First PigeonBot Drone is Ready to Fly Like a Bird
The world's first flying robot that can fold its wings has been developed by experts at Stanford University and they named it as Pigeon Bot.

By doing research on pigeons we can create better drones and flying robots. Because, pigeons and other birds specialize in bending, shrinking, and stretching their arms/wings.

That way they can fly better in any kind of wind and pressure. Watching them, we can create similar drones that can withstand any kind of air condition/pressure and can turn in the right direction easily.

This robot opens, closes, and twists its arms like a bird, depending on the air pressure and this will help a lot of flying devices and drones to further enhance flying features in them.

Due to this feature, the drone can easily bend through tight spaces and zigzag directions.

Even if it is flown into buildings or dense forests, it still keeps moving without hitting anyone. Even if the wind is incomplete (not smooth), it keeps moving along it.

It was not easy to make it like a pigeon. But, after seeing and studying how the pigeons fly and use their wings during the flight, the robot pigeon was created and follows them accurately with the one-wing feature of pigeons as these birds can fly with just one arm.
'PigeonBot' uses Real Feathers to fly and it is a wonderful gadget of 2020.
Making a fly bot like a bird was a challenge and the great challenge was creating wings with low weight material and easily bendable design. Experts also solved this problem after several trial stages. For this, the robot arm is designed to resemble a pigeon's arm.

So, the pigeon bot is now ready to fly.

Watch the Video Demo of PigeonBot