Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands has recently invented a DelFly robot that is known as the Nimble. The robotic device is so technologically advanced that it even comes equipped with quad-wing flapping technology. The insect-like bot can perform three different axes of flight, and it is able to change its direction by flapping its wings in different directions. All these features allow it to fly almost as real insects do.

Key Takeaways:

  • Unmatched combination of performances makes the lightweight, natural-looking robot ready for many real-world tasks.
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“A research project from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands created the latest iteration of the DelFly robot called the Nimble. It’s a super agile robot with a quad-wing flapping system, and it’s capable of flying just as nimbly as a real winged insect.”

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