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This is a multicopter that can fly close to bridges, overpasses, and other pieces of large infrastructure to perform high-pressure washing. Water is pumped to high pressure on the ground, then sent to the drone via a hose.

Modeling, Design, and Control of a Hosing-Drone Unmanned Aerial System

Research grant supports study of air flow with complex geometry planes

Greater Aircraft Efficiency Sought Through Improved Air Flow Control Techniques

The Chair for Aerospace Systems is an integrating chair dealing with the aircraft in its entirety and the integration within civil and/or military aviation.

Flexible 3D Scanning In Research

In the event of a disaster, humanitarian aid organisations need to determine the extent of damage to buildings in the affected location and work out which transport routes are safe to use as quickly as possible – ideally in real time.

Humanitarian aid with uncrewed aircraft and artificial intelligence

Oblique aerial camera systems—which record high-resolution three-dimensional images—are often used to map urban areas and obtain geographic data from the air.

Development of a 3D thermal imaging camera system to perform analyses from the air

Engineers have developed robots capable of self-propulsion without using any motors, servos, or power supply. Instead, these first-of-their-kind devices paddle through water as the material they are constructed from deforms with temperature changes.

Self propelling robots

Researchers have developed small drones that can land and then move objects that are 40 times their weight, with the help of powerful winches, gecko adhesives and microspines.

Small flying robots able to pull objects up to 40 times their weight

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