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Hidden places to be explored by minimal impact blimp

Render of the sensor-backed blimp being deployed to explore inaccessible areas of an ancient building or ...

French researchers and the scanning project responsible for the recent discovery of a large void in the Great Pyramid of Giza have joined forces to develop a new robot exploration platform. The current focus is on developing a two robot platform capable of accessing and mapping inaccessible areas of ancient buildings without blowing through doors and walls to do so.

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Category: Robotics

Tags:
  • Archeology
  • Blimp
  • Mapping
  • Robotics
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