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Drone Swarms: the Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful

Updated: Apr 27

The buzz around drone swarms, multiple unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) capable of coordinating their actions to accomplish shared objectives, has created a bad image in the minds of many. “Swarm” has a negative connotation, evoking images of killer bees, hornets and other things that sting, hurt and, in some cases, kill. However, swarm tech can bring a lot of goodness to bear across humanitarian efforts, search and rescue, disaster response and other positive use cases. It just makes sense: more drones equals more sensors equals more data to inform decision-making.

Topics: drones, drone swarms, Spectrabotics, data, analytics, sensor integration, multi-spectral imagery, cybersecurity, vulnerabilities, China

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