Brain-controlled Drones to be Commercialized in Following Three Years
Single unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) drones have been known to perform tasks reliably, however, multiple drones, which usually require multiple human operators are now developed to require a sole operator.
Drones have provided immense potential for large scale application in the military for security purposes. A new concept of drone phones, enabling easy functioning of additional features such as camera, gyroscope, and GPS for its functioning, which was introduced in the market, gained rapid traction, according to drone phones market report published by Coherent Market Insights.
Further advancement in technology is expected to emerge in the development of a swarm of drones being operated by a single operator, with the help of human-brain interface mechanism, according to Panos Artemiadis, director of the Human-oriented Robotics and Control (HORC) Lab at Arizona State University.
Individually controlled UAVs are unable to perform tasks that a swarm of drones could possibly accomplish such as fire-fighting, agriculture analysis, search and rescue missions as well as entertainment. The brain-robot interface allows for control of multiple robots at the same time as well as enables covering larger areas within a short period of time. A swarm of drones can be equipped with infrared imaging equipment, to track forest fires in real-time. It can also report a change in weather conditions such as change in wind direction. The future is expected to see mind-controlled drone swarms for events. A single person will be able to shoot photographs and videos by operating a fleet of drones an outdoor concert or sports venue.
These brain-controlled drones are expected to be commercialized in three to five years, according to Artemiadis, who believes that it has the potential of being used in several applications.
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