Drone Research Project
Universal System of Collaborative Drones
About This Project
KOLDRO – Universal System of Collaborative Drones
The goal of this project is to develop a drone platform capable of providing various complex tasks with its accessories. The project will prepare a set of drones with 3 collaborating devices (another drone, ground robot, water device) for practice, depending on the type and capabilities of the drone or accessory payload used. It is primarily the use of technology in dangerous or inaccessible places, or where the deployment of existing means is expensive, inefficient, non-ecological, or slow.
The project is solved in two-phases. The expected result of the first phase will be functional samples of the future prototype, and the result of the second phase will be a functional demonstrative prototype of the DIT II drone with three aircraft parts (collaborative applications) – another drone, ground robot, and water equipment, which are taken as integral parts.
This project received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101071270.
Project No: CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/20_321/0024436
Solution period: 1/2021 – 5/2023
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