The final review, which will take place at the ATLAS centre in Villacarrillo (Jaen), will present the data from a four-year research project involving 15 centres around the world. This project has made a breakthrough by creating devices capable of manipulating objects, performing inspection and maintenance tasks, and transforming during flight to travel greater distances, […]
The paper ‘Design, development and testing of a Hybrid Fixed-Flapping wing UAV’, with authors J. A. Moreno, C. Ruiz, A. Satué, J. A . Acosta and A. Ollero, has obtained the ‘Best paper award’ of the ICUAS 2022 Conference ‘Design, Development and Testing of a Hybrid Fixed Wing UAV’ by authors J.A. Moreno, C. Ruiz, […]
How long it is needed to find the origin of a power outage in a hard-to-reach power line after a strong storm? This week, the GRVC team has demonstrated that this is possible in less than 15 minutes. More in detail, a fleet of UAVs (two multi-rotors and one fixed-wing aircraft with VTOL capabilities) carried […]
The Aerial-Core project is delighted to announce that two scientific papers carried out under this initiative and by researchers of the GRVC have been accepted in the ICUAS 2023. To appear in the Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS) 2023 is a great honour and an opportunity to disseminate our scientific advances and […]
The European Commission selected the AERIAL-CORE project to be presented in the session ‘Success Histories from EU funded projects’ at the European Robotics Forum (EFR) 2023 held in Odense, Denmark. The AERIAL-CORE initiative has achieved great results with 172 publications, 83 of which in journals, and has had a great impact on social and scientific terms […]
Last May, collaboration tests of multiple heterogeneous UAVs were carried out in the inspection of electrical lines demonstrated in ATLAS Flight Center. You can see the video of the tests with a detailed description of them by clicking on this link.