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I think this article really could use some editorial work. It reads itself more like a science research conclusion, than a introduction article. It could also be more neutral, but collecting information about this topic is maybe not bad at the current state. It did some work on the overall text quality and also will look for this in the future. EggshellRobotics (talk) 20:32, 10 March 2008 (UTC)
- References - article is completely unrefrenced
- Fix redlinks and introduce other links
Traffic cone robotics system
It isn't well described how exactly the swarming works; ie is there a "leader robot" giving instructions or do all robots have situational awareness ? In any case, it would be useful to mention Shane Farritor's traffic cone robots; see http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn4932-robotic-traffic-cones-swarm-onto-highways.html
for an other swarm-system see http://www.ias.uwe.ac.uk/~a-winfie/Bjerknes_etal_TAROS07.pdf
Erasing the section "from centralized intelligence to swarm intelligence"
First of all, it contains nonsense.
Second it speaks about future and hypothetical technology. There is a policy about this : Wikipedia:NOR
Third, this really feels like a shameful trick to advertise a book.
I therefore take this section out.188.8.131.52 (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 04:09, 13 November 2010 (UTC).
We need an additional article or section for swarm drones
There have been quite a number of swarm robotics applications of drones → there really needs to be an article on it (e.g. drone swarm or swarming drones or swarm drones). Or alternatively a section could be added to this page.
Could somebody go ahead with that please?
One recent example is: Super Bowl LI halftime show#Drones.