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SWARMSScalable sWarms of Autonomous Robots and Mobile Sensors (University of Pennsylvania)
SWARMSSouth West Associated Radio Modelers Society (Australia)
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The swarm watched the light leaking through the cracks all the long night.
When the sun rose, Veiled Figures came down, and saw their swarm at the bough's end waiting patiently within sight of the old Hive--a handful, but prepared to go on.
Two-score archers stood about the gateway, and beat back from time to time with their bow-staves the inquisitive and chattering crowd who swarmed round the portal.
Then the people begun to holler at him and make fun of him, and that made him mad, and he begun to rip and tear; so that stirred up the people, and a lot of men begun to pile down off of the benches and swarm towards the ring, saying, "Knock him down!
In a little narrow street, crowded with our pack-mules and with a swarm of uncouth Arabs, we alighted, and through a kind of a hole in the wall entered the hotel.
The narrow streets swarmed like a hive with men and women in strange Oriental costumes, and our small donkeys knocked them right and left as we plowed through them, urged on by the merciless donkey-boys.
And it's safe to say not everyone is a fan - with people taking to Twitter to complain of an 'invasion' and 'swarms' of the insects.
'The next step will be to get these robot swarms out of the lab and demonstrate our proposed approach in real-world applications.'
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 23, 2019-: Inspired from nature - robots can now learn to swarm on the go
He said the fresh locusts swarms had entered the Pakistani territory from Indian Rajasthan area.
To make things even more interesting, the colonies in the traps and that small Langstroth hive swarmed not once, but twice.
There is a moderate to high risk of the Desert Locust situation escalating further in the interior and coastal areas of Yemen and in the interior of Sudan, causing swarms to form that would threaten agricultural production by the end of the summer.