This post is also available in:
A new concept of a network is designed to combat the energy limitations of individual drones by enhancing their connectivity to one another, allowing them to share resources such as power, and thereby creating a self-sustaining, continuously operational fleet. The aim is mainly to enable the continuous operation of surveillance drones aimed at tracking and jamming malicious amateur drones used by terrorists.
A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge and Koc University developed the idea of the Energy Neutral Internet of Drones (enIoD).
enloD is, essentially, a framework for a security-tasked ... read more at: https://i-hls.com/archives/80965
... read more at: https://i-hls.com/archives/80965network that doesn’t have to rest, operating continuously with charging and data transfer