Written by: Anon.Dos
Birds that stray into the ways of airplane, fly over crop fields, or simply fly in large group can be a beautiful sight and at the can be absolute risky. Through the years individuals have taken a stab at everything from driving them off either by scaring them silly or tried to trapping them – all with fluctuating results. Presently a designer from the Netherlands has thought of mechanical bird of prey that looks and fly precisely like the real thing.
Furthermore, allowing them to move through affected zones and pursue away small birds. The robotic raptors are controlled remotely by an administrator on the ground. The engineers guarantee that targeted bird populaces rapidly figures out how to stay away from what they see as common predators. This model is 23 inches in length and has a wingspan of 47 inches. It can climb up to 50 miles for every hour in flight. Originators plan to make the following Robobird model independent.