• In order to study the spread of infectious diseases, the team uses a variety of advanced mosquito traps. They require batteries that are expensive and have to be changed several times a year, and the traps frequently need to be positioned in remote areas.
  • The team will rely on drones that can fly the mosquito traps into and out of remote areas in a semi-autonomous way, rather than having to be constantly directed from the ground.
  • The drones will use an advanced cyber-physical system that is capable of interacting with the real world.

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