Biologically Inspired Guidance for Autonomous Systems

Luke Topham
Animals and humans can perform purposeful actions using only their senses. Birds can perch on branches; bats use echolocation to hunt prey and humans are able to control vehicles. It must therefore be possible for autonomous systems to replicate this autonomous behaviour if an understanding of how animals and humans perceive their environment and guide their movements is obtained. Tau theory offers a potential explanation as to how this is achieved in nature. Tau theory...
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