KENNESAW, Ga. | Jun 30, 2017
A Kennesaw State University professor is developing algorithms that could help drones in their efforts for both search and rescue missions and package delivery.
Donghyun (David) Kim, an assistant professor of computer science, said his algorithm can quickly solve coordination problems between multiple drones to determine the best route for a drone to take.
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