The Zebro project, was started in Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in September 2013 and since the establishment of TU Delft Robotics Institute (TUDRI), the same year, which absorbed the project thereafter; Zebro Project has seen immense growth and development. As part of the swarm robots theme within the TUDRI, Zebro has seen a lot of improvements through the years and will go through many more modifications and up gradations before it finally reaches its final goal of autonomously behaving as a collective system of roving robots.
Our mission is:
To design, plan and build self-deploying, fault-tolerant, inexpensive and extremely miniaturized robust autonomous roving robots to cooperate in swarms, capable of functioning on a wide spectrum of topology and environment that can quickly provide continuous desired information with the help of distributed sensor systems and carry and support payloads suitable for a wide range of missions.
By about 2020 we aim to finish with our most distinctive work, attain full autonomous swam.