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Tesscorn Systems India Private Limited, a Bangalore-based innovator, is soaring into the future of Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) with its biomimetic approach. By studying the highly optimized flight mechanisms of insects and birds, Tesscorn is unlocking the secrets of nature for next-generation UAV and Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) design.

At the heart of Tesscorn’s work lies Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) investigations. LaVision’s cutting-edge FSI system allows them to simultaneously analyze both the fluid flow around the wings and the wings’ structural deformation and strain. This powerful combination of synchronized Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) and Digital Image Correlation (DIC) measurements provides invaluable insights into the complex interplay between wing movement and airflow.

Tesscorn’s dedication to non-intrusive, full-field measurement techniques ensures they capture the intricacies of flight without disrupting the delicate natural processes. 3D-DIC meticulously tracks the wing’s deformation in real-time, revealing the subtle nuances of its movements. Time-Resolved (TR)-PIV takes high-speed snapshots of the evolving flow field, providing a detailed picture of how air interacts with the wing throughout its flight cycle.

By harnessing the power of biomimicry, Tesscorn is paving the way for a new generation of UAVs that are more efficient, maneuverable, and sustainable. By mimicking the remarkable adaptations of nature’s flying masters, Tesscorn’s UAVs hold the potential to revolutionize a range of fields, from aerial surveillance and cargo delivery to scientific research and disaster relief.

Tesscorn’s work represents a significant leap forward in UAV design, with implications that extend far beyond the technical realm. By unlocking the secrets of natural flight, Tesscorn is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, inspiring a new era of innovation and sustainability in the world of aerial technology.

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