Working as aerial base stations, mobile robotic agents can be formed as a wireless robotic network to provide network services for on-ground mobile devices in a target area. Herein, a challenging issue is how to deploy these mobile robotic agents to provide network services with good quality for more users, while considering the mobility of on-ground devices. In this paper, to solve this issue, we decouple the coverage problem into the vertical dimension and the horizontal dimension without any loss of optimization and introduce the network coverage model with maximum coverage range. Then, we propose a hybrid deployment algorithm based on the improved quick artificial bee colony. The algorithm is composed of a centralized deployment algorithm and a distributed one. The proposed deployment algorithm deploy a given number of mobile robotic agents to provide network services for the on-ground devices that are independent and identically distributed. Simulation results have demonstrated that the proposed algorithm deploys agents appropriately to cover more ground area and provide better coverage uniformity.