The goal of advancing drone deliveries as well as further refining Flirtey's delivery technology and packaging were highlighted when Flirtey teamed with the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS) for the delivery.
JG Randall for The National Interest: Things tend to happen in threes. An unlikely triumvirate on the surface, it would appear that Asimov’s laws on robotics and the UN Convention on Conventional Weapons (CCW) will outflank the Third Offset—the nation’s search for its next silver bullet in war fighting is robotics—knowing that many nations will agree on moral grounds. These nations will reject Asimov based on semantics, and though the debate might be perceived as strictly academic, or even rhetorical, it is worth discussing for the sake of a good cautionary tale. Because, whether we like it or not, killer bots are coming to a theater of operation near you. Before we get deep in the weeds, let’s get some clarity. First, let’s outline Asimov’s robotic laws. The Three Laws of Robotics are a set of rules devised by the science fiction author Isaac Asimov. They were introduced in his 1942 short story “Runaround,” although they had been foreshadowed in earlier stories. Cont'd...
Law enforcement robots" are inherently local, they are used locally, they are needed by security personnel in particularly dangerous local situations. Systems of engagement apps are evolving as specially designed ground robot networks used to address terrorism and local law enforcement and fire department needs to support community and cities safety patrol.
Produced by UAS Magazine and the Red River Valley Research Corridor. The UAS Summit agenda will showcase why North Dakota is the top UAS destination in the U.S.
The ABC of RPA, Part 5: What Is the Cost of Automation and How Do I Justify It to the Leadership Team?
We've put together a breakdown of the cost of automation, and how to justify it to the leadership team.
As the pioneer in artificial intelligence field, Baidu chose the Inspur NF5568M4 heterogeneous supercomputing server in its unmanned auto road condition model training.
Despite only being an initial sale to this JV partner, the gross revenue garners GeckoSystems a net profit.
A novel approach to going small could miniaturize entire circuit boards of chips into single modular chips that combine the best of commercial and DoD circuit designs and technology
• Festo exhibits a benchtop Cartesian robot with innovative microfluidic dosing head and other active demonstrations and static displays of clinical automation. • Festo customer Rheonix, Inc. presents a one-stop solution for molecular diagnostic assays. This solution is the centerpiece of research into identifying cases of Zika infection. • Festo AquaJellies - bionic jellyfish - also at AACC. (Festo Booth #3939)
US Army's Rapid Equipping Force will assess innovative persistent drone against Army requirements
AUVSI and TRB are joining forces to bring you the Automated Vehicles Symposium 2016. This dynamic event will feature interactive breakout sessions, forums for networking and leading speakers discussing and debating these and other key questions facing the future of this industry.
5D ROBOTICS ACQUIRES UWB TECHNOLOGY LEADER TIME DOMAIN TO ACCELERATE INNOVATION IN AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE NAVIGATION
Time Domain is the leading provider of small, low-power UWB ranging radio and radar sensors which measure distance with an accuracy of 2 centimeters, send data, and detect objects, people and obstacles. 5D has partnered with Time Domain since 2012, adapting the latter's PulsON® ranging radios into precision autonomous navigation and positioning solutions for a wide variety of air and ground vehicles.
Thomas Claburn for InformationWeek: Among programmers, there's a principle called DRY, which stands for "Don't repeat yourself." It's an attempt to avoid writing code that duplicates the function of other code. DRY embodies the same resistance to needless repetition as the more common idiom, "Don't reinvent the wheel." Among those making robots, a group that includes software and hardware engineers attempts to adhere to these principles, as can be seen in designs that borrow from nature, from the evolved forms of life on Earth. Biomimicry and bioinspired design provide a way to avoid reinventing the wheel. The biological systems of living things have been honed through eons of Darwinian user testing. Borrowing aspects of animal physiology isn't the only option or necessarily the best option for robot designers. For some purposes, something new may be necessary. For others, biomechanically systems can't be easily duplicated. Cont'd...
Sinclair and the NASA Glenn Research Center will conduct a series of UAS sensor integration tests and flight operations designed to study the effects of harmful algae blooms that are threatening water resources in Ohio.
Automotive robotics market size is expected to exceed USD 15 billion by 2023: Global Market Insights Inc.
"Automotive Robotics Market Size, Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Application Development, Price Trend, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"
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