How Industrial Self-driving Vehicles Use Sensors for Localization and Mapping

OTTO self-driving vehicles depend on three different sensors to identify its current position as well as to navigate where and how it needs to travel from point A to point B. As in any dense and dynamic environment, elements in OTTO's path can change minute to minute

AUVSI Announces Board Directors

Leaders represent members throughout the unmanned systems industry

Nemo Underwater Drone Dives Onto the Scene With Ultra High Definition 4K Video - Available Now on Kickstarter

Using the most advanced underwater drone technology available today, Nemo can dive to 100 meters deep and explore the underwater world while capturing incredible photos and video in true ultra-high definition 4K.

Misty Robotics Announces the New Misty II Personal Robot

Company is Offering the Misty II at a 50% Discount With a 30-Day Crowdfunding Campaign

SkyHopper by Mobilicom Secures Design Win with UK UAV Manufacturer Clogworks Technologies

This is the first design win for SkyHopper in the UK and ninth overall with exposer to global sales potential of Clogworks' Dark Matter® hX. SkyHopper PROV and PRO products are fully integrated on Dark Matter® hX platform.

Insitu and University of North Dakota Partner in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Curriculum

INEXA Control software and ScanEagle3 to be integrated into Unmanned Aircraft Systems flight training for students

Hemisphere GNSS Announces All-New Rugged Atlas®-Capable UAV GNSS Antenna

Today, at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018, Hemisphere GNSS (booth #4228) announces the all-new multi-GNSS, multi-frequency 4-helix HA32 UAV antenna.

Coast Autonomous Lands Professor Pavone of Stanford University

Dr. Marco Pavone, a world-leading expert in robot autonomy, joins Coast's Advisory Board

Commercial UAV Expo Trade Show Floor Continues To Expand

Event Recognized as a top 25 Fastest Growing Trade Show by Trade Show Network News

Winners Named for Inaugural AUVSI XCELLENCE Awards

Awards presented to companies and individuals demonstrating outstanding achievement in unmanned systems

AUVSI Names Member, Chapter Awards

Awards presented to Member of the Year Brent Klavon of Jacksonville, Fla., and several AUVSI chapters

Regulus Cyber Raises $6.3M to Ensure Security & Mission Reliability for Autonomous Cars & Trucks, Robots, and Drones

Sierra Ventures, Canaan Partners Israel, Technion, F2 Capital Lead Series A Round

Insitu Debuts ScanEagle3 Unmanned Aerial System at Xponential 2018

Insitu clears ScanEagle3 for launch

QBE North America Supports Future Farming Innovation Startups

-- 12 Early-Stage Food and Agricultural Startups to Participate in Investment-Readiness Program --

Houston Mechatronics Raises $20 Million Series B from Energy Firms

Funds to develop industry changing robotics technology

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