San Diego-based Drones Made Easy combines NASA technology with proprietary mapping applications to revolutionize the drone industry for new and experienced users
Futurist Ray Kurzweil and Nobel laureate Steven Chu headline The Optical Society's "Light the Future" program, celebrating 100 years of innovation
(UAV Drone) Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Market size is likely to reach USD 2 billion in 2023, growing at a CAGR of over 19% from 2016 to 2023
"Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)/Commercial Drone Market Size By Product (Rotary Blade, Fixed Wing, Nano Drone, Hybrid), By Application (Government, Media & Entertainment, Agriculture, Energy), Industry Outlook Report, Regional Analysis, Application Development, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"
It's important that your IT staff understand the impact of automation - more importantly, that it is not a replacement for your IT team.
Farmers are watching the forecast, and with 90 degree temperatures predicted to hit the mid-90s and not much rain in site, worries about crop health are growing. Detailed Aerial Solutions has a simple, time and money saving solution using drone technology; please feel free to publish this content as is or reach out if you have any questions.
The report focuses on global major leading industry players with information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials, equipment and downstream consumers analysis is also carried out. What's more, the Military Robots and Unmanned Vehicles industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
Use of the telepresence robot with the video and microphone capability to achieve remote presence is a vital aspect of personal mobility devices. Telepresence robots are poised to achieve a vital extension of electronic communication in ways that will become indispensable to everyone soon.
First AI-Focused Partnership for a University and Venture Fund in the United States
ABIGAIL BEALL FOR MAILONLINE: Many people spend their childhood peering up into the vast expanse of the sky, dreaming of growing up to become an astronaut. But these dreams could be dashed as the idea of people venturing into space will one day become a distant memory, according to a report published today. Robots will eventually have enough capabilities to replace humans and other animals on space missions, experts have said. Many missions involving humans in space are dangerous and expensive. But for years robots have been sent to places humans could not venture, like the rovers venturing to the edges of our solar system. According to European Space Agency (Esa) Astronaut Roberto Vittori, who launched a paper on space robotics and autonomous systems, robots can help carry out these dangerous missions. Cont'd...
The new sector for hardware and software manufacturers and service providers in the UAS industry is incredibly dynamic. As part of INTERGEO in Hamburg from 11 to 13 October, interaerial SOLUTIONS will be showcasing the legal frameworks, new areas of application, growing safety concepts and much more.
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.
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