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.
Company is Offering the Misty II at a 50% Discount With a 30-Day Crowdfunding Campaign
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.
Visit Booth #1217 to see inductive eddy current technology
Publishes CAD Models of Its Screw Conveyors and Bulk Handling Online
INEXA Control software and ScanEagle3 to be integrated into Unmanned Aircraft Systems flight training for students
Soft Robotics unlocks robotic automation for large, meaningful markets and labor starved industries such as food and beverage, advanced manufacturing and e-commerce.
Today, at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018, Hemisphere GNSS (booth #4228) announces the all-new multi-GNSS, multi-frequency 4-helix HA32 UAV antenna.
Dr. Marco Pavone, a world-leading expert in robot autonomy, joins Coast's Advisory Board
Event Recognized as a top 25 Fastest Growing Trade Show by Trade Show Network News
Awards presented to companies and individuals demonstrating outstanding achievement in unmanned systems
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
Register for the OCTOPUZ + Yaskawa Welding Technologies Webinar - Learn about the latest welding technologies in both software and hardware.
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App Your Sensor®! What would smartphones be without apps? They would be mobile phones that can't do much more than make phone calls and sending SMS. Apps turn smartphones into intelligent assistants with any number of different tasks. Transferred into the world of image processing, this app-based approach transforms cameras and sensors into customised, smart vision sensors.