Dynamic, inspiring and insightful speakers at AutoSens - the leading vehicle perception technology meeting in Detroit
AutoSens, now established as the world's most forward-thinking ADAS technology conference, this year takes to the stage in Detroit, Michigan USA (22-25 May) and Brussels, Belgium (19-21 September).
First Autonomous Test Vehicle Developed Entirely By Toyota Research Institute Displayed At Prius Challenge Event At Sonoma Raceway
New platform expands sensor array and advances autonomous vehicle research Developed for flexible, plug-and-play testing of 'Chauffeur' and 'Guardian' research tracks
Engineering Innovation Award: $20,000 Grand Prize
New Robotics Technology Brings Standing and Mobility to Wheelchair Users
VStar Systems Inc. Announces Successful Flight Test of MA-C Signal Intelligence Sensor Aboard Martin UAV's V-Bat
San Diego-based Aerospace and Defense Company sensor successfully flies 2 lbs. SIGINT on Vertical Takeoff and Landing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
SkySpecs Collaborates with Siemens Wind Power for Use of Automated Drone Technology in Offshore Turbine Inspections
Smaller and more powerful computing platforms and sensors, better battery technology, and vastly improved algorithms for managing flight and safety have transformed drones from a niche hobby into a global reality over the last three to five years.
Rugged, Versatile Platform Is Designed For Aerial Inspection And Data Collection
Company continues securing industry-defining intellectual property
New partnership delivers robust airspace intelligence and unmanned traffic management solutions to senseFly's largely autonomous commercial drones
Nevada-based Consortium using Drone America UAV Completes First Long-Distance Beyond Line of Sight Urban Package Delivery
Nevada Team records longest Unmanned Aerial Package Delivery flight in the U.S.
Embark's truck uses a combination of radars, cameras and depth sensors known as LiDARs to perceive the world around it. The millions of data points from these sensors are processed using a form of Artificial Intelligence known as Deep Neural Nets (or DNNs) that allow the truck to learn from its own experience-much like humans learn from practice.
Airborne Response Unmanned Aircraft Systems Make History at Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and US Army Joint Maritime Exercise with Drones and SmartBalloon Aerostats at Seaport
Multiple UAS provide live high-definition video feeds to incident commanders to provide increased situational awareness and command and control capabilities.
Go Unmanned adds DroneDeploy to its commercial mapping software suite to provide more diverse options for data processing.
World's Largest Model Aircraft Organization and Leading Drone Maker Expand Public Safety and Education Efforts
North American Distribution Agreement Offers Economical Path for Growers to Act Upon Drone Data Insights
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