Autonomous Trucks Will be Rolling on the Highway

The future of autonomous trucks is already here. Several states are laying the groundwork for these self-driving behemoths. California, Florida, Michigan and Utah have passed laws allowing autonomous trucks to drive in platoons.

CommonSense Robotics Raises $20 Million Series A Funding To Make Fresh Food Delivery as Fast as Ordering a Pizza

Company Develops Advanced Robotics and AI to enable profitable, one hour, last-mile grocery deliveries, bringing the market to every doorstep

Miso Robotics Secures $10 Million in Series B Funding Led by Acacia Research

Miso Robotics' suite of collaborative, adaptable robotic kitchen assistants and Miso AI platform are designed to boost productivity and improve food quality. This also enables restaurants and food providers to accommodate increasing customer expectations for fresher ingredients prepared quickly and consistently while keeping the cost of food down.

Mencom Introduces Industrial Wireless Access Point to Protect Sensitive Data on the Manufacturing Floors

Mencom offers Industrial Wireless Access Points providing a reliable, robust, rugged, and cost-effective solutions to industrial applications that require a wireless connectivity.

FireFly Automatix's New Self-Propelled, Hybrid Mower Cuts Cost Per Acre Mowed

First Mower of Its Kind Leverages, Applies Same Efficiencies as the Company's Award-Winning Automated Harvester Used by Turf Farms Worldwide; Mower Highlighted at Turfgrass Producers International in Tucson This Week

This four-legged robot can open doors and we're all doomed

Mike Murphy for MarketWatch: Boston Dynamics showed off its latest advanced robot Monday, which left some people wondering if it was a technological marvel or dystopian nightmare fuel.

New university robotics kit and curriculum from TI prepare future engineers for systems-level design

Students learn, build and compete with Texas Instruments Robotics System Learning Kit

Skydio Announces R1, Delivering on the Promise of the Self-Flying Camera

Skydio, the California-based company, announced today the availability of the company's first product: R1, a fully autonomous flying camera. With the introduction of R1, the company is taking a step toward the future of autonomous drones and enabling a new type of visual storytelling.

'Pitching' Drone Technologies a Big Part of UAS Tech Forum

Annual Event to be Held in Broken Arrow Sept. 12-13

AirGon LLC Appointed North American Distributor for YellowScan Drone LIDAR Systems

Under the agreement, AirGon will sell, train and support YellowScan's complete line of small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (sUAV) LiDAR scanning systems.

ATP Gears Up for Age of Autonomous Systems, Showcases iTemp NVMe™ M.2 SSDs at Embedded World 2018

Advancements in smart systems operating without direct human intervention drive increase in memory requirements

New malleable 'electronic skin' is self-healable, recyclable

• Researchers have developed electronic skin that can mimic the function and mechanical properties of human skin. • The e-skin has embedded sensors to measure pressure, temperature, humidity and air flow. • The technology could lead to improvements in robotics, prosthetic development and biomedical devices.

Japan lays groundwork for boom in robot carers

Daniel Hurst for The Guardian: Japanese government wants to increase acceptance of technology that could help fill the gap in the nursing workforce

Intel Drone Light Show Breaks Guinness World Records Title at Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

Intel Takes Entertainment to New Heights with Spectacular Drone Performances during the Opening Ceremony and Nightly Victory Ceremonies

Speaker Proposals Now Being Accepted For 4th Annual Commercial UAV Expo

Commercial UAV Expo is currently accepting speaker proposals for the 2018 event, taking place October 1-3 at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas.

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