Demonstration of 12-person, fully electric autonomous mini-shuttle held on March 16 & 17 at The University of Texas at Austin.
SUAS News: Perceptual Robotics is applying leading edge autonomy concepts to industrial applications. Currently based in the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, our passion is to bridge the divide between academia and industry. Perceptual Robotics is applying leading edge autonomy concepts to industrial applications. Currently based in the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, our passion is to bridge the divide between academia and industry. Through our Innovate UK project, we will be developing a fully autonomous system for the intelligent, efficient and reliable inspection of wind turbines. Cont'd...
Sharp Electronics' Robot for Security, Surveillance and Maintenance Safety Inspections Added to U.S. Security Associates' P3 (Prepare. Predict. Prevent.(SM)) Technology Platform
SLANTRANGE Launches the 3p Multispectral Sensor for Agriculture Drones with Flexible New Data Processing Options
The new 3p sensor from SLANTRANGE, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Flight, is available now with new SlantView software plans to meet the needs of all users.
Just like in other forms of competitive flying, drone pilots are constantly looking for equipment advances that will give them an advantage.
TraceParts draws on its publishing network to share its platform's CAD content with 17 millions designers.
Multivista, the leader in visual construction documentation, announced the highly-anticipated release of Multivista UAV, a full-service suite of construction drone services.
Black Swift Technologies Summits Extreme Altitude Mapping Test of Mount Evans (14,265') with Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS)
With crisp orthophotos, Black Swift Technologies mapped 300 acres of Mount Evans with sUAS flying at over 14,000 feet.
Leading mobility software platform boosts efficiencies of driverless, electric shuttle services on university and corporate campuses.
Revolutionizing Open Hardware Robotics Controllers.
Combining Technology and Talent to Accelerate the Future of Autonomous Driving
Arlene Karidis for Waste360: About 10 years ago, computer scientist Matanya Horowitz became intrigued at how far robotics had come within some industries and he started thinking about its potential in recycling, particularly for recognizing and sorting materials. Horowitz postulated that intelligent systems could have a huge impact if they could be designed to identify any material in a waste stream and pull it out. But there were unique challenges to address within the recycling niche, and Horowitz went to work to troubleshoot them. After years of tweaking, the proprietary technology he created under the Denver-based company, AMP Robotics, is running in several material recovery facilities (MRFs). The robotic system, called the AMP Cortex Robotic Sorter, has the attention of several stakeholders, including the Closed Loop Foundation and a federal government agency. Cont'd...
XPONENTIAL 2017 - State Pavilions at AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2017 Highlight UAS Business Development Efforts
Eight state pavilions to focus on opportunities for unmanned systems
Alan Levin for Bloomberg: Hank sat impassively on a Virginia Tech athletic field, ready to take it on the chin for the future of drone commerce. About 30 yards away, an eight-rotor unmanned copter hovered, buzzing like a swarm of bees. The 21-pound drone tilted forward, accelerated sharply and slammed into Hank’s head, smacking the crash-test dummy’s neck backward and embedding shards of shattered propeller in his plastic face. There is little disagreement that the small- and medium-sized drones flooding the U.S. market can seriously injure or even kill someone. Understanding and minimizing the risk will be key to convincing regulators to expand their permitted uses, clearing the way for plans by Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc. to have them deliver packages or news outlets such as Time Warner Inc.’s CNN to use them for aerial video. Cont'd...
DiDi Labs will primarily focus on AI-based security and intelligent driving technologies, with an aim to attract top engineering talents to advance transformation in the global transportation industry.
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Midwest Motion Products Inc., based in Howard Lake, Minnesota, is pleased to announce the release of the new "GRA52" Right Angled Gearmotor System. This new 1:1 Right Angled Gearbox allows for significantly increased versatility, and design whose geometry allows for the unit to be mounted in tight spaces. We employ our Standard Brushed or Brushless DC Motors and Planetary Gearheads to complete the new R/A Design. Features/Benefits: Cost effective design - as low as $250*, Very Versatile - Output Ratios ranging from 3.7:1 to 2076:1, Fully Reversible Design, Readily available - Samples can be built from Stock Material, High Volume capacity.