HEBI Robotics signs 5-year lease at RIDC's Lawrenceville Technology Center
Second generation Probot also Included in down-select for phase I of U.S. Army SMET Program
The fledgling commercial UAV industry may be small today, but it is forecast for tremendous growth and transformation over the next five years. Industry revenues will reach $15bn by 2022, up from just $1.3bn in 2016. This includes revenues from hardware, software/analytics and drone services.
Energid's Actin toolkit facilitates the creation of many types of robots with fluid, human-like movement and skills. Actin enables these robots to do complex tasks requiring dexterous manipulation that are not easily supported by traditional control software. Actin's control software, coupled with machine vision, enables robots to dynamically avoid collisions with humans and other objects. It supports visual servoing, enabling accurate vision-based manipulation of objects in changing environments.
Teams from 22 Countries Competing in Global Competition to Tackle Todays Biggest Challenges Using Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing
Sharper Shape and SkySkopes Successfully Execute First Transmission Line Cable Construction Mission using Drones
Matt Dunlevy, CEO and President of SkySkopes, said, "this use-case highlights how UAS are a safe and effective option for many applications in the utility industry beyond basic inspections."
Global commercial unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) revenues will reach $15bn in 2022, according to a new report from Interact Analysis. UAVs or drones, which are currently best known for their use by the military are finding their way into countless commercial applications the research found. The industry is predicted to grow on average by 50% per year over the next five years, reaching $15bn in 2022, up from just $1.3bn in 2016.
A major milestone delivery, the Naval Oceanographic Office accepts first new generation AUV
"Remotely controlled robotic systems that keep our soldiers in a safe distance are crucial to the next generation of battlefield effects that will give asymmetric advantage to the warfighter"
NASA awards SSL next phase funding for Dragonfly on-orbit assembly program, demonstrates confidence in public private partnership for space robotics
SSL successfully completes preliminary Dragonfly ground demonstration, proves concept for semi-autonomous robotic assembly of geostationary communications satellites
More than 60,000 Students Worldwide to Build Robots and STEM Skills with FIRST® Tech Challenge RELIC RECOVERY℠ Presented by Qualcomm
6,000+ Teams of Students Tackle New Adventure-Themed Challenge During 2017-18 Season
Drone now flies with the glimpse of AI, what future holds
-Primary Applications include Insurance Underwriting for Ag/Commercial and Inspection of Bridges, Wind Turbines and Construction using APA System™ -InfraDrone Co-Founders--ISU Engineering Grads with Top Honors
Both of the Torc self-driving cars were issued special red Nevada license plates, indicating that the vehicles are autonomous.
Enhanced platform extends operations in high sea states and high latitudes
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