Wind River Teaming with Nation's Largest Transportation Proving Grounds, Ohio State University, and Central Ohio Region to Develop, Test Smart Connected and Autonomous Technologies
- Intel® subsidiary Wind River®; Transportation Research Center (TRC); Ohio State University; and Dublin, Ohio are looking to advance safe and secure technologies for self-driving and connected vehicle technologies. - The first phase of the Wind River-led program envisions the creation of "rolling lab" test vehicles developed with Ohio State engineering students and faculty. - TRC, the nation's largest independent vehicle test facility, is set to be the proving ground, providing strategies for testing and validating connected and autonomous vehicle technologies.
RoadBotics Technology Collects and Analyzes Road Surfaces in Real-Time--Allows Municipalities and Transportation Partners to Gain Deeper Insights Into Their Road Infrastructure
Military intelligence event, Airborne ISR will return to London this October
AUTOGUIDE™ LAUNCHES NEW, FULLY-TESTED SUREPATH™ TUGGER FEATURING AFFORDABLE AND FLEXIBLE NATURAL FEATURE GUIDANCE
New Max-N10 Tugger Can Move Loads Up To 10,000 Pounds With No Tape, Tags or Reflectors
The Next Evolution in Wireless Mesh Networking Doubles Signal Range
Eight computer science professors in Oregon State Universitys College of Engineering have received a $6.5 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to make artificial-intelligence-based systems like autonomous vehicles and robots more trustworthy.
"We're very excited about this technology and our partnership with Microdrones," said Steve Richter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Frontier Precision. "We know this is a big part of our future."
Yandexs on-demand transportation service Yandex.Taxi has developed a self-driving car prototype as a first step towards a comprehensive set of driverless technologies for applications across a wide range of industries. Yandex.Taxis driverless car incorporates Yandexs homegrown technologies such as mapping, real-time navigation, computer vision and object recognition, which have been powering a range of Yandex services for years.
Project Lifesaver International (PLI) to partner with DARTdrones to provide UAV pilot training to its member agencies seeking to implement the latest Project Lifesaver SAR innovation - the PLI Indago UAV.
European consortium Neva Aerospace continues to emphasise its aeronautical engineering lead with the announcement that it is ready to deliver all-electric Eole turbo-drones for payloads from 6 - 50kg. This follows successful indoor and outdoor flights for its test rig.
The UASSC will work to coordinate and accelerate the development of the standards and conformity assessment programs needed to facilitate the safe, mass integration of UAS - commonly known as drones - into the national airspace system (NAS) of the United States.
Robotic Exoskeleton's Ergonomic Benefits Widen its Application Scope in Healthcare and Industrial Automation
Steady stream of innovation to attract funding from diverse industries and drive growth opportunities, finds Frost & Sullivan's TechVision team
The project is planned to be a state-of-the-art aviation engineering and production facility that meets U.S. safety standards and FAA Production Certification requirements.
SMP Robotics S5 Security Robot lineup enhanced with NVIDIA Jetson TX2 platform was presented at NVIDIA GTC Conference in San Jose. TX2 enables the robots to learn from their environment and make decisions according to what is happening around them.
No walls in sight - AutoSens Detroit puts automotive engineering discussion first at popular US event
350+ engineers and technologists joined AutoSens for 4-day US debut - the leading conference for the discussion of vehicle perception technology - during May 22-25, 2017 at the M1 Concourse near Detroit, MI, USA
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IPR Robotics offers a wide range of servo-driven 7th axis linear rails for industrial robots. These rails come in ten different sizes and are constructed from modular high strength extruded aluminum sections to handle payloads of 100 kg to 1600 kg or from steel to handle 2000 kg payloads. This variety of rail sizes allows each application to be sized correctly, controlling the space required and the price point. The drive train design of these rails utilizes helical gear-racks and is proven over 10 years to be repeatable and reliable, even in tough foundry applications.