A program by the US Air Force and Xwing demonstrated fixed wing cargo carrying capability using a modified Cessna 208B Grand Caravan.
The ARM Institute has funding from the Defense Department to continue its robotics and workforce development programs for another five years.
KEF Robotics says its vision software works with different hardware and software to enable drones to navigate in GPS-denied environments.
Knightscope said Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorization enables government contracts for its security robots.
LIG Nex1 and a partner have offered to acquire 60% of industrial and defense supplier Ghost Robotics, which is valued at $400 million.
Gecko Robotics, which provides climbing robots and AI to inspect critical infrastructure, has obtained funding and added board members with defense expertise.
Speakers at the Drones & Robotics AI Summit in New York discussed state and federal support of tech startups, as well as opportunities
New Astro Secure subscription provides advanced security features and controls, such as custom patrol routes and scheduling capabilities.
Knightscope, a US-based developer of autonomous security robots, is offering a $10 million Public Safety Infrastructure Bond Offering to support its growth and benefit public safety professionals.
This act would prohibit the manufacture, sale, and operation of robotic devices or drones that are mounted with a weapon.
Robotics startup launches latest autonomous outdoor security patrolling robot, Ascento Guard, allowing companies to extend security at a reasonable cost.
This is the second time this year that Gecko Robotics has expanded its inspection work with the U.S. Navy.
Gecko Robotics, a creator of wall-climbing robots for asset inspection, announced that it’s expanding its work with the US Navy.
Airobotics announced that it acquired the assets of Iron Drone Ltd, an Israeli-based company that creates autonomous counter-drone systems.
Paul Scharre, who helped the Office of the Secretary of Defense develop policies around autonomous systems and emerging weapons technologies, joins the show to discuss San Francisco’s police department potentially using robots with lethal force.
The issue is being sent back to a committee for further discussion and could be voted on again in the future.
The United States Army and the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) awarded Kodiak Robotics with a 24-month, $49.9 million contract in October.
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted to allow the SFPD to use remote-controlled and potentially lethal robots in emergency situations.
The Army and DIU have selected Applied Intuition to deliver an end-to-end autonomy software development and testing platform.
Teledyne FLIR pairs a radiometric thermal and visible camera payload featuring MSX with an affordable, flexible, and easy-to-operate airframe.
Knightscope chairman and CEO said the robotics industry focuses too much on technology and not enough on solving customer problems.
The company is enhancing its security services by integrating the Boston Dynamics Spot robot with a payload of cameras and additional sensors.