The projects respond to pervasive areas of need in U.S. manufacturing and, specifically, address key Department of Defense (DoD) manufacturing-focused modernization priorities.
Knightscope announced its offering in December 2021, when it began selling up to 4 million shares of Class A common stock for $10 per share.
The most cost-effective method for repairing a satellite is likely to involve robotics, to do so the USSF wants to invest in new technology.
The Maritime Grand Challenge robotics competition opens with $3 Million prize
Knightscope will be offering $40 million of Class A common stock at $10 per share. Knightscope plans to use the proceeds from the IPO to continue to scale its fleet of security robots and to invest in new technologies.
The key to the drone is Cleo’s patented thrust vectoring technology that enables the ducted fan design to remain stable during flight.
CRG Automation built a robotic system to decommission 70,000 chemical missiles in Kentucky. Hear how it built the system.
Dual RE2 Sapien robotic arms integrated with a JLG scissor lift will perform tasks on C-17 military aircraft at height.
System will use an RE2 Robotics arm, attached to an ROV, to place and attach neutralization devices to underwater mines.
The helicopter refueling system uses RE2’s proprietary perception software to control a dexterous RE2 robotic arm mounted onto an unmanned ground vehicle. The UGV will autonomously position and engage a fuel nozzle in the helicopter’s fuel port.
U.S. Army findings suggest human-made legged platforms should be as efficient as wheeled and tracked platforms.
Army-funded researchers discovered how to make materials capable of self-propulsion, allowing materials to move without motors or hands. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst discovered how to make materials that snap and reset themselves, only relying upon energy flow from their environment. This research could enable future military robots to move from their own energy. “This…
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced the finals of the DARPA Subterranean (SubT) Challenge will be held at the Louisville Mega Cavern in Louisville, Kentucky on September 21-23, 2021. The DARPA SubT Challenge is designed to test the ability of autonomous robots to perceive, navigate, network, and move in a variety of GPS-denied…
It’s no secret the U.S. Army wants its small unmanned aerial systems to operate quietly in densely-populated regions, but tests to achieve this can be expensive, time-consuming and labor-intensive according to researchers. Miranda Costenoble, a researcher with the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, now known as the DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory, presented work at…
RE2 Robotics’ latest patent, for a fluid rotary joint, covers a new gear and actuator combination that it said will make it easier for robots to inspect and manipulate objects underwater.
Airdata UAV and Autel Robotics have partnered to offer a one-month free trial of the AirData Enterprise fleet management software to users of the Autel EVO Series II drones.
The U.S. Army and MIT are exploring how metamaterials can help form modular robotic building blocks for transforming robots that can be reconfigured into different shapes and functions.
Remember Company Six (CO6), the Sphero spinoff working on a situation awareness robot? Well, we now have our first look at ReadySight, a one-pound throwable robot that is expected to be available in Q3 2021. It’s designed for first responders and other commercial industries. While ReadySight doesn’t look anything like Sphero’s RVR robot four-wheeler, it…
The Cave Circuit, the third stage of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge, was completely virtual, enabling teams to test their software and simulated hardware configurations in difficult environments.
Thales, a “deep tech” multinational, is working with the state government of North Dakota and other partners to provide the TopSky UAS Traffic Management System to scale safe and secure drone air traffic control.
VTOL drone delivery developer and service provider Volansi said it is expanding in Bend, Ore., to take advantage of the region’s talent pool and aviation technology expertise and scale its production and operations.
Boston Dynamics said its Spot 2.1 release includes enhancements designed for ease of use and stronger integration with sensors and enterprise data systems.