Nauticus has announced a new funding round and change in executives to support a new focus on commercializing its technology.
NVIDIA picks robots that showed special prowess — swimming, diving, gripping, seeing, strolling and flying — through 2023.
The Stevens Institute for Artificial Intelligence’s director shares his perspectives on AI policy, generative AI, and machine learning and legged robots.
A research team led by Cornell University is using an underwater robot, called Icefin, to gain a better understanding of ice shelf crevasses.
The funded extension allows Nauticus Robotics to continue developing an Aquanaut-derivative in preparation for customer adoption decisions.
During Q2, Nauticus Robotics signed big contracts with Shell and Petrobas, and continued its work with the US DIU.
Nauticus Robotics has been awarded a contract with Petrobras to develop and test its autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Aquanaut in Brazil.
These systems will combine VideoRay’s remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) with the Sarcos Guardian Sea Class robotic system.
The Nauticus Aquanaut Mark 2 is the a fully autonomous underwater vehicle that extends undersea operations.
A research team led by the University of Bristol is studying fish sensory organs to help then develop sensors for underwater robots.
Running a successful robotics company is never easy. Unfortunately, these companies found out it’s even harder during a pandemic and supply chain crisis.
Jaia Robotics aims for its JaiaBot to be a low-cost, multivehicle system that can be user configured for a wide range of capabilities.
RE2 has successfully assembled and lab tested a complete STARFISH gripper that can grasp and hold a variety of objects.
Impossible Mining is developing a AUV that will travel up to four-miles deep into the ocean to harvest polymetallic nodules individually.
infiniDome and C-Astral will showcase their technology at Eurosatory on June 13th in Paris, France.
The robot, a customized BlueROV2 robot, operates at a depth of 1 meter and uses sonar signals to detect objects around it.
Deep Trekker creates ROVs that are used for underwater inspection and tasks in a variety of industries, including aquaculture.
During the test, RE2 Robotics’ Maritime Mine Neutralization System completed four dives over a kilometer deep.
The project for the U.S. Navy will combine a robotic arm control system and the ROV control system into one unit. This will enable topside operators to control a system’s robotic arms and ROV simultaneously using one control station.
Five unmanned surface vehicles from Saildrone are operating in the Atlantic Ocean, gathering data to better understand the physical processes of hurricanes.
System will use an RE2 Robotics arm, attached to an ROV, to place and attach neutralization devices to underwater mines.
Bedrock delivers marine seabed surveying and data analysis to its clients using unmanned autonomous marine vessels.