Self-driving cars currently use expensive lidar sensors, but a cheaper chip could lead to more affordable autonomous vehicles.
Robotic sensors, mobility, and manipulation are opening up new applications for healthcare robotics developers, said speakers at the inaugural Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.
Robot-assisted surgery, among other technologies, to be discussed by developers, industry leaders at Santa Clara event.
The director of Stanford University School of Medicine’s Technology Enabled Clinical Improvement Center will discuss how robotics can improve clinical outcomes at the international event for developers of healthcare robotics.
Stanford University students have created a quadruped robot to navigate difficult terrain, and they’ve made the designs and source code open-source.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new way of controlling autonomous cars that integrates prior driving experiences – a system that will help the cars perform more safely in extreme and unknown circumstances. Tested at the limits of friction on a racetrack using Niki, Stanford’s autonomous Volkswagen GTI, and Shelley, Stanford’s autonomous Audi TTS,…