Robotics Education Journal

09/21/2021

As noted in the 18 SEPTEMBER 2021 edition of the UNMANNED SYSTEMS NEWS (USN), swarms of drones have gotten a lot of time in the spotlight lately, mostly for their use in potential military operations. The U.S.

09/18/2021

The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) provides defense-focused graduate education, including classified studies and interdisciplinary research, to advance the operational effectiveness, technological leadership and warfighting advantage of the U.S. Naval service.

09/15/2021

Steve Trimble of Aviation Week magazine/Aviationweek[dot]com reported in early September that the low-cost Model 437 shown in the artist’s rendering is a “paper concept” intended to meet requirements for a new class of attritable autonomous unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

09/11/2021

“The Tech Up For Women Conference is a hub of idea exchange and advocacy around the issue of the advancement of women through technology. One of the Top Five Most Inspiring Conferences.”  -- FORBES

09/10/2021

ATA, LLC announced 9 September that a demonstration of the Virginia Flight Information Exchange (VA-FIX), which provides data from state and local governments for safe unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations, will be featured during the 90th Annual Convention and Trade Show of the National Ass

09/06/2021

The DARPA Subterranean Challenge is focused on the world beneath us - as competitors vie to rapidly and remotely map, navigate, and search complex underground environments.

09/02/2021

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, Va., has announced a $12.4 million order to Aurora to move to phase-one of the “Control of Revolutionary Aircraft with Novel Effectors” (CRANE) project.

08/29/2021

Fortem Technologies, a technology leader in C-UAS, caught our eye at the recent AUVSI Xponential conference. NREF is pleased to bring you this exclusive interview with Fortem on its pioneering, state-of-the-art C-UAS solutions.

08/23/2021

Bauernhof Panzer (Farm Yard Tank)

08/23/2021

Parkour is the perfect sandbox for the Atlas team at Boston Dynamics to experiment with new behaviors.

08/22/2021

As shown at the WAIC 2021 show held at the Shanghai Expo Center in July, the robotics systems in development in China go well beyond self-driving cars and platforms designed to move inventory in warehouses.

08/20/2021

TheVerge.com reported that Elon Musk has announced a TESLA Humanoid robot that is designed to be a general purpose assistant. 

08/15/2021

On June 4, 2021, The U.S. Navy refueled an F-18 fighter using an unmanned drone for the first time. The drone, dubbed MQ-25 Stingray, uses the Navy’s probe-and-drogue refueling method. The operation took place near Mascoutah, Illinois, with an F/A-18 Super Hornet.

08/12/2021

The largest gathering of robotics firms, AI developers, and land, sea & air drone product and service companies will take place August 16 – 19 at Xponential 2021 in Atlanta.

08/11/2021

In a key advance in drone C-UAS technology, Robotican successfully demonstrated an autonomous drone interception for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Irregular Warfare Technical Support Directorate (IWTSD).

08/06/2021

A new type of electric, fixed-wing drone recently achieved a world record for time in the air within the group-2 fully electric category.

08/06/2021

As Isabelle Khurshudyan recently reported on Washingtonpost.com, 5,600 miles east of Moscow, not far from Vladivostok’s hills in Russky Island, the Kremlin hopes to create a hub for robotic

07/29/2021

This year’s Beijing Military Expo opened on June 5th, but it wasn’t the lethal military gear that drew attention so much as the advanced fish-like robots on display. In addition to the static display of RoboShark, the lively bionic Arowana was a show highlight.

07/27/2021

The CRUSER Naval Postgraduate School (CRUSER) is a highly respected academic institution noted for its work in unmanned autonomous systems and for its contributions in other leading technology and defense arenas.

07/23/2021

A new algorithm called “Sniffy Bug” shows how tiny drones will do dangerous work even in areas where they can’t use GPS. A new research paper documents the creation of the first autonomous small drone swarm that can detect gas leaks as well as other possible chemical threats.

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