Lone Star State Robotics
Get the low-down on all the robotics happenings in the Lone Star state
(April 19, 2013)
The Drone Debates: New Rules for a New Frontier
Will more states fall to the anti-drone domino effect, and what does it mean for local business?
(April 16, 2013)
Honeybee Robotics Selected for 2 NASA SBIR Awards Totaling $250K
Awards will fund development of spacecraft systems for drilling, sampling from a variety of heavenly bodies
(April 11, 2013)
AeroVironment Lands $13.8 Million Army Contract
Procurement represents continued progress toward U.S. Army’s acquisition objective for Raven systems
(April 11, 2013)
An American in Genoa: RoboBusiness Europe 2013
Everyone yearns for a new Europe where a breakout of high-tech innovation might deliver great products for commercialization that, in turn, might reinvigorate the local job scene and better society.
(April 10, 2013)
Iranian Rescue Drone Needs a Financial Rescue
The PARS is a quadcopter concept that flies out over Iranian beaches and drops inflated lifesavers to potential drowning victims.
(April 02, 2013)
Boeing, Airbus & the Military Seek Fast, Skillful Robots to Build Out Fleets
With increased demand, aircraft manufacturers are investing in new technologies, which is a very positive thing for robotics companies.
(March 28, 2013)
NMSU, Aerovironment Make Recommendations Regarding UAS Nighttime Operations
Study strongly suggests that UAS may operate more safely at night than even during the day.
(March 25, 2013)
Carnegie Robotics Claims New Digs in Growing Technology Center
Carnegie Robotics Moving to Space at Site of Former Steel Mill
(March 20, 2013)
Weaponized Drone $6B Market to Double
The next generation of military robots—so-called “lethal autonomous robots” (LAR)—are being designed with autonomy in mind
(February 22, 2013)
Robotics Business Review’s RBR50 List for 2013 Announced
The final votes are in! The top 50 robotics companies announced for 2013.
(February 11, 2013)
Rethink & Universal Upbeat for 2013 with New-Gen Factory Workers
Can't call them Next-Gen any longer, because they're here and ready to work.
(December 29, 2012)
Vijay et al: The Rise of Aerial Robots
Making small vehicles that are autonomous that can operate in three-dimensional envionments.
(December 14, 2012)