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Denmark Is Driven to Lead European Robotics
Despite its small size, Denmark is working hard to make itself indispensable for European robotics, with world-class R&D and commercial support. (May 02, 2016)

Drone Funding Provides Lift for Specific Applications
Drone makers and investors are looking to precision agriculture, utilities inspection, and IoT as growth markets, while delivery drones wait on FAA rules. (April 04, 2016)

India’s Military Robotics Ambitions to Affect Global Partners
The Indian government wants robot soldiers, which would affect India's economy, geopolitical standing, and technology partnerships. (March 31, 2016)

Japan Sets Its Sights on Commercial UAVs at Drone Expo 2016
Several Japanese and international UAV providers showed off their latest commercial wares at the Japan Drone 2016 exposition. (March 30, 2016)

Robotics Fortunes Rise and Fall on Demand and Competition
Robotics startups easily attract investment, especially in construction, but layoffs at Harvest Automation and 3D Robotics show that innovation isn't everything. (March 24, 2016)

New Drone Center in Denmark Sparks Inspiration for Growing Industry
The UAS Drone Center at Southern Danish University provides a space for drone researchers and users, not just in Denmark, but across Europe. (March 23, 2016)

American Drone Expert Heads to Denmark to Advance UAS Technology
Denmark is working to be a center for robotics research and development, as the Nordic UAS Event focuses on aerial drones alongside RoboBusiness Europe 2016. (March 10, 2016)

Where Do the Candidates Stand on Robotics?
Between the sound bites, the presidential candidates have said little so far about their stances on robotics and automation. (February 29, 2016)

5 Reasons to Attend RoboBusiness Europe This Year
RoboBusiness Europe 2016 will mark its fourth annual gathering in Odense, Denmark, and anyone interested in global robotics should check it out. (February 25, 2016)

Boeing, University Teams Apply AI to Aircraft Safety
In addition to the robots it's using for aircraft manufacturing, Boeing is working with Carnegie Mellon University on big data analytics. (February 17, 2016)

“Sue the Bums!” Drones Get Dragged into Court
Sue the bums! Could spy drones above Super Bowl practice fields warrant litigation? (February 02, 2016)

Precision Agriculture Cultivates Demand for Drones
Although the FAA has yet to revise its regulations for commercial drone use, both UAV providers and farmers anticipate growing adoption of robotic crop management. (January 27, 2016)

The FAA: Home of the $250K Drone Fine. Seriously?
Is it time yet for reflection on the FAA's new rules? Yes! (January 14, 2016)

Five Robotics Predictions for 2016
Don't wait up for flying cars, but robotic farms, factories, and households are coming sooner than you may think. (January 04, 2016)

U.K. Could Follow International Approach to Drone Rules
Although the U.K. was among the first nations to adopt clear and comprehensive regulations governing airborne drones, safety and privacy concerns will likely lead to more developments. (December 14, 2015)



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