The FAA is offering new partnership opportunities to validate key drone technologies.
Platform provides human remote control for self-driving vehicles when complex situations occur.
Challenge advanced technologies for mapping the ocean floor with the use of unmanned and autonomous systems.
AI at the edge opens up new capabilities for enterprise drone operations, obstacle avoidance.
Autonomous technology from TuSimple to be tested during two-week pilot project, performing round trips between Arizona and Texas.
The mobility solutions company launched a program in partnership with shuttle manufacturer NAVYA to train emergency personnel on autonomous vehicles set to be deployed in Lake Nona.
The Office of Naval Research provided the funding for the development of an underwater robotic hand equipped with a variety of sensors.
The FSTAR robot can quickly transform from aerial to ground mode and adjust its width to get into tight spaces.
The partnership between New Flyer and Robotic Research will see electric buses equipped with level 4 autonomy, with closed course operation scheduled for 2020.
Robotics companies in food, industrial inspection, agriculture and healthcare all score funding in recent weeks.
By 2029, driverless cars will be preferred mode of transportation for large majority.
Boston-based startup develops processors, software for motion-planning for industrial robots, autonomous vehicles.
Investments will help company scale up AI systems for manned, unmanned aircraft.
New center provides cross-disciplinary approach looking at social, ethical and legal questions raised by autonomy.
Optimism abounded at last week’s AUVSI-sponsored event in the unmanned systems space, but they also acknowledged challenges ahead.
Elios 2 model features more intuitive flight, improved camera and lighting to detect flaws.
Slow week features transactions in robotics and military unmanned systems spending.
Hardware maker to use open-source, enterprise drone OS for its US-1 drone.
Drone delivery company Wing is the first to be granted an Air Carrier Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), opening up commercial flights to the company.
More than 8,500 attendees to gather in Chicago next week to discuss all things unmanned.
This week’s attempt to catch up on recent transactions in the robotics and AI space include investments in diagnostics, automotive, and some robotics acquisitions.
Video interviews, big robots and a disruptive QA industrial inspection system highlight the third day’s events.
Company also announces new AI software to improve navigation for mobile robot fleet.
Conveyor integration and a new mobile robot named Bolt helps to expand company’s mobile manipulation system for fulfillment operations.
Safety and security options tested in Netherlands competition where drones battled each other.