Carnegie Mellon researchers explore non-cooperative human-robot interaction.
During his RoboBusiness 2019 keynote, Howie Choset outlines the disconnect between research and robotics businesses.
System avoids obstacles during filming, makes artistic film decisions without prior maps or GPS tags.
Demonstration uses special light sources and sensors to reconstruct shapes of unseen objects.
Pitch competition and investor summit highlight Pittsburgh robotics community.
Researchers aim to create a hard and soft robotic suit that can treat and stabilize soldiers injured in remote locations.
Prosthetic limbs are traditionally awkward, but biomechatronic advances and DARPA funding have led to refinements in sensors, power, and movement.
Pneumatic artificial muscles and sensors create a soft exoskeleton ideal for leg rehabilitation.
The robotic farming projects are looking at a number of areas, including autonomous vehicles and platforms. The emphasis is on aiding farm workers rather than replacing them.