Not only is military robotics the testbed for cutting-edge applications, but it is also a growing market for technologies with civilian implications.
Participants battle tropical heat to conduct live UAS flight drills including maritime aerial reconnaissance, damage assessment, force protection, and other disaster simulations.
Helping to keep humans out of dangerous environments, robotic disaster cleanup proved a success at Tyndall Air Force Base following Hurricane Michael.
Rescue robots can help save lives in the aftermath of disaster, but agencies should know more about their costs and capabilities, says Robin Murphy, founder of Roboticists Without Borders.
Meet the three Wild Card entries in the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, which join a competition designed to develop and apply AI to a wide range of problems.
With the assistance of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, scientists are planning a series of brainstorming meetings to begin Nov. 7.