As countries aim to develop weapons traveling at Mach 5 and faster, a team of researchers guided by experts from the University of Arizona has developed a “brain” for high-speed interceptors and vehicles.
The Lynx Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) from American Rheinmetall Vehicles will be more lethal, courtesy of L3Harris Technologies’ battlefield awareness systems’ rapid recognition and targeting capabilities.
The 5th Annual Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems Conference, convening on 6th - 7th April 2022 in London, UK, will welcome over 110 delegates - remaining a key calendar date for senior RAS decision-makers, operators, and experts worldwide.
The Integrated Review has set the British Army to spend £23-billion on their modernisation in the next four years. A part of this will go into the reorganisation of the British Army into seven Brigade Combat Teams (BCT).
Southwest Research Institute received an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract valued at up to $34 million over five years to support the US.
The U.S. Army plans to cooperate in artificial intelligence research with teams led by the University of Maryland, College Park and in partnership with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
A new formula from Army scientists is leading to new insights on how to build an energy-efficient legged teammate for dismounted warfighters.
Army researchers developed a technique that allows robots to remain resilient when faced with intermittent communication losses on the battlefield.
Spoken dialogue is the most natural way for people to interact with complex autonomous agents such as robots.
SMi Group is delighted to introduce a newly confirmed speaker for Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems USA, which is taking place virtually on June 21st and 22nd 2021. Colonel Christopher Korpela, Director of the Robotics Research Center at the United States Military Academy at West Point, is set to give a keynote briefing on Day 2 of the event.