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.
Milrem Robotics, the leading robotics and autonomous systems developer, will exhibit their Type-X Robotic Combat Vehicle for the first time at IDEX 2021.
Draganfly Inc., an award-winning, industry-leading developer of drone solutions and systems, recently reported that it has achieved progress in the field testing of the EagleEye™ land mine detection solution in collaboration with Windfall Geotek.
Army-funded researchers discovered how to make materials capable of self-propulsion, allowing materials to move without motors or hands.
In recent news, The U.S. Army's heavy common ground robot has reached full-rate production, less than a year after FLIR Systems won the contract to deliver the system. Under the current order, FLIR is delivering 34 systems, however, if all options are exercised in the contract, the firm could deliver approximately 350 robots.
Robotic systems packed with muscle tissue can produce never-seen-before agility and versatility, Army researchers said.