New research describes multi-legged swarm robots capable of maneuvering tough terrain. Follow the link to learn more.
The degree to which an individual takes interest in an outdoor activity—such as going for a run, hiking in the mountains, or paddleboarding—depends basically on the beauty of the immediate ecosystem.
Recently, team CERBERUS guided by a Norwegian University of Science and Technology professor won a highly esteemed competition for subterranean robots. MIT and NASA were also participants in the event.
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Sarcos Robotics, a leader in the development of robotic systems that augment humans to enhance productivity and safety, and Pine Environmental Services LLC, a professional services company providing equipment for environmental monitoring, nondestructive testing, visual inspection, and continuous emissions monitoring, today announced an agreement in which Pine Environmental will become an official distributor of the award-winning Guardian® S remote visual inspection and a surveillance robot.
In a world where people are embracing domestic road trips due to the impact of the pandemic, a recently launched initiative in NSW aims to use artifical intelligence (AI) to make our road travel safer.
Shell rings and shell mounds left by the indigenous people around 3000 to 3500 years ago are still found in the deep dense coastal forests and marshes of the American Southeast.
Velodyne Lidar, Inc. today announced ANYbotics is equipping its autonomous mobile robots with Velodyne’s Puck™ lidar sensors. ANYbotics robots provide industrial operators with an automated robotic inspection solution to support efforts in monitoring and maintaining plants.
The bad odors produced by the Waste Water Treatment Plants, known as WWTPs, have become a growing concern in the cities and towns that host these facilities and are considered by citizens to be the main cause of the perception of pollution, along with the dust and noise.
In a disaster, time is of the essence when searching for potential victims who may be difficult to find.
Brunswick Corporation announced today that it has entered into a new partnership with Carnegie Robotics LLC (CRL), a leading provider of advanced robotics, sensors and autonomous solutions for a wide range of commercial and government applications.