Sentry View Systems has declared the release of the SentryPOST, a completely integrated remote monitoring solution, ideal for inspecting any area from a safe location.
Imagine combining bioengineering, military drones and Sumo wrestling. This is exactly what over 500 middle and high school students from Riverside and San Bernardino counties will do at the Bourns College of Engineering on Saturday.
A robot that can follow marine organisms underwater for considerable distances would be key to learning more about these organisms.
The U.S. Army is building smarter robots to help it complete the more dangerous tasks with minimal risk to human lives. It already has an existing fleet of about 3,000 small tactical robots deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan which use sensor technology to sweep sensitive areas for Improvised Explosive Devices or IED's.
Contineo Robotics and Remotec are entering into a partnership to develop life saving technology. Remotec is a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman, the global security firm. The collaboration based in Oklahoma City will improve tactics used by first responders in crisis situations.
Searidge Technologies has declared that it has been chosen by Malta Air Traffic Services (MATS), Malta International Airport’s air navigation service provider, for offering ground surveillance solution for the airport.
Ricardo has declared that its heavy-fuel Wolverine3 engine for powering Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) has successfully accomplished its first in-flight tests at the Nevada National Security Site of the National Nuclear Security Administration.
Michael Jenkin, Professor in York’s Faculty of Science & Engineering and his research team at the York’s Center for Vision Research, have developed an AquaTable archetype a water-resistant controller that performs wireless monitoring of the AQUA robot.
Wesley Randall Professor at the Auburn University and his research team are developing an unmanned aircraft for performing various activities like guarding the border, moving goods between various cities, acting as a security force for airborne traffic etc.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has partnered with the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) to assess the existing Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor (SCRAM) technology employed in the nation’s courts.