Runoff in waters near the coasts is connected to the degradation and pollution of coral reefs and other oceanic ecosystems.
Australian scientists have used reverse engineering, for the first time, on the visual systems of hoverflies to sense the acoustic signatures of drones from nearly 4 km away.
Greenland’s glaciers are the front line of climate change and could be crucial in forecasting the rise in global sea level, but so far, science has been unable to solve the mystery of what goes on at the underwater face of these glaciers.
Brain Corp, an artificial intelligence (AI) company creating transformative core technology in robotics, today announced the launch of BrainOS® Mobile, a mobile application connecting operators and managers directly with their BrainOS®-powered robotic fleets and providing real-time visibility on machine locations, status and performance.
Researchers at UC Riverside have developed a floating, robotic film that could be trained to absorb oil spills at sea or eliminate contaminants from drinking water. The robotic film, fueled by water and powered by light, could be used indefinitely to clean remote areas in which it would be difficult to recharge using other means.
“It’s a place of limitless imagination.” This was the comment made by Professor Burak Kantarci from the University of Ottawa (uOttawa) regarding the Faculty of Engineering’s new Smart Connected Vehicles Innovation Center, which was inaugurated in October.
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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The aim behind a new international project is to develop advanced AI programs that will allow machines to learn gradually over a lifetime and share that input with each other.
In partnership with Nexxis, a remote visual inspection, non-destructive testing and robotics company, Fugro has demonstrated how their remote operations capability can be applied to space through satellite-controlled robots. The
Today WiBotic – a leader in advanced autonomous charging and fleet energy management solutions for the rapidly expanding ecosystem of aerial, mobile, marine, and space robotics – and Clearpath Robotics, a global leader of unmanned robotic vehicles for research and development announced the immediate availability of wireless charging kits for two models of autonomous robots: Jackal UGV and Husky UGV.