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.
As the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games is approaching, it's urgent to secure the water quality of Guanting Reservoir, one of the water resources of the Games.
Optimistic predictions expect reliable autonomous vehicles to be commercially available by 2030, at a time when mobility is undergoing a profound shift away from traditional modes of transportation and towards door-to-door services.
According to a AAA annual survey conducted on autonomous driving, more than 70% of respondents have reported that they are afraid of traveling in a fully autonomous car.
According to a study performed by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) which involved 1,006 Singaporeans, safety concerns determine the extent of public support for autonomous vehicles (AVs).
GBT Technologies Inc., is continuing its research with AI based, robotics technology for the medical field. The research is now focused on remote operation robotics for use in medical procedures.
The majority of swimming pools in Germany lack sufficient trained lifeguards, and the shortage of this skilled labor is also leading to closures in a number of places.
The United States has an unlimited number of unplugged oil wells, which pose a major threat to the environment.
Terranet AB (Terranet/the Company), developers of advanced driver-assist systems and the creators of breakthrough 3D motion awareness technology VoxelFlow™, announced today that it’d be participating in STARTUP AUTOBAHN where it will highlight recent developments to its premier VoxelFlow™ technology.
Floating sea macro-litter is a threat to the conservation of marine ecosystems worldwide. The largest density of floating litter is in the great ocean gyres -systems of circular currents that spin and catch litter- but the polluting waste is abundant in coastal waters and semi closed seas such as the Mediterranean.