Tamagawa Seiki Co., Ltd. is a globally leading Japanese manufacturer of motion control components and systems centred around its long-established expertise in high precision angular measurement.
Volvo Group Venture Capital AB invests in the Canadian founded company Waabi Innovation Inc, developing the next generation of autonomous trucking technology.
As countries aim to develop weapons traveling at Mach 5 and faster, a team of researchers guided by experts from the University of Arizona has developed a “brain” for high-speed interceptors and vehicles.
Visualize a group of robots and humans working in unison to process online orders—real-life workers advantageously positioned among their robotic coworkers who are moving judiciously to and fro in a warehouse space, gathering items to be shipped to customers.
Scientists from Tokyo Metropolitan University have designed a virtual reality (VR) remote collaboration platform which allows users on Segways to share what they see as well as what they feel while accelerating as they move.
Self-driving automobiles are the future of transportation, and, as they navigate the land, air, or sea, these autonomous automobiles will need to converse with each other.
Three underwater robots have been launched by the University of Gothenburg in the Baltic sea close to the leakages on the Nord Stream gas pipelines.
DroneDeploy, a top aerial reality capture platform player, recently signed a definitive agreement to purchase StructionSite, a top provider of ground reality capture for the construction sector.
The Lynx Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV) from American Rheinmetall Vehicles will be more lethal, courtesy of L3Harris Technologies’ battlefield awareness systems’ rapid recognition and targeting capabilities.
Nauticus Robotics, Inc. (“Nauticus” or “Company”), a developer of autonomous ocean robots and associated services, announced today that it has been awarded a second multi-million dollar contract by the U.S. Defense Innovation Unit (“DIU”) for the development of an amphibious unmanned system also utilizing the Company’s autonomous command and control software platform, ToolKITT.