A FUTURE innovation campus site was the focus of the UK drone community for an event looking at how cutting edge technology can be used across a range of industries.
Scientists have engineered an advanced walking robot that could transform huge construction ventures in space. They tested the viability of the robot to carry out the in-space setting up of a 25-m Large Aperture Space Telescope (LAST).
Reliable Robotics, a leader in autonomous aircraft systems and Kenya-based airline Astral Aviation, today announced a strategic collaboration with the goal of enhancing aviation safety and increasing air cargo connectivity in sub-Saharan Africa through the use of automated aircraft.
The 11 previously unreported space anomalies, seven of which are supernova candidates, were found by the SNAD team, an international network of academics that includes Matvey Kornilov, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Physics at the HSE University.
Shane Farritor of University of Nebraska-Lincoln is planning to launch a miniature robot into orbit to demonstrate its capabilities.
OneSky, a leading uncrewed traffic management (UTM) solution provider, partnering with ARA Robotics, a Canadian drone company, announce the delivery of a Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) test range solution for operations carried out at the Qualia Test Centre, part of Quebec's UAS Centre of Excellence.
The use of space intelligent robots to achieve space exploration and space resource utilization is an unavoidable choice for the field of space automation technology.
The Louisiana Space Consortium has awarded a grant to a team of researchers at Louisiana State University’s Mechanical Engineering department to design and build a soft robot for future space exploration.
H3 Dynamics is announcing a new Robots-as-a-service solution for autonomous solar farm monitoring in partnership with Sitemark, a specialist AI-analytics company from Belgium.
A new drive system for flapping wing autonomous robots has been developed by a University of Bristol team, using a new method of electromechanical zipping that does away with the need for conventional motors and gears.