A seafloor monitoring program has been conducted in Australia where they can accurately keep the changes caused in the environment under surveillance.
Scientists (from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) have come up with a technique enabling a flapping-wing robot to land autonomously on a horizontal perch with the help of a claw-like mechanism.
Having gained inspiration from the biomechanics of the manta ray, scientists at North Carolina State University have come up with an energy-saving soft robot that has the potential to swim more than four times faster compared to earlier swimming soft robots.
Lockheed Martin and NVIDIA today announced a collaboration to build an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven Earth Observations Digital Twin that will provide the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) with an efficient and centralized approach to monitor current global environmental conditions, including extreme weather events.
The Biobest, ecoation and Bogaerts partnership has resulted in the world's first autonomous IPM scouting and Yield Forecasting robot for greenhouses. The Belgian-Canadian collaboration has a combined global experience of 100 years in the horticultural industry and is well-known for the highest standard of quality and function.
Traffic and Parking Control Co., Inc. (TAPCO), manufacturer, distributor, and service provider of roadway safety innovations, is pleased to announce its new partnership with Vue Robotics, a veteran-owned robotics company providing persistent environmental monitoring of key infrastructure, roadways, installations and other mission-critical facilities.
RoboSense, a world-leading provider of Smart LiDAR Sensor Systems today announced RoboSense North America Headquarters established in Plymouth, Michigan, USA. Peipei Zhao, Vice President of Strategy who represented the RoboSense Headquarters, Ken English, RoboSense Sr. Director of Automotive Business, Kurt Heise, Plymouth Township Supervisor, and Luz Meza, Wayne County Director of Economic Development attended the opening ceremony and delivered speeches.
A group is using machine learning algorithms to research climate.
Robots can now learn directly from videos of human-robot interactions and apply this information to new tasks thanks to a new learning method created by SCS researchers.
Nearly all areas of the planet have microplastics, which are dangerous to animals if consumed. But once they find their way into the cracks at the bottom of rivers, it is difficult to get rid of such tiny particles from the ecosystem.