Robotics

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Space robot partnership brings 'Power' glove to life

Space robot partnership brings 'Power' glove to life
Robotic glove technology developed out of a partnership between General Motors and NASA for use on the International Space Station is being brought to life in health care, manufacturing and other applications through a licensing agreement between GM and Bioservo Technologies AB, a Swedish medical technology company.
7th July 2016

Drone hunter recognises & prevents remote microdrones

Microdrones, that fly above prohibited areas are an increasing security risk. R&S ARDRONIS enables users to identify drone control signals early on, locate and even stop the drone.
17th June 2016

3D-printed pilotless aircraft navigates Antarctic ice

3D-printed pilotless aircraft navigates Antarctic ice
A tiny pilotless aircraft, built by the University of Southampton, has launched from the Royal Navy’s ice patrol ship HMS Protector for the first time to assist with navigating through the Antarctic. The 3D-printed aircraft, along with a quadcopter, scouted the way for the survey ship so she could find her way through the thick ice of frozen seas.
15th April 2016


Self-driving warship helps reduce naval operating costs

Self-driving warship helps reduce naval operating costs
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been employed in military applications for some time. However, in a major advancement, driverless military vehicles may soon be a common sight on the world’s oceans as well as in the skys.
8th April 2016

Humanoid robots to build tomorrow's aircraft

Humanoid robots to build tomorrow's aircraft
Developing humanoid robotic technology to perform difficult tasks in aircraft manufacturing facilities is the goal of a four-year joint research project, which is being conducted by the Joint Robotics Laboratory (CNRS/AIST)1 and Airbus Group. It will officially be launched on 12th February 2016 at the French Embassy in Tokyo2.
17th February 2016

Drone training solutions to IRM industry

Drone training solutions to IRM industry
An exciting new joint venture has been announced between drone training solutions provider, UAV-Air, and Rigg-Access, to introduce drone training solutions to the survey industry.
15th December 2015

Significant advance in autonomous ASW

British company Blue Bear Systems Research (BBSR) is promoting its Autonomous Sonobuoy Deployment (ASD) capability that significantly enhances Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) operations. The system, which combines hardware and software, has been developed the globally recognised specialists in the design, development, evaluation and implementation of unmanned systems. BBSR supplies leading military and industry customers around the world, including the UK Ministry of Defence. The company sees enormous potential for ASD, which is designed for use with both manned and unmanned rotary wing and fixed wing maritime platforms.
5th November 2015


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