Researchers have produced the first untethered soft robot that works well in snow, fire, water – or traffic.
Recent research shows machines are getting smarter and more agile, giving them the potential to replace humans in a wide array of jobs.
Georgia Tech's Rotorcraft Center of Excellence is developing guidance technologies to allow unmanned aerial vehicles to fly more efficiently and safely.
Federal installations and universities are test beds for implementing autonomous vehicles in public environments.
Researchers at the University of Denver's Unmanned Systems Research Institute have developed 'sense and avoid' technology for unmanned aerial vehicles – a phased-array radar system that weighs only 12 ounces.