With this weekend’s Super Bowl, FAA officials are pulling out all the stops to warn drone pilots to keep their aircraft away from the festivities.
The Robotarium would give researchers remote access to expensive equipment on which to test swarm robotics software.
Computer scientist Jerry Kaplan talks about automation and its implications for many government functions.
A recent report recommends a “hierarchy of countermeasures” to address the threats various non-state actors can pose using widely available and inexpensive drones.
The Agile Robotics for Industrial Automation Competition aims to make industrial robots more capable, versatile, collaborative and easier to program.
In its capacity as both a safety watchdog and a commercial vehicle user, government plays a role in the development of the automated vehicles -- for large fleets and consumer vehicles alike.
Customs and Border Protection reported a smuggling effort involving the use of a marijuana-laden drone near San Luis, Ariz.
Enforcement of the registration and data security are among concerns voiced over the Federal Aviation Administration’s site to register unmanned aerial systems.
A quick sampling of recent advances shows that the pace of innovation is picking up steam.
The new rule requires all but the smallest unmanned aerial vehicles to be registered. The site for doing so will go live Dec. 21.
An engineer with the Army Research Lab is developing software to help robots right themselves when they fall over.
Soldiers may soon be able to use several autonomous robots for beyond-line-of-sight communications and targeting.
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