The Federal Aviation Administration will soon name the 10 winners of drone Integration Pilot Program that will help expand the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace.
The Pentagon's experimental unit wants ideas on how to use drones to deliver medical supplies to troops in remote locations.
Over 20 federal agencies are experimenting with robotic process automation, a technology that some estimate could save the federal government billions of dollars.
The Bureau of Fiscal Service discovered that managing robotic process automation
is more like managing staff than it thought.
The White House has proposed allowing the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security to detect and disable drones that pose a safety or security threat to specific U.S.-based assets or missions.
The Fort Benning-based center would work with academia and industry on integrating robotics and autonomous systems into combat teams.
As early adopters of unmanned systems, state transportation departments hope to shape the conversation around the evolving technology.
DARPA's Offensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics program uses game-based architecture to manage unmanned swarms of aerial and ground devices.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a pair of RadPiper robots to help find uranium deposits inside pipes.
The Hive Final Mile project uses a mobile application for placing orders to drones that are launched from their "hive" to deliver supplies to troops in the field.
The Federal Aviation Administration will soon roll out tests of its near-real-time authorization processing system for drones and will add more mapping providers to the effort.
The Office of Naval Research wants an explosive ordnance disposal "technician" with more dexterity and increased awareness.
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