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Stratom Safety System to be Used in New U.S. Army Unmanned Vehicle
August 18, 2022
Using sensor data, machine learning, and more, Stratom has been tasked with outfitting the defense vehicle with internals that will help it navigate challenging conditions.
RISE Robotics Awarded $1.55M Defense Contract by U.S. Air Force to Develop Common Lifting Devices
August 12, 2022
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center uses the device for the removal and installation of the Silent Knight Radar array on MC-130J aircraft.
RISE Robotics Awarded $1.25M to Design Ultra-Light Loading Machine for the U.S. Air Force
May 30, 2022
With support from the U.S. Air Force, RISE Robotics is building lightweight technology to help load and unload heavy cargo.
Sarcos Defense Wins Air Force Research Laboratory Contract for Collaborative Sensing
May 20, 2022
Sarcos Defense has been awarded a DoD contract to develop a system that can quickly spot, follow, and identify objects. It could also help civilian robotics applications.
Near Earth Autonomy, L3Harris Demonstrate Drone Delivery of Blood to Medics in the Field
November 9, 2021
The drone delivery system demonstrated by Near Earth Autonomy and L3 Harris Technologies can autonomously deliver medical supplies hundreds of miles, potentially saving lives.
Gaumard Scientific Robotic Simulators Show Value in Training Obstetricians and Gynecologists
November 1, 2021
Gaumard Scientific's simulators have not only helped with training during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the humanoid robots have also been found to reduce medical malpractice claims.
Shield AI Raises Series D Funding for Autonomous Piloting of Military Aircraft
August 27, 2021
Shield AI, which takes a software-first approach to military drones, has raised funding bringing its valuation to $1 billion after recent purchases of Heron Systems and Martin UAV.
ARM Institute Issues New Call for Manufacturing, Aerospace, and Defense Projects
June 9, 2021
The U.S. Defense Department and the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute are looking to fund projects around topics such as AI in manufacturing and aerospace requirements.
Legged, Wheeled, and Tracked Robots Could Be on Same Power Curve, Find U.S. Army Researchers
June 6, 2021
From cockroaches to tanks, U.S. Army researchers have found that the same power-mass-speed relation describes both biological systems and mobile ground robots using different locomotion.
10 Ground Robots in Development and Testing for Military Applications
May 31, 2021
The U.S. Department of Defense and militaries around the world are working to improve the endurance, usability, and autonomy of ground robots for explosive ordnance removal and other tasks.
ARM Institute Launches Fellowship to Support AI in Metals and Manufacturing for Defense Suppliers
May 10, 2021
The U.S. Department of Defense is sponsoring several organizations that are collaborating to assist small and midsize manufacturers through the use of computer vision and robotics.
AeroVironment Completes Acquisition of Unmanned Ground Vehicle Provider Telerob
May 5, 2021
Transaction combines providers of unmanned aircraft and ground vehicles for integrated defense and homeland security missions in air, near-space, ground, and maritime domains.
Stratom Develops Robotic Refueling System for U.S. Army Autonomous Ground Vehicles
April 9, 2021
Stratom is developing an autonomous ground refueling prototype to help protect soldiers, optimize efficiency in the field, and supply ground vehicles and aircraft.
RE2 Robotics Launches RE2 Sapien Robotic Arm to Augment Human Capabilities
April 6, 2021
The new RE2 Sapien arms are designed for tasks from maneuvering solar panels to inspecting pipes below the ocean surface, says RE2 Robotics.
Primus Aerospace Adopts VELO3D’s Titanium Additive Manufacturing System
March 28, 2021
VELO3D has sold its first titanium-dedicated 3D printing system to be used solely for mission-critical aerospace and defense applications.