Living Organic Robots – US Army Amidst Developments

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“Today’s robot’s primary limitation is power, strength and versatility. They can perform limited tasks for a certain amount of time. But it’s not really...
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Micro Drones Detect Dangerous Componds

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When there is a gas leak in a large building or at an industrial site, human firefighters need to go in with gas sensing...
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Innovative Amphibious System – Taking Inspiration from Nature

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A new system has been recently developed, and this one has taken some inspiration from the world around us.   Researchers from the Gwangju Institute of...
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Robot Dogs – The Four-Legged Future of Technology?

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We are all familiar with the global race for autonomous deliveries, led mainly by developments of aerial and wheeled vehicles, but other solutions might...
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U.S. Army Will Demonstrate Drones That Behave Like a Wolf Pack

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Later this year, U.S. forces will study UAV swarms within Project Convergence, which will be conducted with the Marine Corps and the Army.  Edge 22...
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Can The Cheetah Robot Provide Insight Into Tomorrow’s Robots?

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It is the fastest robot in the world, inspired by nature: the cheetah robot that can run, jump over obstacles, and plan a route...
Concept of swarm-caple insectlike mcrorobots, by the Korea Research Institute for Defense Technology Planning

Korea Develops Microrobots Inspired by Nature

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There are more insects on earth than any other animal. Possibly because of this, Korea recently announced the development of new micro-robots inspired by...
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From Aerial to Ground Vehicle – in an Instant

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In nature, organisms can often change shape to perform different tasks, such as how plants move to capture sunlight throughout the day. The octopus...
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China Unveils Giant Yak-Robot

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Many people have heard of Boston Dynamics, the robotics giant who became famous a decade ago with the robotic dog, BigDog, which had no...
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This New Drone Flies as a Bird

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A new drone project aims at improving the stealth capabilities and mission performance of drones that mimic birds and insects. The result is expected...
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Unique Feature for Nature-Inspired Drone

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Researchers from Stanford University developed a bird-inspired drone technology. Years of study on animal-inspired robots enabled them to build their own perching robot. Using...

Nature-Inspired Military Optical Development

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A new patent file reveals innovative research by the US Army in the field of anti-reflective coating, inspired by nature. In addition to improving...
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GPS-Denied Navigation Solution – Thanks to Birds

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Armed forces have to be prepared to operate in environments where GPS technology has been degraded or denied by enemy action. Findings of a...
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Miniature Drone to Serve US Air Force

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Military microdrones that can flap their wings and change their wingbeat mid-flight could soon be coming to a future battlespace. The US Air Force is...
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Snake Robot’s New Trick

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PhoSnake robots can use their many internal degrees of freedom to thread through tightly packed volumes accessing locations that people, dogs, and machinery otherwise...
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Insect-Like Mini-Drone to Assist in Search and Rescue Missions

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Typically, drones require wide-open spaces because they’re neither nimble enough to navigate confined spaces nor robust enough to withstand collisions in a crowd.  A team...

Nature-Inspired Robotic Swarm Under Development 

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Schools of fish synchronize their behavior without a leader: each individual fish makes decisions based on what their neighbors are doing, through a natural...

Nature-Inspired Development to Provide Military Camouflage

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Camouflage can protect military personnel and equipment from observation by enemy forces. A material that can change color on demand could lead to an entirely...
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Next-Generation Drone Development Inspired by Nature

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A discovery from the world of bumblebees could have applications for the next generation of drones and autonomous vehicles. An international study, led by...

Robot Dogs Recruited to US Air Force

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The US Air Force is working on deploying teams of semi-autonomous robot dogs to bases across the country in an effort to enhance installation...

Electronic Security Technology to Replace Sniffer Dogs

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A novel technology based on machine learning could replace sniffer dogs in finding explosives. High-tech sensors made from genetically-modified living cells can detect odors...
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Drone’s Airbag to Solve Collision Problem

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Drones are becoming a more ubiquitous part of our everyday lives, taking on tasks from inspecting bridges for cracks to delivering packages to your...

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Revolutionary Snake-Inspired Robot Can Move and Manipulate Objects

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Snake-inspired robots have many advantages over conventional wheeled or legged ones, like adapting the shape of their body, entering narrow spaces and moving freely...