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Unexpected Advantage of New Robotic Bomb Disposal Tech

Bomb disposal robots with technology that allows human operators to “feel” their way through disarming explosive devices have been delivered to the British Army....

New Goggles Tech Promises Better Situational Awareness

A new goggles technology helps US Marines identify potential buried explosive devices, find hidden objects in foliated areas and safely conduct tasks that require...

Minesweeper – Now the Autonomous Version

At present, the UK Royal Navy’s equipment used to destroy mines needs to be manned by a crew and specialist divers can be required...

Meet the Scorpion

The design details of the Scorpion, the new multi-mission, ‘back-packable’ unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), was unveiled by Endeavor Robotics last December. The high-mobility UGV...

Record Investment in Battlefield Robots

Over the next few years, the Pentagon will spend almost $1 billion for a range of robots designed to complement combat troops at the...

The Global Race for Armed Robots

A new project by the US Army seeks out robots that would do the fighting for the fighters in the field. The project entails...
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Watch World First Hybrid UGV

The Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System (THeMIS) is the first hybrid fully modular unmanned ground vehicle in the world, claims Milrem Robotics. The vehicle...

This Robot Wheel Transforms Shape in Adaptation to Terrain

Robots using wheels, tracks, or legs each have their own advantages and disadvantages. Wheel robots, for example, are able to run speedily and efficiently...
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Register Now! Don’t Miss AUS&R 2018 Unmanned Systems & Robotics Conference...

iHLS is delighted to announce the Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2018, the leading event held for the sixth...
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Sea Mine-Hunting Mission Completed by Unmanned Systems

Unmanned systems have become a frequent tool in dangerous sea mine-hunting missions. Now, a modified version of the MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter has...
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Call for Startups: Pitch on Startup Stage at AUS&R 2020 Unmanned...

Are you startups in the unmanned systems field? This is your opportunity to get maximum exposure to the defense industries and the leading players! This...
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Autonomous IED Detection System to Save Soldiers’ Lives

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has completed the development of an autonomous improvised explosive device detection (IED's) system that will eliminate risk to human teams....
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Meet the World’s Most Capable Bomb Disposal Robot

The T4’s advanced haptic feedback lowers the risk for its operators by enabling them to “feel” their way through the challenging procedure of disarming...

British Army Gets New Robot

The British Army is about to obtain an impressive, advanced new explosive ordnance disposal robot with the ability to climb stairs, negotiate slopes of...
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Neutral Explosives Detection Algorithm in Development

In order to upgrade and improve airport security systems, the U.S. government and airport security experts are working to develop vendor-neutral software for explosives...

Development of UUVs is Accelerated

NATO members are accelerating efforts to cooperate on the development and fielding of unmanned maritime systems, according to an agreement signed by the defense...

New Israeli MoD Robotic System Enters Testing Stage

The development stage of the SAHAR system - a ground robotic engineering scout - has been completed by Israel’s MoD Defense Research and Development...


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Tiny Drone Gets AI Eyes to Navigate Autonomously

An autonomous navigation system for small, light drones inspired by insects combines visual homing (using visual cues for orientation) with odometry (measuring distance in...