UGV& Robots

UGV& Robots

combat robots

Faced with low recruitment and an increased demand for soldiers, the US Department of Defense has been trying to enhance its combat robots power...
robotic capabilities

A known model of the MRZR all-terrain vehicle gets robotic capabilities. The vehicle that can fit inside an MV-22 Osprey helicopter and fly troops...
unmanned strike vehicle

A new unmanned strike vehicle called the Soratnik has been tested recently by Russia’s Kalashnikov Group. The Soratnik armored tracked vehicle is designed to...
Combat Vehicles

Gen. Mark Milley, the U.S. Army's chief of staff said that the service's future combat vehicles and helicopters will need to serve in both...
infantry warfare

In recent years we are experiencing a change in the way armies do battle around the globe: there are no more tanks-on-tanks clashes and...
human-machine teaming

The level of human trust in military autonomous systems influences their teaming performance. In fact, the  U.S. Defense Science Board identified six barriers to...

Ever since man has thought about reaching out to extraterrestrial planets, he has thought of what will he be driving once he gets there....
patrol robot

A new patrol robot with artificial intelligence capabilities leverages the proven Segway mobility platform in operating various security missions. The robot is equipped with...
wearable robots

MIT researchers are working to create "soft," wearable robots. Robotics researcher Shuguang Li and his team develop the material for a new breed of...

If a robot is sent to disable a roadside bomb—or delicately handle an egg while cooking you an omelet—it needs to be able to...
autonomous

Autonomous systems are a game changer on the battlefield and are expected to significantly enhance the capabilities of military units. Recently, Milrem Robotics successfully reached...
artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence technology is infiltrating the travel industry, and it’s bringing a host of new conveniences and capabilities with it, from personalized recommendations and...
swarm

Despite perimeter fences and other site barriers, intrusion into protected areas is not uncommon. When trespassing is detected in a protected area, the main...
autonomous mobility

Lockheed Martin's Autonomous Mobility Applique System (AMAS) logged more than 55,000 testing miles during the U.S. Army Extended Warfighter Experiment (EWE) at Fort Leonard...
robot

Missions such as clearing buildings, detecting explosive charges etc. in a hostile environment often endanger the lives of soldiers and law enforcement officers. A...
robotics

The U.S. military is leading the charge on ground robotics as it looks to produce an unmanned vehicle that can accompany troops moving on...
police

China is continuing its trend of robotizing human jobs. After replacing pharmacists with robots and developing a robotic police patrol officer, China wants technology...
drone swarm

Researchers envision swarms of more than 250 autonomous vehicles – multi-rotor aerial drones, and ground rovers – to gather information and assist troops in...
robotic

A Russian military robotic technology is expected to replace manned platforms. Col. Oleg Pomazuev who runs the Department of Innovation Research at the Russian...
security accelerator

Reminder: Applications can be submitted by November 25th, 2017. Are you developing an innovative technology in one of the following fields? Military technology, security, homeland security,...
robotic ordnance disposal

A leading robotic defense contractor for wireless video transmission modules for use in military remote ordnance disposal applications awarded a $343,000 order to xG...
robotic

Two companies hope to change the face of security using the interaction of technology and humans. Star River Inc. and Aerotronic have recently announced...

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