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Air and Ground Robots Working Together

A research team at Yonsei University in Korea is creating new technologies for coordinating the actions of air and ground robots without GPS or expensive sensors.

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AUVSI Attendee Profile Tells a Story of Robotics

Attendee representation at a recent AUVSI conference on UAS technology in Las Vegas suggests the dominance of commercial applications vs. military ones at this time.

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Seen at World Maker Faire 2014 – Maker Jeffrey Moore

We met Maker, Jeffrey Moore, at last weekend’s World Maker Faire in Queens, New York. We loved hearing that  Jeffrey is teaching himself about robotics AND 3D printing through his Anibot project which he was showing off for visitors to the Faire. Says Jeffrey, “Anibots are …

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Marilyn Monroe, UAV Pioneer

Marilyn Monroe was working on UAV technology in WWII at the time that she was discovered and became a serious actress in Hollywood. These are little known photos of her before she transitioned to Hollywood.

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Coyote UAS Storm Observer 1st Test Flight

The Coyote unmanned aircraft system will fly into hurricanes and major storm fronts to gather meteorological data and measure wind conditions. It is parachute-dropped from a P-3 aircraft in a "sonobuoy" that opens in the air and releases the UAV to proceed on its mission.

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Chinese “Big Dog” Revealed

The Chinese military recently revealed their counterpart to the Boston Dynamics Big Dog "pack mule" quadruped robot designed to carry supplies over rough terrain, walking along with troops.

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Squirmy Robot Shakes off Any Abuse!

A rubbery robot with no skeleton moves through snow, mud and ice, and is impervious to fire and bounces back even if run over by a car!

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JAPANESE ENTRY AT ROBOSUB 2014!

At the recent Robosub event held at the SSC Pacific TRANSDEC Anechoic (non-echoing) pool, in San Diego, California, the Japanese team from the Kyushu Institute of Technology in Fukuoka, Japan, competed an advanced robot submarine of their design, named the “Darya Bird.” After the finals, the …

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Vertical Take-Off and Landing Robot Advance!

New vertical take-off and landing aircraft UAV design developed by NASA is said to be 4X more efficient than conventional helicopters. The key is distributing the power across many small electric propulsion systems on the UAV.

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Flowstone Workshop 14

TELEMETRY Networking Your Robots

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Shrederator vs. Touro Maximus

Shrederator and Touro Maximus send sparks flying in their short combat match at the 2014 STEMtech Olympiad. The match was held at the inaugural 2014 eMerge Americas event

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