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  • Military-Robots

    Article written by Eugene Demaitre, Senior Editor, Robotics Business Review, Robolliance Expert

    Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) have been used successfully in recent military operations and are in increasingly high demand by U.S. forces. These systems consist of an unmanned aircraft; sensor, communications, or weapons, carried on board the aircraft, collectively referred to as payloads; and ground controls. The U.S. Department of Defense’s need to adopt new UAS technologies has opened the door for two companies that the robotics industry can consider as case studies for new military opportunities.

  • Testing and Evaluating an Autonomous System

    Article written by William R Norris, Ph.D., MBA – CEO of iMS2 LLC, Robolliance Expert

    A significant aspect of system design involves ensuring, through testing and evaluation of platforms, that requirements and quality standards are satisfied. There are several important benefits derived from platform evaluations. Evaluating systems, subsystems, and components, especially early in the development cycle, achieves two fundamental objectives. The objectives include: 1) determining system performance capabilities, and 2) identifying potential design problems to support timely improvements.

  • Educating Drivers about Autonomous Vehicle Technology

    Article written by A. Mufit Ferman, Ph .D., Sharp Laboratories of America, Inc., Robolliance Expert

    Since the introduction of the modern cruise control in the Chrysler Imperial in 1958, automobile manufacturers have launched innovative technologies to ease the burden on the driver and prevent accidents. Especially in the last twenty years, driver-assist systems have become more commonplace in cars. Active cruise control, blind spot detection, lane departure warning, collision warning/prevention, and automatic parking are increasingly offered as standard features on many vehicles.

UGVs in Security and Surveillance
Unlike aerial drones or underwater robotics, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) operate on land and navigate without a human driver. UGVs maneuver on most types of terrain for surveillance and maintenance patrols. When it comes to security, UGVs can be equipped to assist and extend human capabilities to perform what is normally deemed dirty, dull and dangerous, leaving manpower to focus on the greater security risks facing society today.

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