Latest DARPA Grand Challenge Stories
Carnegie Mellon researchers bring NSF-funded autonomous vehicle to D.C. to show promise of driverless cars
The youngest group of children to build an intelligent robot from idea to prototype in eight months will present ARVI (Autonomous Robot for the Visually Impaired) during National Robotics Week
Cybernet has been developing autonomous driverless technology since 1996.
Top eight finishers in 23km road test rely on company’s 3D LiDAR sensors to guide their intelligent vehicles. Morgan Hill, CA (PRWEB) November 25, 2013
During AUS&R in Tel Aviv, Veldoyne’s David Oroshnik to Assess Emerging Defense and Commercial Applications for LiDAR Technology Morgan Hill, CA (PRWEB)
Another DARPA Robotics Challenge contestant has looked to the Animal Kingdom for inspiration and given the world its first robotic chimpanzee.
The Google driverless car is making great strides toward presenting the idea of going robotic with our vehicles. Nevada appears to be the first state on board with this new technology.
DARPA reached out to a community of unmanned air vehicle (UAV) enthusiasts to help create new military aircraft, but failed to find a worthy candidate to win the $100,000 prize.
DARPA will be issuing a Grand Challenge for experts to build a humanoid robot that can navigate their environment and handle tools.
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