Increasing Human Potential
Read the latest on how unmanned systems or intelligent robots are helping researchers, public entities and corporations in ways previously impossible.
Increasing Human Potential
Unmanned systems increase our human potential.They enable us to execute dangerous and difficult tasks safely and efficiently, saving lives.
In collaboration with PPE Connect PGH and its coalition of local universities and manufacturers, RE2 Robotics has begun fabricating face shields for small- and medium-sized clinics.
PPE Connect PGH is helping healthcare workers on the front line in the fight against COVID-19 locate sources of existing idle Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
The African Drone and Data Academy (ADDA) has graduated its first students in March at a ceremony in Malawi, enabling them to build and operate drones and analyze the data from th
DJI has announced a new strategic partnership with fire service vehicles and firefighting equipment manufacturer Rosenbauer International AG.
Through their collaboration, the companies will provide anyone involved in being called to address an emergency situation with the benefits of digital emergency response management, through the combination of an aerial perspective with Rosenbauer's operation management system. The combination will enable the quick assessment of situations, and for informed decisions to be made regarding the safest and most efficient deployment of personnel.
Artificial intelligence company Diligent Robotics has announced that it has raised a $10 million series A investment.
Known for its hospital robot assistant called Moxi, Diligent Robotics launched in 2017 and since its launch, it has worked alongside hundreds of nurses to understand their work, and ultimately help them redesign workflows to incorporate Moxi.
You’ve heard the expression last man standing. Beginning April 1, a new competition will seek out the last drone standing.
In an effort to help equip first responders with the necessary technology to aid them during various operations, the First Responder UAS Endurance Challenge is designed to crowd-source as many inventive drone designs as possible for first responders.
As part of its journey to become the airline of choice for customers with both hidden and visible disabilities, British Airways recently became the first airline to trial fully autonomous, electric mobility devices in North America.
Exclusively tested by the airline’s customers at New York’s JFK Airport, the devices offer additional independence for customers who can't walk long distances but may not have their own wheelchair. Equipped with anti-collision technology, the devices allow customers to set their preferred destination anywhere within the airport. The vehicle navigates the terminal safely without the need for assistance from travel companions or the airport support team, which are currently responsible for escorting customers from check-in directly to the boarding gate.