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Thanks to a $108.1million  contraet,Northrop  Grumman  will provide  theU.S.Navy with 10 more intelligence,surveillance  and reconnaissance unmanned   helicopters.

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This Week in the Unmanned Systems and Robotics World

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Autonomous vehicle software company Oxbotica has announced the completion of a £14 million (more than $18.5 million USD) investment, which will be used to support the “next stage of its growth strategy,” the company says.

According to Oxbotica, the investment will be used to further accelerate its sustained growth, which has already seen it generate “significant” revenues, the company says, from an international customer base. Some of the company’s customers include well-known businesses in sectors such as aerospace, automotive, construction, logistics and mining.

Oxbotica’s software has been utilized for several “industry-leading projects” that are testing the future application of autonomy, including with Ocado, at Heathrow Airport in Longford, England, and on major city streets.

The US Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Carderock Division has selected Sonardyne Inc.’s underwater target tracking technology to use at its South Florida Ocean Measurement Facility (SFOMF).

Described as the largest, most comprehensive establishment of its kind in the world, Carderock Division is the US Navy’s research, engineering, modeling, and test center for surface and undersea technologies. Located close to the Gulf Stream, Carderock’s SFOMF offers a “demanding open ocean test environment” for subsea systems and UUVs being developed for the Navy, as well as the wider maritime industry. 

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