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Drone Designed to Inspect Skyscrapers

Drone Designed to Inspect Skyscrapers

Robotics Research
Nov 13, 2019
Find out how next week in Santa Clara at the IDTechEx Show!

Find out how next week in Santa Clara at the IDTechEx Show!

November 20-21, 2019, Santa Clara\r\n
Robotics Research
Nov 12, 2019
Self-Transforming Robot Blocks Jump, Flip, Identify With Each Other

Self-Transforming Robot Blocks Jump, Flip, Identify With Each Other

Swarms of simple, interacting robots have the potential to unlock stealthy abilities for accomplishing complex tasks. Getting these robots to achieve a true hive-like mind of coordination, though, has proved to be a hurdle.
Robotics Research
Nov 11, 2019
First in Flight: RoboBee Powered by Soft Muscles

First in Flight: RoboBee Powered by Soft Muscles

Researchers have developed a resilient RoboBee powered by soft artificial muscles that can crash into walls, fall onto the floor, and collide with other RoboBees without being damaged. It is the first microrobot powered by soft actuators to achieve controlled flight.
Robotics Research
Nov 8, 2019
November 20-21, 2019, Santa Clara

November 20-21, 2019, Santa Clara

Technologies shaping future retailing
Robotics Research
Nov 8, 2019
Latest IDTechEx Research on Autonomous Cars and Robotaxis 2020-2040

Latest IDTechEx Research on Autonomous Cars and Robotaxis 2020-2040

Autonomous driving holds great promises for increasing road safety and efficiency, as well as for decreasing future travel cost. According to IDTechEx's forecasts, global autonomous car (SAE Level 3+) and robotaxi services will become a $2.5 trillion market by 2040.
Robotics Research
Nov 7, 2019
Autonomous Vehicles for the Australian Army

Autonomous Vehicles for the Australian Army

Two fully autonomous armoured vehicles were the centrepiece of a landmark demonstration for the Australian Army this week, providing crucial insights into the capabilities of integrated autonomous technologies on future battlefields.
Robotics Research
Nov 6, 2019
Sensor Could be Used for Microrobotics, Augmented Reality, Wearables

Sensor Could be Used for Microrobotics, Augmented Reality, Wearables

For all our technological advances, nothing beats evolution when it comes to research and development. Take jumping spiders. These small arachnids have impressive depth perception despite their tiny brains, allowing them to accurately pounce on unsuspecting targets from several body lengths away.
Robotics Research
Nov 5, 2019
Technique Helps Robots Find the Front Door

Technique Helps Robots Find the Front Door

In the not too distant future, robots may be dispatched as last-mile delivery vehicles to drop your takeout order, package, or meal-kit subscription at your doorstep — if they can find the door.
Robotics Research
Nov 4, 2019
A Stretchable Stopwatch Lights Up Human Skin

A Stretchable Stopwatch Lights Up Human Skin

Imagine a runner who doesn't need to carry a stopwatch or cell phone to check her time: She could just gaze at the glowing stopwatch display on the back of her hand. Such human-machine interfaces are no longer science fiction, but they still have a way to go before becoming mainstream. Now, researchers have developed a stretchable light-emitting device that operates at low voltages and is safe for human skin.
Robotics Research
Nov 13, 2019
Find out how next week in Santa Clara at the IDTechEx Show!

Find out how next week in Santa Clara at the IDTechEx Show!

November 20-21, 2019, Santa Clara\r\n
Robotics Research
Nov 11, 2019
First in Flight: RoboBee Powered by Soft Muscles

First in Flight: RoboBee Powered by Soft Muscles

Researchers have developed a resilient RoboBee powered by soft artificial muscles that can crash into walls, fall onto the floor, and collide with other RoboBees without being damaged. It is the first microrobot powered by soft actuators to achieve controlled flight.
Robotics Research
Nov 8, 2019
Latest IDTechEx Research on Autonomous Cars and Robotaxis 2020-2040

Latest IDTechEx Research on Autonomous Cars and Robotaxis 2020-2040

Autonomous driving holds great promises for increasing road safety and efficiency, as well as for decreasing future travel cost. According to IDTechEx's forecasts, global autonomous car (SAE Level 3+) and robotaxi services will become a $2.5 trillion market by 2040.
Robotics Research
Nov 6, 2019
Sensor Could be Used for Microrobotics, Augmented Reality, Wearables

Sensor Could be Used for Microrobotics, Augmented Reality, Wearables

For all our technological advances, nothing beats evolution when it comes to research and development. Take jumping spiders. These small arachnids have impressive depth perception despite their tiny brains, allowing them to accurately pounce on unsuspecting targets from several body lengths away.
Robotics Research
Nov 4, 2019
A Stretchable Stopwatch Lights Up Human Skin

A Stretchable Stopwatch Lights Up Human Skin

Imagine a runner who doesn't need to carry a stopwatch or cell phone to check her time: She could just gaze at the glowing stopwatch display on the back of her hand. Such human-machine interfaces are no longer science fiction, but they still have a way to go before becoming mainstream. Now, researchers have developed a stretchable light-emitting device that operates at low voltages and is safe for human skin.
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