Don’t Miss the CRUSER Open-Access Webinar: Human – Autonomy Collaboration!

The CRUSER Naval Postgraduate School (CRUSER) is a highly respected academic institution noted for its work in unmanned autonomous systems and for its contributions in other leading technology and defense arenas. CRUSER holds monthly conferences and its upcoming August 2 event on “Human – Autonomy Collaboration” will be available to the public via Zoom. The discussion will address how to build human-autonomy teams, including “enabling requirements, adoption, and verification.”

After a welcome by CRUSER director Dr. Brian Bingham, speakers will include Dr. Douglas Van Bossuyt & Dr. Robert Semmens, Dept. of Systems Engineering, Naval Postgraduate School; Bryan Mesmer, Dept. Industrial & Systems Engineering and Engineering Management; and Kristin Weger, Dept. of Psychology, Univ. Alabama, Huntsville.

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The CRUSER Naval Postgraduate School fulfills its chartered mission by:
-Hosting concept generation / innovation workshops and events focused on the naval application of unmanned autonomous systems
-Funding research, experimentation, and student support critical to shaping NPS student education and continued development of relevant faculty expertise.
-Developing panels and Robo-ethics seminars tailored to a variety of audiences
-Conducting monthly web broadcast meetings and seminars highlighting current research by NPS faculty and students as well as CPI members
-Sourcing an on campus "Maker Space" open to all academic disciplines to integrate and advance robotics and unmanned systems research and education
-Managing a community of interest of 3,000+ members to foster communication and collaboration across DoD, industry and academia.

Our thanks to Robin E. Alexander, President ATC, alexander technical[at]gmail[dot]com, for her assistance with this report.