Robotics Education Journal

07/27/2021

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.

07/23/2021

A new algorithm called “Sniffy Bug” shows how tiny drones will do dangerous work even in areas where they can’t use GPS. A new research paper documents the creation of the first autonomous small drone swarm that can detect gas leaks as well as other possible chemical threats.

07/17/2021

As posted 14 July by NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS: On June 7, 2021, NASA’s Juno spacecraft flew closer to Jupiter’s ice-encrusted moon Ganymede than any spacecraft in more than two decades.

07/15/2021

Robot designer/builder Walt Perko has created curricula and supporting robot product for educators teaching Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (S.T.E.A.M.).  Walt notes that the RoboGuts™ S.T.E.A.M.

07/13/2021

Jonathan Rupprecht of JRupprechtlaw.com has offered helpful advice to any who are naming a drone business launch in an article titled How to Pick a Good Drone Company Name.

07/12/2021

Thedrive.com has reported that Marines have conducted training with the Drone40, a low-cost, expendable drone that can be launched by hand or from a 40mm grenade launcher. The drones, which use a GPS-based autopilot, measure just seven inches in length and weigh under half a pound.

07/08/2021

According to Thediplomat.com, there is growing debate within U.S. foreign policy and defense circles regarding how the U.S. might help defend Taiwan in the event of mainland aggression.

07/07/2021

The United States Air Force and the Drone Racing League, the global, professional drone racing property, have announced a renewal and expansion of their partnership ahead of the 2021-22 DRL Allianz World Championship Season.

07/07/2021

The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) has announced it is sharing the design source files and full build instructions for its innovative domestic soft-gripper robot hands, with the goal of accelerating the field of soft robotics.

07/05/2021

Commercial UAV Expo Americas is North America’s leading trade show and conference focusing on the integration and operation of commercial UAS with more exhibitors than any other commercial drone event.

07/03/2021

Journalists, in particular, face ever-increasing cyber threats on a daily basis, and all who are active on the web should be aware of these hazards and the safeguards that are available to protect online privacy.

07/01/2021

The Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI) with global headquarters in Basel, Switzerland publishes international, open access, peer-reviewed, professional, scientific journals on numerous disciplines.

06/27/2021

AeroVironment and NASA plan to design a hexacopter using data from demonstrations of the Ingenuity robotic coaxial helicopter on Mars. The partnership is exploring a new six-rotor unmanned aerial vehicle concept, dubbed Mars Science Helicopter, with a maximum payload capacity of 5 kilograms.

06/24/2021

Veteran Air Force combat pilot Major Kyle Sanders, vice president of U.S. Drone Soccer, is working to make drones and robotics accessible to students through the emerging sport of drone soccer. July 31 to Aug. 1, the first drone soccer tournament is coming to North America.

06/22/2021

Speed Magazine reported that the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is teaming up with Sony, toymaker Tomy, and Doshisha University to fly a baseball-sized transforming robot to the Moon next year.

06/19/2021

Somewhat resembling MIT’s Mini Cheetah, the new MIT-designed dynamic acrobatic humanoid robot operates with a new leg design featuring actuators with higher power and torque density than the Cheetah.

06/17/2021

New research by Army scientists could lead to legged robots that are as efficient as wheeled or tracked battle buddies — a boon for dismounted infantry in rugged terrain, such as mountains or cluttered urban streets.

06/17/2021

Robotics Business Review (RBR), a leading online robotics news site at WTWH Media, has announced its listing of 2021 Robotics Innovation Award honorees. The global listing reflects WTWH's editorial opinion of the 50 most innovative companies in robotics.

06/15/2021

Founded by Blue Origin in 2019, Club for the Future is a foundation whose mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in STEM and to help invent the future of life in space.

06/08/2021

The Department of Defense and Israel’s defense ministry have jointly selected drone developer Xtend to provide a small unmanned aircraft system for use in remotely controlled operations.

06/03/2021

Jonathan Rupprecht is an attorney whose highly regarded practice, Rupprecht Law, P.A., offers comprehensive guidance to drone pilots on legal and technical matters.  Rupprecht’s many tutorials and educational posts have provided invaluable support to the drone/UAV and radio control (RC) communiti

06/02/2021

According to the Marinecorpstimes.com, the Marines are one step closer to finding ways to transport vital supplies to Marines on the move via drones.

05/28/2021

It was reported by C4ISRNet.com that the Aevum Ravn can deliver small payloads via a rocket booster to low earth orbit.

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