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For the past five years, the Federal Aviation Administration has worked to establish regulations for drone operations, but its self-imposed deadline of Dec. 22, 2014 came and went. Due to this hold up, the United States is expecting 2015 to be a year full of drone talk, but will it also walk the ...
Happy New Year from the ROBOGlobal team! As always, we bring you the need to know robotics news of the week. Here are highlights from the week of Dec. 27 - Jan. 2 in the world of robotics and automation:
For decades the world has seen Alpine disasters that leave hikers stranded in the subzero, mountainous terrain without immediate rescue due to dangerous conditions for search teams. Each year, tens of climbers die in the European alps and life-threatening storms are growing more and more frequent...
In the constant whirlwind of technological advancements, developments of the future may make it seem far easier to forget about our past. However, quite the opposite is ringing true as drones and other robotic technologies are now being applied to help understand and protect our history.
Farmers across the globe are beginning to throw in their boots and let robots do the dirty work. From tractors that drive themselves to drones giving aerial views of the land, robotics are revolutionizing the world of agriculture- hopefully in time to cure the global food crisis.
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