Robotic Research Receives 2014 Tibbetts Award for best SBIR in 2014 at White House Ceremony
The Robotic Research-led Team built 9 autonomous Talon-based robots for the MAGIC 2010 competition in AU
Robotic Research wins first place in the CANINE competition during the Robotics Rodeo at Fort Benning, GA, 2012
CAMS-JCTD program vehicle demonstration at Fort Hood, TX (photo courtesy of GDRS)
DARPA PerceptOR program vehicles testing at Ft. Polk (photo courtesy
The TAC-C autonomous vehicle undergoes testing at Ft. Benning. (photo courtesy of GDRS)
Autonomous Stryker vehicles demonstrate leader/follower during VTI testing at Ft. Bliss (photo courtesy of GDRS)
Two autonomous Talon robots travel through a system of tunnels
The Lady Gwen robotic boat during unmanned systems testing in Baltimore, MD
A team of autonomous small robots searches inside a building
Robotic Research, LLC is a small engineering firm committed to finding innovative, cost-effective solutions in the areas of robotics, intelligent control, sensor processing and specialized computer programming. Robotic Research engineers design, develop, and test state-of-the-art autonomous mobility software.
On June 16, Alberto Lacaze and Karl Murphy traveled to the White House for a ceremony to present Robotic Research, LLC with the 2014 Tibbetts Award, presented by the SBA to high-tech small businesses for the critical role we played in the research & development for government and our success in driving innovation and creating new jobs.
Robotic Research has joined forces with the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR), the National Defense University, the Stiefel Family Foundation, Virginia Tech’s DREAMS Lab and Mechatronics Lab in co-sponsoring Virginia Tech’s Additive Manufacturing Grand Challenge. This is a student competition to create 3D printed aircraft and Ground Vehicles.