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Simple subtraction explains the impetus for self-driven supply convoys: For every autonomously driven vehicle, that’s one fewer human driver needed, and likely one or two fewer human escorts in the vehicle itself. Fewer humans means fewer injuries and deaths whenever the convoy encounters violence, like an ambush or an improvised explosive device. Then there is Read more

Autonomy

Robotic Research is known for providing the robust autonomous mobility for a variety of platforms. We are the first group to fully tackle the problem of autonomy in unstructured environments including off road terrain, dealing with pedestrians, dealing in areas without GPS.

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Robotic Research provides navigation solutions for a variety of vehicles and applications including GPS-denied areas, SUB-T and Megacities. In particular, we have developed navigation units for dismounted warfighters, autonomous ground, aerial and surface vehicles. Robotic Research navigation units are used in both manned and unmanned systems.

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