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.
Robotic Research was awarded the Phase I SBIR entitled Safe Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles for Installations (SAUVI) to provide a comprehensive surveillance tool suite that will be used for real-time persistent surveillance.
Robotic Research wins ARIBO Contract. ARIBO is a new approach to technology transition for the Army. It is a series of "living" laboratories that coordinate effort and investment to accelerate the adoption of automated technologies by placing them in useful scenarios where they can safely have a positive impact -- today. ARIBO aligns objectives across government agencies and affordably leverages investments in automated ground systems for common goals.