活动

  • hao 88 发布了更新 6个月, 3周 之前

    Robotics experts have developed a software to ensure that if military robots fall, they will be able to get themselves up again.

    Experts at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory have built software to work out whether any given robot could get itself “back on its feet” after being overturned.

    The technology is crucial for keeping soldiers safe. The last thing military personnel need is to leave the safety of a vehicle, for example, to adjust an overturned IED-seeking robot.

    “One Soldier told me that he valued his robot so much, he got out of his vehicle to rescue the robot when he couldn’t get it turned back over,” said ARL researcher Dr. Chad Kessens, in a statement. “That is a story I never want to hear again.”

Sections

Shows

Local News

Tools

About Us

Follow Us

跳至工具栏