Robots in the Age of Pirates: UAVs and the Navy
So you’re using a camera-mounted-UAV to do a documentary in Oregon, and it crashes somewhere. This isn’t exactly legal, but the poor guy’s sunk $15k in the thing, so he wants it back. Now he’s just hoping that the police don’t realize that they can arrest him for it.
More Predator drones fly U.S.-Mexico border: You knew it was coming, right?
Speaking of the Navy’s drone program, they just got their first fixed-wing carrier-launched drone, the X-47B:
I was wondering when the Navy would get around to launching drones from submarines, but… they’re doing it via the trash disposal chutes?
Take a prosthetic hand, attach it to a robot arm attached to a robot tank, and connect the hand and arm to a waldo, and what do you have? A very dextrous bomb disposal robot.