Powerful remote-controlled loaders may help clear the way for robots to work at Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant.
Qinetiq North America's latest military robot weighs about 10 pounds and is designed to be the forward eyes and ears of troops.
Blackfish is a remote-controlled Jet Ski from Qinetiq that uses sonar and radar to patrol harbors for terrorist threats.
The robot response to the Fukushima crisis becomes increasingly multinational as France and the U.S. send more machines to Japan.
It's skinny, it's solar-powered, and it can hang in the clouds for a good long ride.
It looks like a Jet Ski, but it's really a remote-controlled aquatic drone for harbor security and battlefield recon. And it's fast.
A month after the historic quake in Japan, robots and remote-controlled vehicles are getting to work at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Two-way hailers available for Talon robots.
A shoulder-mounted unit with four acoustic sensors and a chest display that attaches to body armor can show the direction and distance of sniper fire in a fraction of a second.
Under an $89 million Vulture II contract with DARPA, the defense contractor lays out plans for the unmanned SolarEagle aircraft to make its debut flight in 2014.