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Entrepreneurs and roboticists want to learn about the Pentagon’s new programs to engage non-traditional performers. It’s the first and most important lesson we learned from last week’s Robotics Fast Track West Coast Tour.
The post below is written by Centeye President Geof Barrows. Centeye is a member of the TandemNSI community. The next frontier in small UAV operations is the near-Earth environment, where GPS is inadequate and the structure cannot be known beforehand. As part of an Air Force funded project, Centeye has prototyped a vision-based system to …
Seattle’s robotics and entrepreneur community showed up in force Tuesday night to kick off the DARPA Robotics Fast Track West Coast Tour with an engaged discussion about the program and the opportunities to receive government funding for robotics projects.