The use of robots and robotics is becoming more common across many industries. As these devices become more common and their use grows, manufacturers must understand the hazards they present, regulatory requirements, and testing options.
Engineers from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Science are working to create a robot that can draw energy from metal.
The United States Army has released a list of it most impressive technological advancements for the past year.
A new type of satellite has been developed that can fix other satellites even as they orbit.
Scientists from the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology in Russia have created a new strategy that could help improve interactions between robotic swarms and their human counterparts.
Scientists at MIT have successfully created a fleet of autonomous 'roboats' capable of changing shape to form a variety of useful structures.
Scientists from the University of Houston have created a new type of wearable sensor that is so thin and lightweight, users will forget they're even wearing it.
Scientists from the University of California, Berkeley, in a research project for the United States Army, have developed a new type of agile robot that could one day prove useful in search-and-rescue operations.
Scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology have created an ultra-low power hybrid chip capable of providing tiny robots with advanced abilities to learn new skills, as well as work with other robots.
Scientists at Northeastern University have created a robot capable of both walking and flying.