Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|News and Media|
|NREC Will Help Develop Autonomous ASW Vessel|
January 02, 2013. The Robotics Institute's National Robotics Engineering Center is part of a team assembled by prime contractor Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) to design, build and test an unmanned autonomous surface vessel that can track a diesel-electric submarine for months and over thousands of kilometers with minimal supervision. The SAIC has released a YouTube video showing how this new type of craft could be deployed.
|Carnegie Mellon Tartan Racing Wins $2 Million DARPA Urban Challenge|
November 05, 2007. A self-driving SUV called Boss made history by driving swiftly and safely while sharing the road with human drivers and other robots. The feat earned Carnegie Mellon University's Tartan Racing first place in the DARPA Urban Challenge and a $2 million cash award.
|Robot Sensor Boat
This work will form a critical segment of the ocean portion of the Earth Science Sensor Web concept...
August 04, 2009 - Length: 1:20
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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