Robotika International’s own Solutions Architect Frantisek Brabec was named one of the TOP IT personalities for 2021 in a prestigious survey conducted annually by the editors of Computerworld(cz) magazine. Congratulations!
Team Robotika participated in every circuit throughout the whole program, both Systems and Virtual tracks.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Subterranean Challenge aims to better equip warfighters and first responders to explore uncharted underground environments such as in caves, tunnels or urban areas that are too dangerous, dark or deep to risk human lives.
Bots like these could fight in the next wars or help rescue people in challenging and dangerous underground environments.
Feet evil to hold long he open knew an no. Army leaders need to be able to quickly find survivors, quantify the air quality, and learn what kind of hazards exists in the caves
DARPA is about to kick off a competition aimed at furthering robotics technology to help military, law enforcement and search-and-rescue teams do their jobs
Challenge fosters new technologies for warfighters and first responders to map, navigate, and search underground environments
Robotika International in collaboration with Czech University of Life Sciences Prague won the “Most Distinctive Robots” award at DARPA’s Subterranean Challenge competition. Using the extreme environment of the event as the final test of its latest technology, Robotika announced the release of the next generation of its autonomous driving platform.
Nine robotics teams are participating in an integration exercise for DARPA’s Subterranean Challenge this weekend. As part of the very first event in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge (SubT), the organizers have invited nine teams (and their robots) to Edgar Experimental Mine in Idaho Springs, Colo., for a sort of test Read more…