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Day One at euRathlon 2015: Video recap

Inspired by the 2011 Fukushima accident, euRathlon is a civilian outdoor robotics competition focused on realistic cooperative disaster response scenarios. euRathlon 2015 takes place in the area surro...
21 September 2015, by

#eurathlon2015 tests robotic air/land/sea systems in realistic emergency response scenarios

On March 11, 2011, a tsunami and earthquake struck Fukushima Dai-ichi energy plant causing a major disaster. Since then emergency services have deployed robots to inspect the area and collect data. So...
16 September 2015, by

Field and service robotics: Live tweets and pics from #FSRToronto

FSR, the biannual single track meeting on field and service robotics, is on now in Toronto. With 42 papers on a range of applications and keynotes by Chris Urmson (Google[x]), Paul Newman (Oxford...
24 June 2015, by

Philae: A proof of concept for cometary landing

We asked Alan Winfield what the first successful landing on a comet means for the future of space mining. Find out his answer below. The successful landing of Philae on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasim...
01 December 2014, by

One giant leap: Rosetta and the space mining frontier

The Rosetta mission’s dramatic rendezvous with comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko captured the attention and imagination of the world earlier this month. It was thrilling to see an ambitious 10-year pr...
24 November 2014, by

Minesweepers: Towards a landmine-free world

Minesweepers International Outdoor Robotic Competition on Humanitarian Demining Detection and removal of antipersonnel landmines is, at present, a serious problem of political, economical, environm...
28 April 2014, by



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14 teams qualify for euRathlon land competition

Teams participating in ELROB land robotics competition tune up their robots. Photo credits: ELROB Buildings that are collapsed or on fire, tunnels flooded with smoke or water, unstructured areas subj...
17 September 2013, by

NASA to host workshop exploring ideas for protecting Earth from asteroids | NASA News Release

NASA has chosen 96 ideas it regards as most promising from more than 400 submitted in response to its June request for information (RFI) about protecting Earth from asteroids and finding an asteroid h...
04 September 2013, by

Mining Automation, with Martin Adams

Link to audio file (14:19) In today’s episode we speak with Martin Adams from the University of Chile about using robots in the mining industry. Mining is a dangerous job that would strongly benef...
12 July 2013, by

Space mining: Robots in the final frontier

Over the past two decades, robotic planetary exploration has generated an incredible wealth of knowledge about our neighbors in the Solar System. We now realize that celestial bodies within our reach...
01 July 2013, by
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Demining and defusing, with Frédéric Guerne and Paul Bosscher

Link to audio file (46:31)In this episode we speak with Frédéric Guerne, director of Digger DTR, and with Paul Bosscher, chief robotics engineer at Harris Corp., about robots which assist us in demi...
15 July 2011, by







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