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A team of scientists in academia, research groups and industry are working with the US Army Research Lab to create nano-robots that promis to shape the battlefield for future warfighting
A team of researchers from the Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are developing an insect sized robot that made its first flight last summer. Half the size of a paperclip, weighing less than a tenth of a gram, RoboBee inspired by the biology of a fly and conceived through manufacturing breakthrough and miniaturization.
KVH is introducing the new Series 1750 Inertial measurement Unit (IMU) at Eurosatory. The module weighs less than 1.4 lbs. (<0.6 kg). The compact package and mounting features enable easy drop-in replacement to both enhance performance and reduce cost in retrofit applications.
Israel's avionics company Rada Electronic Industries has expanded into new areas in recent years, including mission systems integration, inertial navigation systems (INS), aircraft and UAV...
Based upon its unique MEMS technology based acoustic particle velocity sensor, Microflown Technologies develops and markets highly innovative products and (on site) testing services...