MULTI-DOMAIN OPERATIONAL ROBOTS
The 2019 Robotics Capabilities Conference & Exhibition will serve as a forum for government, industry, and academia to engage on developing the robotics and autonomous systems of the future. This conference will help industry and academia identify where best to focus R&D efforts to better serve the U.S. military and showcase cutting edge robotics and autonomous system problem solving.
Call for Abstracts
The call for abstracts for technical presentations and demonstrations will be open from 13 December - 25 January. Abstracts will:
- Showcase the latest innovations in robotic and autonomous systems technology
- Outline how robotic and autonomous systems fit further within the Army's new 'Big 6' pillars of transformation
- Connect ideas and technology with current industry problems
Statistics based on 2018 Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference & Exhibition.
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