NASA will launch 12 science and technology payloads in an effort to study more of the Moon's surface as the agency prepares for more lunar trips by 2024.More
The Department of Homeland Security has posted a request for information on off-the-shelf technology platforms that employ a robotics architecture and could facilitate communications in border environments or missions. A FedBizOpps notice posted Monday stated the DHS science and technology directorate is interested in systems that can function to identify underground structures, obtacles, contents and potential threats at the southern U.S. border.More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will host a proposers day on May 22 to discuss with industry a new program that aims to build robots that will operate in orbit to support satellites and other space-based infrastructure.More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has started the process of soliciting research proposals for a machine learning technology to help autonomous systems determine its task competency and support human-machine teaming activities.More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has issued a request for information on the availability of a commercial off-the-shelf application designed to manage routine administrative tasks and generate documents.More
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