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N18-10-14-MapData-autonomous_drive
11 October 2018

To achieve the dream of autonomous vehicles and robots, it’s going to take much more than computer vision and artificial intelligence.

N18-10-14-gps-challenged-areas-locates-robots
10 October 2018

Scientists at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory have developed a novel algorithm that enables localisation of humans and robots in areas where GPS is unavailable. According to ARL researchers Gunjan Verma and Dr.

N18-10-14-gps-challenged-areas-locates-robots
10 October 2018

Scientists at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory have developed a novel algorithm that enables localisation of humans and robots in areas where GPS is unavailable. According to ARL researchers Gunjan Verma and Dr.

N18-10-14-GPSW2018-awards
9 October 2018

Four innovators in the fields of satellites, signals, services and products accepted Leadership Awards for 2018 from this magazine at the GPS World Leadership Awards Ceremony and Dinner on September 27 in Miami.

N18-10-14-NSWGovt-Tesla_Semi
9 October 2018

The federal government has announced a new $9.7 million investment in an Office for Future Transport Technologies, which it says will prepare for the pending arrival of automated vehicles and advanced transport technology.

N18-10-14-App-Galileo_in_smartphones
5 October 2018

European students and researchers are invited to compete in a new Galileo smartphone app competition sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA).

N18-10-07-Cohda_SA_DSRCtrial
4 October 2018

Driverless car technology that can "talk to traffic lights" and sense pedestrians around a blind corner will be tested on Adelaide roads this month. In a showcase of what the future of transport could look like, the Australian-first trial of two driverless Lincoln MKZ sedans will... read more

N18-10-07-IndonesianTsunami_SatImages.jpeg
4 October 2018

Before and after satellite images of Indonesia earthquake and tsunami, reveals three large inland flows of mud that caused severe damage in densely populated areas, connecting roadway to the bridge also washed away. Large chunks of the coastline are missing.

N18-10-07-RussianSLRtrackingGPS
3 October 2018

In an effort to make our satellites even more accurate, Russian researchers have developed a laser so precise that it can measure the distance between Earth and the moon to just a few millimetres.

N18-10-14-CSIRO-in-DARPA-challenge-Hovermap
3 October 2018

CSIRO’s Data61 will field a team to compete in the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Subterranean Challenge competition, which seeks new approaches to rapidly map, navigate, and search underground environments.

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