Robots in the Roses
Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER)
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The 4th Annual Robots in the Roses provides a venue for Faculty & NPS Students to showcase unmanned systems research (current or completed) and recruit NPS Students to join in researching on your project. Posters, robots, vehicles, videos, and even just plain humans welcome! Families are welcome to attend Robots in the Roses as we'll have a STEM activity for children to participate in.
2014-04 Robots in the RosesA CRUSER Sponsored Event.
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Lim, Zhifeng (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2013-09);This thesis explores the reasons for the inevitability of the extensive use of robots in military organizations, projects the adoption timeframe for robots in military organizations, proposes how robots might evolve, ...
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