CRUSER Technical Continuum 2016 (archived)
Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER)
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CRUSER's annual NPS TechCon provides NPS Faculty an opportunity to explore selected concepts in support of our Innovation Thread - "Creating Asymmetric Warfighting Advantages.” The selected concepts listed below were generated during the September 2015 Warfare Innovation Workshop. Although the concepts below have been highlighted, presentations may be about any concept related to the Innovation Thread. These 15 minute TechCon presentations are designed to allow faculty to showcase how they might take one of these selected concepts to experimentation.
2016-07 CRUSER TechConA CRUSER Sponsored Event. Includes supplementary material
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