CRUSER Sponsored 2nd Annual Robots in the Roses (archived)
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A crowd of several hundred spent a sunny afternoon in the NPS Rose Garden at the 2nd Annual Robots in the Roses Research Fair. Young and old alike were introduced to the latest in robotics research and unmanned systems concept generation as CRUSER community of interest members from across the DoD, industry, and academia showcased their work. Highlights of the event included a welcome address by Under Secretary of the Navy the Honorable Robert O. Work; and a USV Design Challenge involving robot rubber duckies racing across the newly renovated Roman Plunge reflecting pool - an activity designed to inspire future roboticists to embrace the study of science, technology, engineering and math with zeal!
2012-05 Robots in the RosesA CRUSER Sponsored Event.
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