Innovations in unmanned technologies for humanitarian assistance, nonlethal weapons, and more
Sanchez, Susan M.
Lucas, Thomas W.
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CRUSER Funded ResearchFY17 Funded Research ProposalCRUSER has funding to support NPS Faculty research focused on any aspect of unmanned systems/robotics related research. Researchers are selected based upon presentations at our spring Technical Continuum (TechCon) or our annual Call for Proposals. Proposals that support concepts from our current innovation thread are encouraged, but all research related to unmanned systems or robotics will be considered.
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