Robotics

CU-Boulder: Progress reported in far side of moon telescope project

CU-Boulder: Progress reported in far side of moon telescope project

BOULDER -- An astronaut orbiting Earth in the International Space Station has remotely directed a NASA rover in California to unfurl an "antenna film" that scientists at the University of Colorado... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday July 2, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Jack Burns, Terry Fong

SparkFun to host fifth annual robotics competition at Boulder Reservoir June 8

SparkFun to host fifth annual robotics competition at Boulder Reservoir June 8

BOULDER - SparkFun Electronics will host the fifth annual Autonomous Vehicle Competition on June 8 at Boulder Reservoir. Each year, the AVC invites teams from all over the world to take part... Read More

By: Steve Thursday May 30, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Chris Taylor, SparkFun Electronics

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews LOVELAND - About 50 representatives of local robotics and unmanned aviation systems (UAS) companies and firms that service them were able to connect with... Read More

By: Steve Thursday April 25, 2013 0 comments Tags: Ben Slocumb, Brian Argrow, CU-Boulder, DA2 Consulting, Dave Lung, FAA, Loveland, Numerica Corp., Roger Lopez, Stan VanderWerf, UAS