UC San Diego Lab Developing Robots for Use by Military and Daily Life
At the University of California, San Diego Contextual Robotics Institute, students are building innovative robots that can be used for military applications and in daily life.
For the U.S. military, those robots can be lifesaving when troops are faced with the unknown on the battleground.
“The last hundred meters is where we have the most casualties because of snipers, because of booby traps, because of some people that are hiding in buildings,” said Henrik Christensen, Ph.D., Director of UC San Diego’s Contextual Robotics Institute.
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