NASA Ames Robotics, Automation and Control Technology Showcase

NASA Ames Robotics, Automation and Control Technology Showcase
About the Event

Whether in the deep sea, on land, or outer space, robotics, automation and control technologies allow for fine-tuned servicing, control modification, and increased user convenience. Robotics, automation, and control applications can be seen in many industries and help save time, money, and energy. In doing so, these technologies increase effectiveness and efficiency. 

With years of research and development of autonomy and human/robot interaction technologies, NASA Ames has built a robust portfolio of inventions that are now available to the public through technology licensing. During this upcoming webinar, we will present three new technologies with broad benefits and applications in the commercial marketplace.

Schedule (All times shown in U.S. Eastern Time)

4:00 - 4:15 PM: Airborne Machine Learning Estimates for Local Winds and Kinematics

4:15 - 4:30 PM: Adaptive wind estimation for small unmanned aerial systems using motion data

4:30- 4:45 PM: Optimal Control Modification

4:45 - 5:00 PM: Technology Transfer Presentation and Closing

During the webinar, presentations will be given on each invention, and the researchers behind the technologies will take your questions. Please join us!

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