Table of Contents: December 2018
Army Robots Prepare to Go to School
The ARL’s development of autonomous vehicles will resemble a degree program.
Molecular Robotics Builds the Ultimate Miniature Machines
University of Manchester researchers seek to change the world one atom at a time.
Robots Lighten the Load for Marines
The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory advances device efficiency and interoperability.
Researchers Have Artificial Skin in Robotics Game
New nanotechnology also may identify fingerprints or generate power for small electronics.
Neurons Make the Robot, NRL Says
The Naval Research Laboratory works to create more dexterous machines.
Perceptive Underwater Robots
Carnegie Mellon researchers tackle sonar, 3D mapping and other technologies to improve the operational capabilities of AUVs.
Student Engineers Aid Injured Veterans
STEM meets wounded warriors to improve their quality of life.
Moving Beyond Passwords
Hardware and biometrics are up next in the evolution of digital identity verification.
COMMAND AND CONTROL
Exercise Reveals Capability Gaps
Saber Strike 2018 demonstrates the U.S. Army must modernize faster.
Sarnoff Award Dinner Honors Adm. Michael S. Rogers, USN (Ret.)
AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
The AFCEA Community’s Relentless Commitment to STEM
Mechanical Minions Will Change Our Future
Great Changes Lie Ahead