5 tech challenges holding back robotics

5 tech challenges holding back roboticsBy Mark Pomerleau Feb 25, 2016 Despite the many headaches unmanned systems have given government regulators, they can be far more efficient than humans for infrastructure surveillance, border security and bomb defusing.  Still, several technology challenges must be overcome before governments widely adopt  unmanned systems —  be they drones, humanoid robots or exoskeletons.  Five of those technology hurdles are discussed in a new IDC TechScape report: Worldwide Government Robotics Technologies, 2015. Traffic management. IDC notes that NASA has taken the lead on developing a UAV traffic management system that relies on geofencing technology to keep drones away from sensitive locations such as the White House or airports.  However, no more capacity can be added to the current radar-based air traffic control system to monitor low-altitude…

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