Responsible Robotics is creating new technologies that enable drone operators to easily comply with emerging Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
Responsible Robotics aims to increase drone operator accountability5/1/2016, by Daniel McGlynn Photo by Noah Berger; graphics courtesy Responsible Robotics “No systems used to identify regular aircraft today are suitable for drones. that’s why we moved to this very cheap, low-power, low-weight solution, anticipating that soon the FAA will require that drones have their own identification system.” – Aislan Foina | postdoctoral researcher and co-founder of Responsible Robotics This spring, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that registered unmanned aircraft operators now outnumber licensed manned aircraft pilots. Raja Sengupta, professor of civil... X
On the road to driverless cars
5/24/2016 Berkeley Science Review - How Berkeley research, including foundational work by PATH plus recent advances in engineering and computer science, is fundamental to industry progress on automated transportation.
This is how cities of the future will get their energy
5/23/2016 Washington Post - In a paper written for Science magazine, UC Berkeley professor of energy and resources, public policy and nuclear engineering Daniel Kammen explores the potential for using renewable energy technologies in urban areas to promote low-carbon, resilient and livable cities.
San Francisco, UC Berkeley team up to tackle transit challenges
5/5/2016 - UC Berkeley transportation researchers joined San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee in inviting the region’s tech companies to join the Smart City Challenge, a Department of Transportation competition that could bring $40 million to the city and UC Berkeley to create the nation’s first smart transportation network.
MOOC pioneer Armando Fox cited for leadership in education
5/5/2016 Association for Computing Machinery - EECS professor Armando Fox, a trailblazer in technology-enhanced education and the Massive Online Open Courses field, has been selected to receive the Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award from the Association for Computing Machinery.