The Future of US Government Robotics

The Future of US Government Robotics

Developing Innovative Systems to Reduce Manpower Requirements and Human Exposure to Hazardous Missions

RELEASE DATE
07-Aug-2014
REGION
North America
Research Code: 9AB0-00-01-00-00
SKU: AE00122-NA-MR_00122

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Government robotic systems capabilities in all categories are advancing rapidly due to the substantial amount of investment and resources being dedicated to research, development, and testing. Robots will be doing a significant amount of the dull, dangerous, or dirty jobs in the future to reduce the need for manpower and keep government personnel out of harm’s way. This insight is a synopsis of where robotic systems are today and how they will mature in the future.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings

Overview

  • Purpose

Technology Readiness Levels

  • Technology Readiness Levels

Unmanned Aerial Systems

  • Current State of Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • Current State of Unmanned Aerial Systems (continued)
  • Future of Unmanned Aerial Systems
  • Future of Unmanned Aerial Systems (continued)

Unmanned Maritime Systems

  • Current State of Unmanned Maritime Systems
  • Current State of Unmanned Maritime Systems (continued)
  • Future of Unmanned Maritime Systems

Unmanned Ground Systems

  • Current State of Unmanned Ground Systems
  • Current State of Unmanned Ground Systems (continued)
  • Future of Unmanned Ground Systems

Humanoid and Legged Systems

  • Current State of Humanoid and Legged Systems
  • Future of Humanoid and Legged Systems

Miniature Robots

  • Current State of Miniature Robots
  • Future of Miniature Robots

Appliqués

  • Current State of Appliqués
  • Current State of Appliqués (continued)
  • Future of Appliqués

Robotic Exoskeletons and Prosthetics

  • Current State of Robotic Exoskeletons and Prosthetics
  • Future of Exoskeletons and Prosthetics

Autonomy

  • Current State of Autonomy
  • Current State of Autonomy (continued)
  • Future of Autonomy

Artificial Intelligence

  • Current State of Artificial Intelligence
  • Future of Artificial Intelligence

Conclusions

  • Conclusions
  • Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

  • The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career
  • Global Perspective
  • Industry Convergence
  • 360º Research Perspective
  • Implementation Excellence
  • Our Blue Ocean Strategy
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Government robotic systems capabilities in all categories are advancing rapidly due to the substantial amount of investment and resources being dedicated to research, development, and testing. Robots will be doing a significant amount of the dull, dangerous, or dirty jobs in the future to reduce the need for manpower and keep government personnel out of harm’s way. This insight is a synopsis of where robotic systems are today and how they will mature in the future.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Michael Blades
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number 9AB0-00-01-00-00
Is Prebook No