The Future of US Government Robotics

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


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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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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Table of Contents

The Future of US Government RoboticsExecutive SummaryKey FindingsOverviewPurpose Technology Readiness LevelsTechnology Readiness LevelsUnmanned Aerial SystemsCurrent State of Unmanned Aerial SystemsCurrent State of Unmanned Aerial Systems (continued)Future of Unmanned Aerial SystemsFuture of Unmanned Aerial Systems (continued)Unmanned Maritime SystemsCurrent State of Unmanned Maritime SystemsCurrent State of Unmanned Maritime Systems (continued)Future of Unmanned Maritime SystemsUnmanned Ground SystemsCurrent State of Unmanned Ground SystemsCurrent State of Unmanned Ground Systems (continued)Future of Unmanned Ground SystemsHumanoid and Legged SystemsCurrent State of Humanoid and Legged SystemsFuture of Humanoid and Legged SystemsMiniature RobotsCurrent State of Miniature RobotsFuture of Miniature RobotsAppliquésCurrent State of AppliquésCurrent State of Appliqués (continued)Future of AppliquésRobotic Exoskeletons and ProstheticsCurrent State of Robotic Exoskeletons and ProstheticsFuture of Exoskeletons and ProstheticsAutonomyCurrent State of AutonomyCurrent State of Autonomy (continued)Future of AutonomyArtificial IntelligenceCurrent State of Artificial IntelligenceFuture of Artificial IntelligenceConclusionsConclusionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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