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DARPA – What Has It Actually Created? #Shorts


#Shorts You may know that DARPA is an American company fully dependent on the government. It was created as the answer to the USSR Sputnik 1 for creating technologies that could protect the country from all sorts of dangerous attacks. But DARPA has been more than just a military company. It created ARPA Net which was the basic sample of modern internet. Tags: robots, robotic, robot technologies, darpa, darpa production, darpa technologies, new darpa products, cyborg insect, spy beetle, robot worm, new robots, new robot design

Demonstrations of DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle Technologies


DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles without piling on armor. The demonstrations featured here show progress on technologies for traveling quickly over varied terrain and improving situational awareness and ease of operation. These demonstrations feature technologies developed for DARPA by: 1) Carnegie Mellon University, National Robotics Engineering Center 2) Honeywell International 3) Pratt & Miller 4) QinetiQ 5) Raytheon BBN Technologies Learn more at: 🤍

America's Book Of Secrets: DARPA's Secret Mind Control Technology (Season 4) | History


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) sets out on an initiative to develop nonsurgical neurotechnology - also used for mind control, in this clip from Season 4, "Mind Control." #AmericasBookofSecrets Watch all new episodes of America's Book of Secrets, Tuesdays at 10/9c, and stay up to date on all of your favorite The HISTORY Channel shows at history.com/schedule. Subscribe for more from America's Book of Secrets and other great The HISTORY Channel shows: 🤍 Watch more America's Book of Secrets on YouTube in this playlist: 🤍 Check out exclusive The HISTORY Channel content: History Newsletter - 🤍 Website - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 HISTORY® is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive, and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network’s all-original programming slate features a roster of hit series, premium documentaries, and scripted event programming.

DARPA's Cheetah Bolts Past the Competition


DARPA's Cheetah robot—already the fastest legged robot in history—just broke its own land speed record of 18 miles per hour (mph). In the process, Cheetah also surpassed another very fast mover: Usain Bolt. According to the International Association of Athletics Federations, Bolt set the world speed record for a human in 2009 when he reached a peak speed of 27.78 mph for a 20-meter split during the 100-meter sprint. Cheetah was recently clocked at 28.3 mph for a 20-meter split. The Cheetah had a slight advantage over Bolt as it ran on a treadmill, the equivalent of a 28.3 mph tail wind, but most of the power Cheetah used was to swing its legs fast enough, not to propel itself forward. Cheetah is being developed and tested under DARPA's Maximum Mobility and Manipulation (M3) program by Boston Dynamics. The increase in speed since results were last reported in March 2012 is due to improved control algorithms and a more powerful pump. DARPA's intent with the Cheetah bot and its other robotics programs is to attempt to understand and engineer into robots certain core capabilities that living organisms have refined over millennia of evolution: efficient locomotion, manipulation of objects and adaptability to environments. By drawing inspiration from nature, DARPA gains technological building blocks that create possibilities for a whole range of robots suited to future Department of Defense missions. For more information on Cheetah and DARPA's other robotics programs, visit: 🤍 To get the latest DARPA news, photos and videos, follow us on Twitter at: 🤍

A New Generation of AI Assistants


In this video, DARPA program manager Dr. Bruce Draper describes the technology he thinks could usher in the next “do-it-yourself” revolution. The Perceptually-enabled Task Guidance (PTG) program aims to develop virtual “task guidance” assistants that can work with different sensor platforms to help military personnel perform complex physical tasks and expand their skillsets. Unlike today’s AI assistants, PTG technology would be able to see what the user sees and hears what they hear by integrating with a microphone, a head-mounted camera, and displays like augmented reality (AR) headsets, to deliver accurate instructions. PTG performers recently demonstrated early successes of their prototypes by using the task of cooking recipes as a proxy for unfamiliar, more complex tasks, such as battlefield medical procedures, military equipment sustainment, and co-piloting aircraft. Visit DARPA.mil for more info.

A DARPA drug that makes people "cold proof"


Imagine a drug that boosts your bodies ability to burn fat and stay warm! Source: 🤍 #youtube #america #military #science #army #departmentofdefense #pharmacy #medicine #healthcare #hypothermia #cold #winter #soldier

The game-changing tech in DARPA's new missile


A few weeks ago, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) quietly unveiled a new high-speed missile program called Gambit. The program is meant to leverage a novel method of propulsion that could have far-reaching implications not just in terms of weapons development, but for high-speed aircraft and even in how the Navy’s warships are powered. This propulsion system, known as a rotation detonation engine (RDE), has the potential to be lighter than existing jet engines while offering a significant boost in power output, range, and fuel efficiency. The Gambit missile is just one of a number of programs placing a renewed focus on RDE technology, though for the most part, these systems have managed to fly under the media’s radar. Follow Dr. Chris Combs on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Steve Trimble: 🤍 📱 Follow Sandboxx News on social Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 📱 Follow Alex Hollings on social Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Further Reading Original Article: 🤍 Steve Trimble's work on Aviation Week (pay wall): 🤍 Carrier challenges vs China: 🤍 Citations: University of Michigan RDE history: 🤍 PDE Aircraft from the AFRL: 🤍 RDE Resources from Oak Ridge National Lab: 🤍 RDE Engine test: 🤍 Gambit program notice: 🤍 Navy fuel consumption: 🤍 Navy fuel savings from RDEs: 🤍 Navy patent from 1982: 🤍

NASA and DARPA-developed nuclear thermal rocket engine could be tested in few years


NASA administrator Bill Nelson announces that NASA and DARPA will collaborate to develop and demonstrate the Demonstration Rocket for Agile Cislunar Operations (DRACO) spacecraft, which will employ a nuclear thermal rocket engine. Credit: NASA

DARPA - robots and technologies for the future management of advanced US research


DARPA: robots and technologies for the future management of advanced US research. DARPA military robots. DARPA battle robots. Military technologies DARPA. Battle robots of the future. Technologies of the future in the US Army. 0:00 Introduction 0:53 DARPA mission 1:27 Project ARPANET 2:04 First "smart machine" or robot 3:00 The first self-driving vehicles and the first Boston Dynamics robot 3:30 DARPA robot racing 4:07 First Boston Dynamics Big Dog four-legged robot 4:57 Energy Autonomous Tactical Robot Program 5:14 Engineering Living Materials Program 6:00 Spy Beetles - Hybrid Insect Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems 6:18 Robot Worm - Project Underminer 6:40 DARPA - The Systems-Based Neurotechnology for Emerging Therapies 7:16 Robotic pilots with artificial intelligence 7:50 Artificial Intelligence Combat Air System - Air Combat Evolution 8:31 UNcrewed Long Range Ships - Sea Train 9:24 DARPA creates an intelligent robot swarm 10:06 Project OFFSET 10:22 Project Squad X 11:01 Battle of human robots on DARPA Robotics Challenge Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, abbreviated DARPA, or the Office of Advanced Research Projects of the U.S. Department of Defense, was established in 1958, almost immediately after the launch of the USSR Sputnik-1. The realization that the Soviets were about to launch into space not only satellites, but also missiles, greatly cheered up the government of the United States. The result was the creation of a unique agency with a huge budget, which could be spent at its own discretion. Watch a selection of the most unexpected, strange and advanced projects in the field of technology and artificial intelligence DARPA in one video! #prorobots #technology #roboticsnews PRO Robots is not just a channel about robots and future technologies, we are interested in science, technology, new technologies and robotics in all its manifestations, science news, technology news today, science and technology news 2020, so that in the future it will be possible to expand future release topics. Today, our vlog just talks about complex things, follows the tech news, makes reviews of exhibitions, conferences and events, where the main characters are best robots in the world! Subscribe to the channel, like the video and join us!

NASA and DARPA Announce Collaboration for Rocket Propulsion Technology


NASA and DARPA leaders deliver a fireside chat on a new collaboration to advance propulsion technologies. The conversation takes place at the 2023 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) SciTech Forum in National Harbor, Maryland. Participants include: - NASA Administrator Bill Nelson - NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy - DARPA Director Stefanie Tompkins More information on NASA at the SciTech Forum 2023: 🤍 Credit: NASA #AIAASciTech

Annie Jacobsen: Inside DARPA: The Pentagon's Brain


The internet, GPS, voice recognition programs like Siri – many of the technologies that we use today were developed with national security in mind. These inventions and many others began as projects of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Defense Department’s secretive military research agency. For more than fifty years, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security. The genesis of that mission and of DARPA itself dates to the Cold War and the launch of Sputnik in 1957, and a commitment by the United States that it would be the initiator and not the victim of strategic technological surprises. Working with innovators inside and outside of government, DARPA has repeatedly delivered on that mission, transforming revolutionary concepts and even seeming impossibilities into practical capabilities. The ultimate results have included not only game-changing military capabilities such as precision weapons and stealth technology, but also major innovations in modern civilian society. How do they do it? What makes this military organization such fertile ground for invention? What technologies with useful daily applications have failed to enter into civilian use? Can Silicon Valley learn from DARPA, or vice versa? Drawing on extensive interviews, declassified memos and inside sources, investigative journalist Annie Jacobsen will share insights into this top-secret organization. Speaker Annie Jacobsen is an Investigative Journalist and Author. The conversation is moderated by Andrew Becker, Reporter, The Center for Investigative Reporting. For more information please visit: 🤍

DARPA 2021 Year In Review


Top 10 Scary DARPA Experiments


Top 10 Scary DARPA Experiments Subscribe To Most Amazing Top 10: 🤍 Become A Most Amazing Top 10 Member: 🤍 More Scary Lists 😱 🤍 DARPA is the defense advanced research project agency, it’s an independent division of the pentagon. They’re responsible for all the experimental things that come out of the government. So today where going to be running through the Top 10 scariest DARPA experiments. Make sure you stick around for number one because its one of my favorite conspiracy theories. #top10 #scary #darpa #experiments #mostamazingtop10 Channel Producer: Landon Dowlatsingh- 🤍 Most Amazing Top 10 Instagram- 🤍 Most Amazing Top 10 Merch: 🤍 Hosted By: Che Durena: 🤍 Video Edited By: Ryan Wazonek For Business Inquiries Contact: mostamazingtop10🤍gmail.com Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

DARPA Gremlins Program Demonstrates Airborne Recovery


DARPA’s Gremlins project successfully flew an unmanned air vehicle (#UAV) and then retrieved it into C-130 aircraft while in flight. The complex maneuver is another step toward expanding the use and range of #drones in distributed air operations. darpa.mil/news-events/2021-11-05

#Darpa CRANE #Xplane will maneuver with Air Bursts !


🌏 Get an Exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ 🤍 It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! ✌ Can an airplane operate without elevators, flaps and rudders for flight control? The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) says ‘Yes’ and it has homed in on a potential alternative system. DARPA's new X-plane concept will remove moving external control surfaces, shifting from a century of standard aviation design practices. DARPA has moved into the next phase of its Control of Revolutionary Aircraft with Novel Effectors program, or CRANE. The project is centered on an experimental uncrewed aircraft, which Aurora Flight Sciences, a subsidiary of Boeing, is developing. In this video Defense Updates analyzes how DARPA's new X-plane concept would change the way US Air Force goes to future wars? #defenseupdates #usweapons #latestUSweapons CHANNEL LINK: Facebook - 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patron: 🤍 AUDIO: scottleffler.com BACKGROUND MUSIC 🤍 "Giant Wyrm" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 IMAGES USES 🤍thedrive.com / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 eurasiantimes.com / USAF 🤍 🤍ainonline.com / Russian Ministry of Defense 🤍 theaviationgeekclub.com / USAF 🤍 🤍defenceview.in / Russian Ministry of Defense 🤍

DARPA Operational Fires (OpFires) Successful First Flight Test


DARPA’s Operational Fires (OpFires) program has successfully executed its first flight test at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. The OpFires system achieved all test objectives, including first ever use of a U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) logistics truck as a medium-range missile launcher, missile canister egress, stable flight capture, and use of U.S. Army inventory artillery fire control systems to initiate the test mission. Lockheed Martin built the system, which includes a Northrop Grumman rocket motor, and conducted the test. The test demonstrated integrated technology maturation of key enabling components including the first stage rocket motor, missile canister, and missile round pallet (MRP). The MRP is designed for use with the load handling system available on USMC and Army logistics vehicles, eliminating the need for a bespoke OpFires transporter erector launcher (TEL). 🤍

DARPA Legged Squad Support System (LS3) Demonstrates New Capabilities


This video depicts field testing of the DARPA Legged Squad Support System (LS3). The goal of the LS3 program is to demonstrate that a legged robot can unburden dismounted squad members by carrying their gear, autonomously following them through rugged terrain, and interpreting verbal and visual commands. To learn more about LS3, please visit 🤍 To get the latest DARPA news, photos and videos, follow us on Twitter at: 🤍

DARPA Overview


Since its inception in 1958, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security. 🤍darpa.mil

Darpa the agency that shaped the modern world


Please like and subscribe my channel and press the bell icon to get new video updates. DARPA, short for The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the US military, and a research and development agency of the United States Department of Defense. As of 2021, DARPA’s mission statement was, quote, "to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security".   DARPA has been called the agency "that shaped the modern world," and the magazine “The Economist” has said that the list of innovations for which DARPA can claim at least partial credit for, is amongst others, Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, weather satellites, GPS, drones, stealth technology, voice interfaces, and the personal computer and the internet. It is clear that governments around the world have been inspired to launch similar research and development agencies, due to DARPA’s track record of success.   Before we deep-dive into DARPA and its projects, don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to get notified when we release more interesting videos about interesting topics. Let’s go!   DARPA, Originally known as the Advanced Research Projects Agency, or ARPA, creates and implements research and development projects, to expand the frontiers of technology and science, by collaborating with academia, industry, and government partners, often beyond immediate U.S. military requirements. DARPA was initiated by President Eisenhower in 1958, in response to the Soviet Union launching Sputnik 1 a year earlier.   In March 1972, ARPA changed its name to DARPA, but then changed it back again in February 1993. In March 1996, the name was changed once more, back to DARPA, which it is still called to this day.   Different from other military research and development, DARPA is independent, and reports directly to senior Department of Defense management. DARPA contains approximately 220 government employees, spread out in six different technical offices, including nearly 100 program managers. Together, these employees supervise and manage about 250 research and development programs.   The creation of the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) was authorized in 1958 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, for the purpose of forming and executing research and development projects, to expand the frontiers of technology and science, and also to be able to reach far beyond immediate military requirements. The creation of ARPA was directly attributed to the launching of Sputnik by the Soviet Union, and to U.S. realization that the Soviets had developed the capacity to rapidly exploit military technology.   DARPA's first director, Roy Johnson, came from General Electric, and assigned Herbert York from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, as his scientific assistant. ARPA's second director was Brigadier General Austin W. Betts, who resigned in early 1961, followed by Jack Ruina, the first scientist to administer ARPA, who served as director until 1963. Ruina hired J. C. R. Licklider, who got the role as the first administrator of the Information Processing Techniques Office, which played a vital role in creation of ARPANET. And ARPANET, as you might know, was the forefather of today’s modern Internet.   From 1958 to 1965, ARPA's main focus laid on major national issues, including space, ballistic missile defense, and nuclear test detection. During the year of 1960, all of its civilian space programs were transferred to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, and the military space programs to the individual services.   In 1959, ARPA played a role in Transit, also called NavSat, which was a predecessor to the Global Positioning System, better known today as GPS.   During the late 1960s, ARPA redefined its role and concentrated on a varied set of research programs. In 1972, the agency was renamed the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, DARPA, and during these years focused on projects like direct energy programs, information processing, and tactical technologies.   DARPA also made great progress during the 1970’s regarding information processing, initially through its support of the development of time-sharing. If you look at all modern operating systems, they rely on concepts invented for the Multics system, which were developed by a cooperation between Bell Labs, General Electric, and MIT. DARPA supported these by funding Project MAC at MIT, with an initial two-million-dollar grant.

The 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals


The DARPA Challenge is a competitive obstacle course that allows robotics teams to win millions in prize money. More than that, the challenge displays the future benefits of general purpose robots that could aide in future disaster relief. Subscribe: 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Visit our playlists: 🤍 Like The Verge on Facebook: 🤍 Follow on Twitter: 🤍 Follow on Instagram: 🤍 Read More: 🤍

DARPA ACE Program Makes Strides in Phase 1


DARPA’s Air Combat Evolution (ACE) program is half way through Phase 1 and has notched several key accomplishments in anticipation of live subscale aircraft dogfights in Phase 2 later this year. Achievements to date include: advanced virtual AI dogfights involving both within visual range (WVR) and beyond visual range (BVR) multi-aircraft scenarios with updated simulated weapons; live flights of an instrumented jet to measure pilot physiology and trust in AI; and initial modifications to the first full-scale jet trainer scheduled to host an onboard AI “pilot” in Phase 3 of the program. DARPA Program Manager, Col. Dan "Animal" Javorsek shares details in this video. For more information visit: 🤍

DARPA: A Culture of Innovation


The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has long been identified as having hit upon an institutional model that is uncommonly successful at catalyzing innovations that matter for national security (think here of stealth and smart munitions) and, at times, for society at large (think here of the internet and the miniaturized GPS in our smart phones). Among the ingredients of the agency’s “special sauce” are a deliberately fast turnover rate of the program managers who shepherd technology projects from start to finish, an embrace of failure as a valuable teacher, and a drive to hand off important nascent technology to those Service labs and industries that will take the technology to the finish line. In this video, which debuted on February 7, 2018 (the 60th anniversary of the DOD directive in 1958 that officially established the agency), the current as well as former DARPA directors explain for viewers what it takes to create and maintain one of the country’s most consequential cultures of innovation.

Sikorsky and DARPA Autonomous Black Hawk Flies Logistics and Rescue Missions Without Pilots on Board


Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have successfully demonstrated to the U.S. Army for the first time how an uninhabited Black Hawk helicopter flying autonomously can safely and reliably perform internal and external cargo resupply missions, and a rescue operation. Performed Oct. 12, 14 and 18 as part of the U.S. Army’s Project Convergence 2022 (PC22) experiment, the flights show how existing and future piloted utility helicopters could one day fly complex missions in reduced crew or autonomous mode. This would give Army commanders and aviators greater flexibility in how and when aircraft and pilots are used, especially in limited visibility or contested environments. Learn More: 🤍

DARPA: Ideenschmiede des US-Militärs | Galileo | ProSieben


Smartphone oder Smartwatch kennen wir aus unserem alltäglichen Leben. Doch die Technologie, die jeweils da drin steckt, stammt aus ein und derselben Firma. Nämlich von DARPA in den USA. Noch nie gehört? Galileo hat sie besucht. ►Galileo Lunch Break Videos: 🤍 ►Mehr auf Galileo: 🤍 ►FUNDA HAT EINEN KANAL: 🤍 ►Alle Videos findest du auf 🤍 ►Galileo auf YouTube abonnieren: 🤍 Galileo ist die ProSieben Wissenssendung mit Aiman Abdallah, Stefan Gödde und Funda Vanroy. Täglich um 19.05 Uhr kannst Du auf ProSieben die Welt kennen und verstehen lernen. Galileo nimmt Dich mit auf eine Reise durch das Wissen: Physik, Geschichte, Natur und Internetphänomene, Gesellschaft, Politik und alltägliche Fragen. Die Hosts Harro Füllgrabe, Jan Schwiderek, Jumbo Schreiner, Klas Bömecke, Matthias Fiedler, Akif Aydin und Dionne Wudu nehmen dabei vollen Körpereinsatz in Kauf und gehen allem auf den Grund, was uns interessiert. - Impressum: 🤍

A Compilation of Robots Falling Down at the DARPA Robotics Challenge


During a dry run before the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals, not many robots fell over, so we went into Day 1 thinking that falls would be rare. They weren’t, and the possibility of falls kept everyone watching on the edge of our seats. Learn more: 🤍 Edited by Erico Guizzo/IEEE Spectrum Footage courtesy of DARPA

Army DARPA's Futuristic Soft Exosuit Superhuman Technology Biological next


Army researchers are evaluating prototype devices developed for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. FOLLOW US! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 The DARPA Warrior Web program's goal is to create a soft, lightweight undersuit to help reduce injuries and fatigue while improving mission performance. DARPA is responsible for the development of new technologies for the U.S. military. Researchers from Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering spent the past two years developing a biologically inspired smart suit that aims to boost efficiency through a new approach. A series of webbing straps contain a microprocessor and a network of strain sensors. "The suit mimics the action of leg muscles and tendons so a Soldier's muscles expend less energy," said Dr. Ignacio Galiana, a robotics engineer working on the project. Future Robot Warrior Army Technology 🤍

A DARPA Perspective on Artificial Intelligence


What's the ground truth on artificial intelligence (AI)? In this video, John Launchbury, the Director of DARPA's Information Innovation Office (I2O), attempts to demystify AIwhat it can do, what it can't do, and where it is headed. Through a discussion of the "three waves of AI" and the capabilities required for AI to reach its full potential, John provides analytical context to help understand the roles AI already has played, does play now, and could play in the future. Download the slides at: 🤍

1.8 gigapixel ARGUS-IS. World's highest resolution video surveillance platform by DARPA


1 million terabytes a day saved forever. The ARGUS array is made up of several cameras and other types of imaging systems. The output of the imaging system is used to create extremely large, 1.8GP high-resolution mosaic images and video. The U.S. Army, along with Boeing, has developed and is preparing to deploy a new unmanned aircraft called the "Hummingbird." It's is a VTOL-UAS (vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial system). Three of them are being deployed to Afghanistan for a full year to survey and spy on Afghanistan from an altitude of 20,000 feet with the ability to scan 25 square miles of ground surface. 🤍 From Rise of the Drones Meet a new breed of flying robots, from tiny swarming vehicles to giant unmanned planes. Aired January 23, 2013 on PBS 🤍

See DARPA’s Latest Breakthrough Before It’s Announced


The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) has a history of world-changing inventions... GPS, Siri, the internet, the Moderna vaccine... None of them would exist without DARPA. Now the secretive government agency has teamed up with this off-radar company to save the future of computing. Without the breakthrough tech they are developing, the most exciting technological advances of our time — artificial intelligence, 5G, and the internet of things — will hit a wall. That’s why investing giants like Vanguard and BlackRock are pouring billions into the little-known company behind this groundbreaking solution... BEFORE a huge announcement that could come any day now... and could make early investors very rich. This is your chance to set yourself up for 950%... 6,893%... or even an incredible 12,795% gain. But you must act now. Click here for all the details on how to get in now: 🤍

Is DARPA What Makes The US Army The Strongest Army In The World


DARPA is one of the leading pioneers when it comes to military defense technology, robots and artificial intelligence engineering and manufacturing, it builds tanks, ships, and airplanes for the United States army under commands from the pentagon and supervision from the government. Here are some of the most amazing, yet scary inventions by darpa. Elon musk's life story is inspiring on it's own, but the way this man had changed the tech sector and started competing with nasa through spaceX and dominating the vast automotive companies through the innovations of tesla became the most inspiring to our team of tech geeks that are willing to share their brains electric wires through this channel, tech radar is dedicated to everyone that is interested on having an educative and yet a fun experience of exploring the latest world technologies.

ANYmal at DARPA SubT final run


This is a collection of all video snippets of the final run of the DARPA subT challenge broadcasted by DARPA featuring the ANYmal robots of team CERBERUS.

DARPA director: Technological advances in neuroscience "exciting and terrifying"


Arati Prabhakar, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, shares why she thinks innovations in repairing brain damage or creating prosthetics can pose important challenges for society.

Liberty Lifter


The Liberty Lifter program aims to design, build, float, and fly an affordable, innovative, and disruptive seaplane that operates efficiently in ground effect (less than 100 feet above surface), can sustain flight altitudes up to 10,000 feet mean sea level (MSL), and enables efficient theater-range transport of large payloads at speeds far exceeding existing sea lift platforms. Liberty Lifter will use low cost manufacturing akin to ship fabrication in building a highly innovative seaplane capable of meeting DoD heavy lift requirements (100+ tons) that operates with runway and port independence. 🤍 🤍

Team CERBERUS Wins the DARPA Subterranean Challenge


This article presents the CERBERUS robotic system-of-systems, which won the DARPA Subterranean Challenge Final Event in 2021. The Subterranean Challenge was organized by DARPA with the vision to facilitate the novel technologies necessary to reliably explore diverse underground environments despite the grueling challenges they present for robotic autonomy. Due to their geometric complexity, degraded perceptual conditions combined with lack of GPS support, austere navigation conditions, and denied communications, subterranean settings render autonomous operations particularly demanding. In response to this challenge, we developed the CERBERUS system which exploits the synergy of legged and flying robots, coupled with robust control especially for overcoming perilous terrain, multi-modal and multi-robot perception for localization and mapping in conditions of sensor degradation, and resilient autonomy through unified exploration path planning and local motion planning that reflects robot-specific limitations. Based on its ability to explore diverse underground environments and its high-level command and control by a single human supervisor, CERBERUS demonstrated efficient exploration, reliable detection of objects of interest, and accurate mapping. In this article, we report results from both the preliminary runs and the final Prize Round of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge, and discuss highlights and challenges faced, alongside lessons learned for the benefit of the community. Team Website: 🤍

Team ForAllSecure: DARPA's Cyber Grand Challenge


ForAllSecure's mission is to test the world's software and provide actionable information to its customers. The team has started with Linux, and its mission with Linux is to test all programs in current distributions, such as Debian, Ubuntu and Red Hat. With time, the team will cover other platforms, such as Mac, Windows, and mobile. In the meantime, the team promises to do one thing well. ForAllSecure’s technology is the result of more than a decade of program analysis research at Carnegie Mellon University. Initially founded by Professor David Brumley, Thanassis Avgerinos and Alex Rebert, it has now grown to nine employees in Pittsburgh and the Bay Area in California. ForAllSecure’s Cyber Grand Challenge technology will also be available commercially for checking off-the-shelf software. Cyber Reasoning System: Mayhem For more information on the Cyber Grand Challenge visit: 🤍 #DARPACGC

DARPA's Space Surveillance Telescope: What It Does


Current deep space telescopes do not provide a comprehensive picture of all objects in orbit around the Earth. Existing search telescopes have relatively narrow fields of view and cannot reliably detect and track faint objects, including small objects in geosynchronous orbits (roughly 22,000 miles high). There may be as many as hundreds of thousands of additional pieces of debris and asteroids that are too faint to track with current sensors. The Space Surveillance Telescope program aims to enable ground-based, broad-area search, detection, and tracking of faint objects in deep space for purposes such as space mission assurance and asteroid detection. SST offers improvements in determining the orbits of newly discovered objects and provides rapid observations of events that may only occur over a relatively short period of time, like a supernova.

DARPA Close Air Support Success


Close air support (CAS)—delivery of airborne munitions to support ground forces—is difficult and dangerous because it requires intricate coordination between combat aircrews and dismounted ground agents. DARPA’s Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) program focuses on technologies to enable sharing of real-time situational awareness and weapons systems data through approaches designed to work with almost any aircraft. PCAS envisions more precise, prompt and easy air-ground coordination for CAS and other missions under stressful operational conditions, and seeks to minimize the risk of friendly fire and collateral damage by enabling the use of smaller munitions to hit smaller, multiple or moving targets. On March 27, DARPA successfully tested the full PCAS prototype system for the first time as part of a U.S. Marine Corps infantry/aviation training exercise conducted in partnership with the Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One, stationed in Yuma, Arizona. The demonstration marked the first successful integration of automated, digital, real-time coordination capability into a military aircraft system, including rail-launched munitions, digital data links and advanced software.

US Future Military Robots - DARPA Boston Dynamics - SKYNET TODAY . PART-1


Support / Поддержка: Donationalerts - 🤍 Paypal - paypal.me/LaMagraShop Teespring Store - 🤍 Webmoney USD - Z789416365352 Webmoney EUR - E518067593070 Webmoney RU - R788497986526 PART-2: 🤍 PART-3: 🤍 PART-4: 🤍 PART-5: 🤍 Boston Dynamics is an engineering and robotics design company that is best known for the development of BigDog, a quadruped robot designed for the U.S. military with funding from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and DI-Guy, software for realistic human simulation. Early in the company's history, it worked with the American Systems Corporation under a contract from the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) to replace naval training videos for aircraft launch operations with interactive 3D computer simulations featuring DI-Guy characters. Marc Raibert is the company's president and project manager. He spun the company off from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1992. On 13 December 2013, the company was acquired by Google X, where it will be managed by Andy Rubin. Immediately before the acquisition, Boston Dynamics transferred their DI-Guy software product line to VT MÄK, a simulation software vendor based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the military. Boston Dynamics — инженерная компания, специализирующаяся в робототехнике. Известна разработкой по заказу DARPA для военных целей четвероногого робота BigDog. Ранее компания работала по контракту с NAWCTSD над заменой обучающих видеороликов интерактивным компьютерным симулятором. Компания Boston Dynamics была куплена корпорацией Google Inc. в декабре 2013 года. DARPA (англ. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency — агентство передовых оборонных исследовательских проектов) — агентство Министерства обороны США, отвечающее за разработку новых технологий для использования в вооружённых силах. Миссией DARPA является сохранение технологического превосходства вооруженных сил США, предотвращение внезапного для США появления новых технических средств вооруженной борьбы, поддержка прорывных исследований, преодоление разрыва между фундаментальными исследованиями и их применением в военной сфере.

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