CMU Red Team Gets More DARPA GC Help

Posted 8 Mar 2005 at 01:32 UTC by steve Share This

According to a Duke University press release, Duke will be offering assistance to the CMU Red Team. They plan to equip both CMU robots with their "Duke Radar Object Identification Device" (DROID). The radar sensors will use a unique approach by trying to identify only above ground objects while avoiding the terrain itself. They hope this will reduce clutter in the resulting data. Duke is the latest in a long list of organizations donating time, equipment, and money toward a CMU win in the DARPA Grand Challenge.

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