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Emesent, CSIRO Data61 team come second in underground challenge

A TEAM made up of Emesent, CSIRO Data61 and the Georgia Institute of Technology has finished second in the latest US Defence Advanced Research Project Agency Subterranean Challenge.

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The robots used by the Emesent-CSIRO Data61-Georgia Tech team.

The robots used by the Emesent-CSIRO Data61-Georgia Tech team.

The SubT challenge was established to push the boundaries of autonomous exploration and mapping in challenging subterranean environments where there is no communications infrastructure. The Emesent-CSIRO...

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