U.S. Federal Government Robotics Research Funding
The 82-page study looks at Federal spending on robotics detailing the activities and spending plans of key US agencies including but not limited to: NASA, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, the US Air Force, Sandia National Laboratory, the Department of Transportation, the National Institute of Standards, the Department of Agriculture and the National Oceanographic & Atmospheric Association, among others. Specific chapters, most with detailed data on dollar volume of grants awarded to specific recipients, detail the robotics research policies and plans of the major US government agencies involved in robotics funding. The study includes discussions of military robotics, medical robotics, automotive robotics, aerial robotics, agricultural robotics and many other fields.
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