The age of robots is upon us and in the air, underwater, on the water surface, or in outer space, autonomous systems are giving human explorers unprecedented access to the world and universe around us. A new generation of interdisciplinary scientists and engineers is helping user in discoveries with bold experiments and unique designs. What make robotic based exploration unique and similar to human exploration? What do we do when adventure comes our way and things go awry with rogue or missing robots? What skills and approaches are needed to unravel mysteries in an age of autonomous systems? Art Trembanis is an oceanographer at the University of Delaware where he develops and utilizes advanced autonomous systems to map and explore oceans and lakes around the world filling in blank spots on the map. His passion for exploration has led to discoveries ranging from ancient shipwrecks to modern aircraft and unraveling environmental mysteries along the way. When he isn’t chasing robots around in the field he enjoys travel with his family and mentoring the next generation of environmental roboticists. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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