Black-I Robotics will be exhibiting at the International Assoc. of Bomb Squad Technicians & Investigators iin Reno June 9-12, 2014
Black-I Robotics is pleased to have begun Phase II of the DARPA/AFRL HACMS High Assurance Cyber Military System Program in 2014 for next phase deliveries scheduled for July/August 2014.
In 2014, Black-I Robotics began commercially selling its universal Robotic Tool System which works with all major brands and models of EOD robots.
In 2014 Black-I Robotics has begun selling its Robotic Vehicle Jack System which is operable by all major brands and models of EOD robots.
In May 2014 Black-I was referenced and quoted in articles related to the Turkish mine disaster and the role of mine rescue robots such as the Gemini-Scout it licenses from Sandia.
Black-I Robotics was pleased to present as a keynote speaker at an IEEE robotics conference in Durban South Africa in late 2014.
Black-I Robotics' President Brian Hart was pleased to serve on the Senior Advisory Board for a new Homeland Securities Master Program started at Gujarat State Forensics University in 2013-14
Black-I Robotics presented at the DARPA HACMS kick off meeting in Kennebunkport Maine in August 2012
Black-I Robotics is pleased to be awarded a $528,000 contract from Air Force Research Laboratory
, Rome NY for customized LandShark Series H robots to support the DARPA HACMS (High Assurance Cyber Military Systems) program. Delivery scheduled for October 2012.
Black-I Robotics was honored to be one of three companies selected by NIST for testing against a Vehicle Borne IED obstacle course in Socorro NM in March. Game On.
DARPA released on Feb. 23,2012 its Broad Agency Announcement DARPA-BAA-12-21
High Assurance Cyber Military Systems (HACMS) program. Black-I's LandShark UGV system was selected by DARPA as the Exemplar UGV system meeting all requirements for the program.
Black-I Robotics is pleased to support Intelligent Automation Inc. in SBIR A11-048
"Intelligent Vehicle Behaviors for Explosive Hazard Detection & Neutralization on Narrow Unimproved Routes".
Black-I Robotics is now the exclusive commercial licensee of Sandia National Laboratories Gemini Scout unmanned ground vehicle. This all terrain vehicle has been specifically designed for high hazard applications such as coal mine rescue.
In June 2011, the Technology Support Working Group exercised an option to expand and extend development of certain counter IED capabilities for Black-I Robotics' unmanned ground vehicle systems.
In April 2011 Black-I sold its first European based customer a commercial LandShark chassis.
Black-I Robotics has been awarded a major contract from the Technology Support Working Group for 2010-2011