In August, Ocular Robotics exhibited at the world's premiere unmanned systems exhibition, AUVSI 2010, in Denver, Colorado.
Following up on the success of Ocular's initial attendance at the AUVSI (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International)
exhibition in Washington DC in 2009 where the RobotEye technology was introduced, the Ocular stand again attracted significant
interest from attendees representing all of the forms of unmanned systems. The potential of the RobotEye technology for a
broad range of unmanned systems applications was recognised in the Ones to Watch
section of the
AUVSI 2010 magazine published during the show.
At the 2010 show Ocular exhibited an inertially slaved RobotEye RE01 unit which provided video feedback to a head mounted
display (HMD) from Rockwell Collins. This
shows the demonstration displayed at the stand in Denver
it makes clear the complete freedom of the operator to move their field of vision without any lag as the RobotEye reliably
tracks the movements of the operators head regardless of the speed or change in direction.
Additionally Ocular's inertial sensing partner InterSense Inc. demonstrated on their stand at AUVSI 2010 a proof of concept
stabilised RobotEye using their newly released next generation IMU the NavChip.
of the proof of concept
demonstration shows impressive stabilization bandwidth even at this early stage of development. Ocular and InterSense
continue to work together to realise the high performance stabilization capabilities of the combined technologies as the