SwRI will be exhibiting at the Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC), booth no. 228.
SwRI provides research and development supporting variability reduction, development and qualification of materials and processes, advanced robotic system capabilities, custom hardware designs that include perception systems, mobile manipulation, and automation process development. SwRI launched the Robot Operating System-Industrial (ROS-I) open-source project, which is now an initiative steered by global consortia that includes innovative software capabilities and applications for industry based on foundational open-source building blocks. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, SwRI is one of the oldest independent, nonprofit, applied research and development organizations in the world. SwRI has a staff of nearly 3,000 with engineers, scientists, analysts, technologists, and support staff who perform contract R&D for government and industry worldwide.
For more information, please contact David Riha.