The Intelligent Systems Division develops, advances and deploys measurement science and standards to speed development, adoption, and integration of leading-edge intelligent technologies to advance U.S. manufacturing performance.
Intelligent Systems Division measurement science research programs aim to:
The Division works closely with industry organizations to achieve these programmatic impacts through test methods and tools, publications, and timely technical contributions to broadly used manufacturing industry consensus standards.
Mobile manipulator performance being measured using the reconfigurable mobile manipulator artifact. The vehicle and the vehicle with onboard equipment (robot arm) are also being used to develop ASTM F45.02 navigation and docking test methods.
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Al Wavering, Division Chief
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