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Links 21 the future of Robotics
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A.L.I.C.E. Views: 9783
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The ALICE A. I. Foundation, Inc. is a Non Profit Organization Devoted to the Develpment and Adoption of ALICE and AIML Software.

aboutAI.net Views: 9785
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All about artificial intelligence on the net.

AIBO Europe Views: 9784
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European AIBO website. Here you will discover Sony's fascinating character. AIBO is Sony at its very best, combining its flagship technologies to conceive a fully autonomous companion to accompany and entertain man in day-to-day life.

AIBO FRIENDS Views: 9786
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You will find a lot of information here about aibo and aibosoftware. Questions can be asked in our forum were other Aibo Friends will share with you their experiences.

American Association Views: 9786
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Founded in 1979, the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) is a nonprofit scientific society devoted to advancing the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines. AAAI also aims to increase public understanding of artificial intelligence, improve the teaching and training of AI practitioners, and provide guidance for research planners and funders concerning the importance and potential of current AI developments and future directions.

Amorphic Robot Works Views: 9782
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Amorphic Robot Works was formed in 1992. ARW is a New York based group of artists, engineers and technicians working together to create robotic performances and installations. ARW's Artistic Director Chico MacMurtrie, describes his vision, "The work is an ongoing endeavor to uncover the primacy of movement and sound. Each machine is inspired or influenced, both, by modern society, and what I physically experience and sense. The whole of this input informs my ideas and work."

Android World Views: 9781
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This site is devoted to androids. An android is an anthropomorphic robot - i.e. a robot that looks like a human. Many android developers call their creations "humanoids" rather than androids. We also have robotics links, robot links, animatronics links, and research links.

Arrick Robotics Views: 9784
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Arrick Robotics was founded by Roger Arrick in 1987 after the personal computer accessory market became dominated by the far east which stunted the growth of Arrick Computer Products - a maker of switch boxes and power control products since 1980. The first product offered was the MD-2 motor control system which was a subsystem of a robot arm that was being developed. The MD-2 became popular with users of telescopes for computer controlled positioning then expanded into factory automation and research projects via the Personal Computing Tools catalog. Over the years positioning tables were added to broaden the product line. In the mid-90's, Roger decided that there was a small market for mobile robots and the first Trilobot was designed. These were mainly sold to Universities for research projects. Later, Trilobot was given a complete update with improved sensors, a gripper, etc. Today, Trilobots are also used in High-School labs throughout the US, and have been seen on TV, in magazines, and on the front page of Scientific American's web site. In the late 90's Roger developed ARobot which is a lower-cost robot intended for hobbyists and educators. Wiley Publishing asked Roger to write 'Robot Building for Dummies' in 2002 and the book was released in 2003. The book is focused around expanding ARobot to include speech, video and other devices. ARobot has been featured in magazines, on the front cover of Edmund Scientific's catalog, and is popular among robot builders world-wide. Arrick Robotics remains a small company based in Tyler, Texas where all products are designed and built. Roger is past President of the Dallas Personal Robotics Group, and founder of the East Texas Robotics Group.

Artificial Intelligence Views: 9783
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Artificial Intelligence is an interfaculty five-year training course. The curriculum consists of subject matter that is taught by the key members of staff. Furthermore, there are courses in psychology, computing science, biophysics, linguistics, Dutch, humanities computing and philosophy of sciences, logic and epistomology. The faculty of Social and Behavioural sciences and the faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences are the main participants within the Artificial Intelligence training course. The faculty of Social and Behavioural sciences is the leading partner. Other faculty involvement mainly includes participation by the faculty of Arts.

Artificial Intelligence Depot Views: 9783
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The Artificial Intelligence Depot is a site dedicated to the field of AI. Its aim is to provide a focus point for the community, with regular features, recent news and useful resources.

Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Views: 9783
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The AI Lab University of Zurich, Switzerland. Headed by Rolf Pfeifer, research focusses on autonomous agent design, from both a cognitive science, and an engineering perspective.

Australian Robotics and Automation Association Views: 9782
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The Australian Robotics and Automation Association Inc. (formerly the Australian Robot Association Inc.) is a professional society concerned with robots, their applications and their implications, and related automation technologies.

BARA Views: 9782
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BARA (formerly known as the British Robot Association) provides a voice for the Robotics and Automation Industries, when dealing with government, industry, financial and academic institutions. The aim of the BARA is to promote the use of, and assist in the development of Automation in British industry.

Biomimetic Underwater Robot Program Views: 9786
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This program is undertaking the implementation and in-water testing of two classes of biomimetic autonomous underwater vehicles. The first is an 8-legged ambulatory vehicle that is based on the lobster and is intended for autonomous remote-sensing operations in rivers and/or the littoral zone ocean bottom with robust adaptations to irregular bottom contours, current and surge. The second vehicle is an undulatory system that is based on the lamprey and is intended for remote sensing operations in the water column with robust depth/altitude control and high maneuverability. These vehicles are based on a common biomimetic control, actuator and sensor architecture that features highly modularized components and low cost per vehicle. Operating in concert, they can conduct autonomous investigation of both the bottom and water column of the littoral zone or rivers. These systems represent a new class of autonomous underwater vehicles that may be adapted to operations in a variety of habitat

Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems - CRES) Views: 9785
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Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems (CRES) was established in fall 2002. It is an interdisciplinary organized research unit (ORU) in the USC School of Engineering that focuses on the science and technology of effective, robust, and scalable robotic systems, with broad and far-reaching applications. CRES facilitates interdisciplinary interactions and collaboration through its robotics faculty and its large team of interdisciplinary affiliates and serves as a linch pin for strategic research areas at USC. CRES projects span the areas of nano, reconfigurable, distributed, humanoid, and space robotics and impact a broad spectrum of applications, including environmental monitoring and cleanup, emergency response, homeland security, education, assistance, training and rehabilitation, and entertainment. The Center provides a tight-knit foundation for collaboration and opportunities for education and outreach.

Centre for Computational Neuroscience & Robotics - CCNR Views: 9783
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The CCNR was created in 1996 as a joint research venture between the then School of Biological Sciences (now the School of Life Sciences) and the then School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences (now largely subsumed into the Informatics Department) at the University of Sussex. Its remit was to explore and exploit the interfaces between biological and computational sciences. The initial aim of the centre was to encourage a two-way flow of ideas and methods between Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence in order to provide new ways to help understand behaviour-generating mechanisms in natural systems (animals) and to develop control systems for artificial autonomous agents (robots). Although research in these areas continues, the remit of the CCNR has broadened, and now encompasses a wide range of related cross-discipline activities as can be seen from the list of research areas and publications. The benefits of a cross-disciplinary approach are reflected in the nature of the research which is carried out here. Some of the research in the Centre can be characterised as Biologically-Inspired Engineering, this includes the design-oriented aspects of evolutionary electronics and robotics research. Other research makes use of computer simulations and/or autonomous robots as modelling tools for the investigation of specific biological phenomena such as insect navigation strategies, computational models of neuronal circuits and evolutionary dynamics. However, most of the Centre's work has elements of both of these - this synergy is something we particularly wish to encourage.

CLAWAR Views: 9787
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The CLAWAR Network has been funded by the European Union as one of the first industry-led "thematic networks" investigating state-of-the-art technologies in Europe. The purpose of CLAWAR is to investigate and report upon all aspects of technology and systems relating to mobile robotics.

Cyberbotics Views: 9786
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Cyberbotics was founded in 1998 by Olivier Michel, as a spin off company from the MicroComputing and Interface Lab (LAMI) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). Cyberbotics is developing Webots, a 3D mobile robot simulator for research and education. Cyberbotics is also developing custom 3D mobile robot simulators for a number of companies and universities.

DEMO Views: 9782
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DEMO attacks problems in agent cognition using complex machine organizations that are created from simple components with minimal human design effort. We study recurrent neural networks, evolutionary computation, and dynamical systems as substrates. We build working systems to test our theories.

Dynamics of Adaptive Behavior Research Group Views: 9784
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Directed by Randall Beer. The evolution of dynamic neural networks for robot control, dynamic systems analysis of adaptive behaviour, and bio-inspired robotics are the main research areas.

EURON Views: 9795
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EURON is the European Robotics Network, collecting together all significant robot research in Europe. We hope that you will find whatever information you need about European robotics through this site.

Evolution Robotics Views: 9785
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Evolution Robotics, Inc. develops state-of-the-art robotics solutions, and partners with original equipment manufacturers to integrate those technologies into new and more intelligent products. Whether used within autonomous robots for commercial or consumer use, or electronic devices with increased, intelligent functionality, Evolution Robotics provides the technologies and services to bring those products to life, and to market.

Fraunhofer AIS Views: 9783
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Wir sind ein anwendungsorientiertes Forschungsinstitut, dessen wissenschaftliche Expertise im Bereich „Autonomer Intelligenter Systeme“ liegt. Mit unserer Arbeit setzen wir genau dort an, wo z. B. konventionelle Automatisierungslösungen aufhören. Ziel ist es nicht nur, den Menschen zu entlasten, sondern seine Handlungs- und Entscheidungsmöglichkeiten wesentlich zu erweitern. mehr...

Frontline Robotics Views: 9783
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Frontline Robotics develops and distributes robot platforms and tools that focus on public security and safety. We are committed to keeping people out of harm’s way with intelligent, mobile robots. If the task is dangerous and dirty, robots should be in the front line.

GRASP Lab Views: 9785
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The General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab, is a multi-disciplinary research laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Founded in 1979 by Professor Ruzena Bajcsy, the lab has grown today to be one of the premier research labs focusing on fundamental research in robotics, vision, perception, control and automation.

Industria Views: 9782
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Global technology news, daily and weekly, for the South Pacific

Industrial Design TU Eindhoven Views: 9781
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The TU/e department of Industrial Design applies a unique, innovative education model of competence-based learning, in which a professional design environment is simulated. Apart from the central focus on design, various areas of technology are an integral part of the curriculum. These areas are: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, technology management and user-centered engineering. Man as user is the starting point for any design activities. Our Bachelor program started in September 2001. Industrial Design is building a research program focused on the relationship between users on the one hand and future intelligent products, systems and services on the other. The main fields of research are 'Designed Intelligence' and 'User Centered Engineering'. The research groups 'Design for Communities' and 'Design Theory and Strategy' are planning to start their activities soon. In short, TU/e Industrial Design department distinguishes itself through its unique education model, ambitious research goals and an excellent working environment and atmosphere.

inkha Views: 9784
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inkha is a reactive robotic head it tracks moving objects using cameras inside its eyes it issues verbal statements based on visual, sensory, environmental and touch-screen input it demonstrates various behaviours including fright, nonchalance and boredom its movement is lifelike inkha was established at king's college london in 2002 by matthew walker and mrplong inkha has been installed as a permanent robotic receptionist at king's college in london since december 2003 where it runs 9am to 5pm monday to friday. the installation was initiated by dr mark miodownik from the department of mechanical engineering inkha has appeared on television programs and in newspaper articles all over the world. there have been personal appearances at science events around the uk and inkha has visited japan inkha is seeking further commissions for roboreceptionist work and is also available for hire inkha ltd was formed in june 2004 in order to develop a version of inkha for education

Intelligent Autonomous Systems Engineering Laboratory Views: 9785
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University of the West of England, U.K.. Research includes both collective systems, such as large-scale, ant-inspired collective robotics and flying, flocking autonomous dirigibles, and single agent systems, such as walking robots and driving robots. The lab is also home to the SlugBot project - an interesting attempt to extend robot autonomy to energy self sufficiency - namely a robot that catches slugs and processes them for fuel.

IRCAD Views: 9784
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The objective of IRCAD's Research and Development team in computer sciences and robotics is the development of new technologies in the fields of communication, virtual reality and robotics in order to assist practitioners.

iRobot Views: 9784
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iRobot is dedicated to creating realistic robotic solutions to real-world problems. Our robots are not far-flung, far-off science fiction, but Robots for the Real World. They are practical, reliable, innovative products that effectively answer users' needs with creative engineering and design. iRobot produces products to get the job done today.

Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research Views: 9785
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JAIR (ISSN 1076-9757) covers all areas of artificial intelligence (AI), publishing refereed research articles, survey articles, and technical notes. Established in 1993 as one of the first electronic scientific journals, JAIR is indexed by INSPEC, Science Citation Index, and MathSciNet. JAIR reviews papers within approximately three months of submission and publishes accepted articles on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions. JAIR articles are published for free distribution on the internet by the AI Access Foundation, and for purchase in bound volumes by AAAI Press.

Lego Mindstorm Views: 9798
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LEGO® MINDSTORMS™ lets you design and program real robots that do what you want them to. With the Robotics Invention System 2.0™, the core set of the LEGO MINDSTORMS product range, you can create everything from a light-sensitive intruder alarm to a robotic rover that can follow a trail, move around obstacles, and even duck into dark corners.

MachineBrain.com Views: 9785
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MachineBrain.com provides news and information on robotic technology, artificial intelligence, and other subjects related to smart machines.

Man-Machine Interaction research group Views: 9786
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The Man-Machine Interaction research group is part of the department Mediamatics at Delft University of Technology. The aim is to boost research around the subject of human-computer interaction of intelligent multimodal systems. We start with five researchers and a team of PhD and MSc students Media & Knowledge Engineering.

Medical Device Manufacturers Association Views: 9785
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The Medical Device Manufacturers Association (MDMA) is a national trade association based in Washington, D.C. that represents independent manufacturers of medical devices, diagnostic products and healthcare information systems.

MERIT Views: 9787
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Over the past ten years the Pittsburgh region has established a world-leading position in research and education for medical robotics and computer-assisted surgery, with a focus on more accurate and less invasive orthopaedic procedures. Simultaneously, we have opened new lines of research and development in computer-aided image analysis and visualization, medical devices, assisted living, rehabilitation, and bio-MEMS. The unique strength of these efforts is the successful collaboration between clinicians and researchers through every step of the technology development process. The Medical Robotics and Information Technology (MERIT) Center is building on this partnership between technology and medicine and strengthening it by collocating efforts in research, clinical validation and integration, education, technology transfer, and clinical practice.

MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Views: 9784
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The Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has been an active entity at MIT in one form or another since at least 1959. Our goal is to understand the nature of intelligence and to engineer systems that exhibit intelligence. We are an interdisciplinary laboratory of over 200 people that spans several academic departments and has active projects ongoing with members of every academic school at MIT. Our intellectual goal is to understand how the human mind works. We believe that vision, robotics, and language are the keys to understanding intelligence, and as such our laboratory is much more heavily biased in these directions than many other Artificial Intelligence laboratories.

NOVA Online Views: 9785
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Bomb disposal units are increasingly relying on robots to take over the dangerous task of finding and defusing bombs. But robots are also taking on other hazardous duties, and their capabilities are evolving rapidly. What might they be capable of in the next century? Take a trip into the world of robots.

Open Robotics Peripheral Platform Views: 9784
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The Open Robotics Peripheral Platform's goal is to provide a versatile platform for many different robotic applications. Until now the basic platforms for robots have been either toys with little practical application or expensive, overly customized components. The goal of this project is to provide modular components that are easily outfitted with various hardware and software features in the same manner as the modern-day personal computer. Any novice computer technician could control, outfit, and maintain a O.R.P.P.

Rabbit Views: 9785
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This project is aimed at fundamental research in the general area of automatic control, with emphasis on legged robots. In this sense, it also has an important application aspect. The overall objectives are to contribute to modeling and control of a class of nonlinear, hybrid systems that arise in the study of legged robots. A specific research objective is the study of the relative roles of "Mechanics" on the one hand and "Automation" on the other for designing an articulated mechanical system and associated control laws for achieving asymptotically stable motion at a constant speed with low energy consumption.

RoboCup Views: 9784
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RoboCup is an international joint project to promote AI, robotics, and related field. It is an attempt to foster AI and intelligent robotics research by providing a standard problem where wide range of technologies can be integrated and examined. RoboCup chose to use soccer game as a central topic of research, aiming at innovations to be applied for socially significant problems and industries. The ultimate goal of the RoboCup project is By 2050, develop a team of fully autonomous humanoid robots that can win against the human world champion team in soccer.

RoboFesta UK Views: 9782
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RoboFesta is an International Organisation established to promote the study and enjoyment of science and technology through hands-on, robot-related events.

ROBOSOFT Views: 9783
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Since 1985, ROBOSOFT develops and supplies advanced mobile robotics solutions for Transport, Cleanliness and Research applications

Robot Room Views: 9783
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Tricks, tips, and advice to get you started creating your own robots from scratch.

RobotCafe.com Views: 9782
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"RobotCafe.com is the #1 destination on the Internet for people interested in building their own robots, sharing ideas with others, and learning all about the world of robotics. RobotCafe.com is a community of fellow robotics enthusiasts who share the common goal of fostering the advancement of robotics in every aspect of today's world."

Roboterwelt [German] Views: 9782
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Diese Seiten sind ein Forum für private Robotiker, um Informationen über Roboter und Elektronik zu erhalten und weiterzugeben.

Robotics Views: 9783
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Robotics, developed by the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA introduces the world of intelligent machines- how they work, who builds them, and what they do- and organizes the exhibit around themes such as sensing, thinking and acting. Robotics includes more than 30 different hands-on activities and appeals to people of all ages.

Robotics and Automation Society Views: 9786
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The Technical Committee for Service Robots of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society was founded during the 1995 International Conference on Robotics and Automation in Nagoya, Japan. The committee was founded to account for a steadily growing international community of researchers and engineers who develop robot systems providing services of various kinds to human users. Above all, the Service Robots Technical Committee understands itself as a forum for exchange of information related to the design and development of service robots. This committee hopes to bring together researchers and developers from various disciplines such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence and cognitive science. The Committee wants to serve as a contact point and facilitator to bring industries interested in the field of service robotics together with the research community.

Robotics in Europe Views: 9784
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Robotics in Europe is an internet portal for the European robotics community. It is an activity of [EURON], the European Robotics Network of Excellence, sponsored by the European Commission.

Robotics in Japan Views: 9787
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Institutes, groups, and people concerned with robotics and related topics (including artificial life, neural networks, vision and cognition) in Japan.

Robotics Institute Views: 9782
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Even when robotics technologies were relatively primitive, their potential role in boosting the productivity and competitiveness of the United States was foreseen in the evolving global marketplace. The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University was established in 1979 to conduct basic and applied research in robotics technologies relevant to industrial and societal tasks. Seeking to combine the practical and the theoretical, the Robotics Institute has diversified its efforts and approaches to robotics science while retaining its original goal of realizing the potential of the robotics field.

Robotics Research Group Views: 9784
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The aim of the RRG [Robotics Research Group] is to conduct basic and applied research in the area of open architecture mechanical systems. For this, the RRG has three major research threads. The first is the development of high performance modular actuators. The second is the development of high dexterity and precision robotic manipulators and their associated software (OSCAR). The third is the development of integrated workcells and software architectures for workcell integration and operation.

RoboticsTrends Views: 9783
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Over the past few years, we have seen the convergence and maturation of a large number of enabling robotic technologies (microchips, speech recognition, autonomous navigation, microelectronics, vision recognition, power supplies, etc.), allowing manufacturers to build thousands of types of highly mobile, interactive personal and service robots, as well as robotic devices, to assist, educate, entertain and protect us in highly unstructured environments such at home, within the workplace and in the world at large. Rarely has an emerging technological, business or societal trend been as broad or as deep. Nor one so lacking in support from a world class integrated media company… until now. RoboticsTrends is the world’s first and only integrated media firm serving the burgeoning personal and service robotics marketplace.

robots.net Views: 9783
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robots.net, the place to read the lastest news on personal and industrial robotics, robot competitions, and other cool stuff.

Ross-Hime Designs Views: 9798
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Ross-Hime Designs, Inc. is a company specializing in the design of cutting-edge mechanical and robotic technology. Founded in 1987 by Mark Elling Rosheim, the company holds patents in every area of robotic design. Ross-Hime Designs is committed to developing exciting new patented robot technology with more sophistication and precision than ever before. Ross-Hime Designs is proud of its record--more than a decade of continual advances in robotic analysis and design. By creatively applying unique and patented robotic technology, Ross-Hime Designs has produced a broad range of singularity-free positioning devices and has built a sustained record of product development and enhancement. Ross-Hime Designs is the preeminent firm in the field of robotic design.

Stanford AI Lab Views: 9785
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The Stanford AI Lab is the intellectual home for researchers in the Stanford Computer Science Department whose primary research focus is Artificial Intelligence. The lab is located in the Gates Computer Science Building and the new Clark Center, where 100+ people share the space with 20+ robots. Our mission is to change the way we understand the world. In the past decade, an abundance of data has become available, such as online data on the Web, scientific data such as the transcript of the human genome, sensor data acquired by robots or by the buildings we inhabit. The list is endless. Turning data into information pertaining to problems that people care about, is the central mission of our research. As is a deeper understanding of human-level cognition, perception, and actuation. In short, we seek to develop the next generations of theory, algorithms, and systems, that help us attach meaning to bits and bytes. Members of the Stanford AI Lab have contributed to fields as diverse as bio-informatics, cognition, computational geometry, computer vision, decision theory, distributed systems, game theory, image processing, information retrieval, knowledge systems, logic, machine learning, multi-agent systems, natural language, neural networks, planning, probabilistic inference, sensor networks, and robotics. We invite you to browse our Web site to find out more about our research. Share our excitement about AI, and the many ways in which computers are changing almost every aspect of our lives.

SuperREGIS Roving Robotic WebCam Views: 9783
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In brief, through this web page you can drive a semi-autonomous robot around my office and receive images of your progress about every second or so. The current program running on the robot will not allow you to steer into an obstacle, so there's no need to worry about crashing into things. Note that the robot is completely untethered -- communications from the custom written-web server to the software running on the robot is by radio modem, giving you more or less complete freedom of movement around my office.

Tactile Technologies Views: 9783
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Tactile Technologies, established in 2003, develops and commercializes a new tactile sensing technology for the medical devices industry. Tactile Technologies is a multi-disciplinary group of professionals consisting of technology leaders, engineers, surgeons, researchers and ergonomic designers. Our technology is the very first to offer accurate image-guided navigation relying on low-cost disposable elements. The new Implant Location System (ILS) applies tactile sensing technology to offer intra-oral image-guided navigation specifically for dental practitioners. It is a computer-guided sensing, navigation and guiding suite for placement of dental implants designed both for the general practitioner and the expert. It provides safety and restorative accuracy without introducing the great complexity of other navigation systems.

Waterloo Aerial Robotics Group Views: 9784
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The Waterloo Aerial Robotics Group is a team of University of Waterloo students who, with the support of our sponsors, are developing a series of fully autonomous flying robots for entry into the International Aerial Robotics Competition. The objective of this multi-year competition is to push the envelope of technology by seriously challenging students to accomplish near-impossible mission objectives. The goal is to build a fleet of air vehicles capable of flying three kilometres, identifying target buildings, entering the structures and navigating inside to obtain visual reconnaissance information. This must be done within a period of 15 minutes and without the help of any crew.

Zagros Robotics Views: 9784
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Our primary business has been helping people build mobile, autonomous robots all over the world! Our mobile robots are used by Researchers, Businesses, Universities and Hobbyist on every continent! Each Max or Rex mobile base turns into a unique robot. We also have a large selection of key mobile robot components including drive motors, sensors and remote control systems.



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