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iRobot Receives $20.3 Million Order from NAVSEA
Contract calls for 125 iRobot 510 PackBot MTRS robots, spare parts and repairs.
By RBR Staff


Contract calls for 125 iRobot 510 PackBot MTRS robots, spare parts and repairs.

iRobot Corp. (NASDAQ: IRBT), a developer of robotic technology-based solutions, today announced that it has received a $20.3 million order from the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).

The order has been issued as a standalone contract. It calls for the delivery of 125 PackBot Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS) robots, spare parts and repairs. The PackBot MTRS is modeled after the iRobot 510 PackBot.

The iRobot 510 PackBot is one of the most successful battle-tested robots in the world. The robots are currently being used by warfighters in Iraq and Afghanistan to conduct dangerous missions from safe distances.…

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