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Redwood Could Well Be The Apple, Inc. Of Robotics?
Redwood Robotics
With a plan and a super team, this Silicon Valley startup has its eyes on the prize.
By Tom Green


There are over a thousand robotics’ companies worldwide of which to date none have come close to producing a robotic arm and hand with capabilities comparable to those of a human; although, if such an arm and hand were available, most of these very same companies would try to move heaven and earth to acquire it.

Redwood Robotics is questing after one of robotics’ most exclusive and elusive killer apps: robotic arms and hands. And by the look of the triumvirate it has assembled to pursue that challenge, it just might pull it off.

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