Barrett Technology, founded in 1990 as a spin-off from the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1990, designs and develops robotic manipulators, such as their first haptic robot arm, WAM. This manipulator embodies Transparent Dynamics drives that fundamentally break from the conventional design of robotic manipulators.
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Boston Dynamics, Inc., an engineering company, develops robots and software for human simulation.
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Meka Robotics develops hardware and software systems for robotics researchers, specializing in robots designed to work in everyday environments. The company's core expertise spans compliant robotics, force controlled actuators, manipulator design, real-time software, and highly integrated mechatronic systems.
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Robosoft supplies advanced robotic solutions to reduce costs and improve quality in transport, cleanliness, health and security with mobile robots and the robuBOX, Robosoft’s original embedded control technology.
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Willow Garage, Inc. develops hardware and open source software for personal robotics applications. It offers the PR2, a robotics research and development platform; TurtleBot, a mobile platform for developing robot applications; and Texai, a remote presence system prototype.
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