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Sneak Preview of Accessible $700 Drone Revealed at Aircraft Convention
The new drone sports a low price and user-friendly controls, making it accessible to more people. (August 01, 2013)

Toss One Back with Monsieur
Monsieur comes filled with 300 different cocktail recipes, theme packages (think tiki bar or Irish pub), cocktail history, and ability to take suggestions. Also, the robot can learn users' tastes and make "intelligent recommendations" for cocktail orders. (August 01, 2013)

New Staubli Robotics Suite v2013 is an Innovative Software for Application Development
This integrated Development, Simulation, and Maintenance software runs on Windows, is easy to use, and comes with an abundance of new functions. (July 30, 2013)

Adept Technology: RoboCourier’s New Features Improve Capacity and Efficiency
The new generation of RoboCourier autonomous mobile robots showcases a longer battery life and improved navigational skills. (July 30, 2013)

First Unmanned Aircraft System Approved for Commercial Use
The hand-launched Puma AE is the first unmanned aircraft system to receive a "Restricted Category" rating from the FAA, permitting it to be used for commercial missions. (July 30, 2013)

Portable Danish Robot Expands Production With California Manufacturer
With the use of the Universal Robots UR5 robot arm, manufacturing rates at RSS Manufacturing & Phylrich have increased dramatically, leading to expected company growth. (July 30, 2013)

Autonomous Trucking Poised to Disrupt the Supply Chain
Truck autonomy will put the trillion dollar freight industry's early adopters in a position to win big. (July 29, 2013)

The New Immigrants: Steel-Collar Workers for Rent
This “first” in the robotics revolution is as important as the robots themselves. (July 27, 2013)

Wall Street Once Again Smiles on iRobot
IROBOT has a diversified and expanding product lineup that constantly benefits from cross-market and cross-product R&D. (July 26, 2013)

Robotics: Successfully Navigating the Insurance Minefield
Insurance companies are looking for a comfortable risk assessment and a risk prevention program. (July 25, 2013)

RoadNarrows Announces ROS Support for its Hekateros Robotic Arms
RoadNarrows is announces the compatibility of its Hekateros family of robotic manipulators with ROS, the Robot Operating System, making them easier than ever to use in research and light manufacturing. (July 24, 2013)

Catch Our Webcast: RBR Goes Live!
Please join us for a frank, open and lively discussion about the future of unmanned vehicle systems. (July 23, 2013)

Northrop Grumman Delivers First MQ-8 Unmanned Fire Scout System
The MQ-8 system with the upgraded MQ-8C aircraft will share proven software, avionics, payloads and ship ancillary equipment with the MQ-8B aircraft (July 22, 2013)

Gaze-guided Wheelchair: Market-ready but Waiting!
Visual navigation for wheelchairs has superior advantages, including enhanced ease of use, safety, accuracy and speed. (July 19, 2013)

Unlimited Liability: Autonomous Vehicles and the Insurance Biz
Increasing vehicle autonomy finally has insurers contemplating complex liability issues. (July 18, 2013)


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