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Japan, New Zealand Team Up on Healthcare Robots
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Qualcomm and Techstars to Grow Robots in Sunny San Diego
Qualcomm and Techstars building robots one robot at a time. (December 18, 2014)

Research Report
Consumer Robotics 2015
For 2015, personal robots will be the breakout robot of the year. (December 02, 2014)

The Three Amigos: Jimmy, Pepper and Jibo
The first wave of truly social companion robots for the average family is here. (November 26, 2014)

In-Depth Analysis
Exoskeleton Revolution: From Rigid to Soft to Ultra Soft
2014 was a breakout year for exoskeletons. The field is now crowded and very active with competing brands. (November 19, 2014)

In-Depth Analysis
Can China’s Homegrown Robots Supplant Foreign Brands?
The robot gold rush for foreign robot brands may well be coming to an end. (November 13, 2014)

Robots at Home: How Will We Ever Live without Them?
Webcast: Take an amazing journey into today’s buyer preferences for consumer robotics with Robotics Business Review’s 2014 Consumer Robotics Survey. (November 12, 2014)

Research Report
Robotics for Construction & Building: 2015
Domestic construction-industry trends, and worldwide economic and demographic indicators point to the inescapable logic and growing desirability of robotic vehicles. "Robotics for Construction and Building: 2015," a special report from Robotics Business Review, examines how robotics fits into the $4 trillion global construction industry. (September 30, 2014)

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Robotics and the “New” Supply Chain: 2015-2020
Today’s complex global supply chains are poised to be dismantled. 3D printing and intelligent, mobile robotics are transforming global supply chains. Robotics Business Review's special report "Robotics and the “New” Supply Chain: 2015-2020" addresses the arrival, challenges, benefits and costs of the “New” supply chain and the demands of modern logistics. (August 28, 2014)

Japan, New Zealand Team Up on Healthcare Robots
Researchers in New Zealand have received a $150,000 grant from the government to work with Japanese experts on robots that assist the elderly and patients recovering from strokes. (August 06, 2014)

Essential Robotics: RBR Research Reports 2014
Our first six webcasts and aligned research reports are ready for you. (August 03, 2014)

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Robotics in Oil, Gas & Mining: 2015-2020
Robotics Business Review's special report "Robotics in Oil, Gas & Mining: 2015-2020" examines the latest trends in the oil, gas and mining industry, the challenges and opportunities of robotics, updates on the key companies, investment and funding analysis and much more. (July 31, 2014)

Analyst Outlook
How Tricky Is Investing in Robotics for Oil, Gas & Mining?
Robots are heading into brand new worlds where they have never before made contact (July 25, 2014)

Research Report
Healthcare Robotics: 2014
New developments, trends, challenges and opportunities in the medical robotics sector. (July 21, 2014)

Research Report
Robotics and the Revolution in Global Agriculture
Robotics Business Review's special report "Big Ag & Agribotics: 2014-2020 Robotics and the Revolution in Global Agriculture" examines the factors driving and challenges hindering the adoption of robotics in agriculture. (May 29, 2014)

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The Rise of Vision Systems: Turning Point for Robotics
Robotics Business Review's special report "The Rise of Vision Systems: Turning Point for Robotics" examines the technology behind vision systems, the market's key players, vision's impact on different robotics sectors, and the industry's recent performance and future expectations. (May 10, 2014)



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