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The Autonomous World of Marine Robotics
Video: Boeing Shows Robotic Build of 777 Fuselage
How WPI is Shaping the Future of Robotics


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

Healthcare Robotics 2014, the Webcast: Can’t-Miss Winner!
Exoskeletons is the breakout story of 2014! (July 20, 2014)

In-Depth Analysis
The Autonomous World of Marine Robotics
Marine robotics is rapidly sailing toward its ultimate goal: full autonomy. An emerging generation of systems are being designed to operate independently and make on-the-spot decisions with no direct human control. (July 17, 2014)

Video: Boeing Shows Robotic Build of 777 Fuselage
RBR50 companies Boeing and KUKA Robotics design robotic fuselage fastener to replace today's manual operations (July 16, 2014)

Ekso Bionics Completes Training at Switzerland’s Largest Rehab Center
SPC Nottwil joins a growing list of rehab centers in Europe that use an exoskeleton from RBR50 company Ekso Bionics to help paralyzed patients. SPC Nottwil typically treats almost three-fourths of people living with spinal paralysis in Switzerland. (July 16, 2014)

How WPI is Shaping the Future of Robotics
Although long overshadowed by its Bay State rival MIT, Worcester Polytechnic Institute continues to make important contributions to the advancement of robotics education and innovation. (July 15, 2014)

When Global RoboBusiness Hits Boston, Be There!
This offer ends in 7 days, so hurry! Join us today. (July 14, 2014)

BirdBrain Hatches Successful Kickstarter Campaign for Hummingbird Duo Robotics Kit
BirdBrain Technologies, a Pittsburgh-based robotics startup, has raised more than $42,000 on Kickstarter for its Hummingbird Duo robotics kit. The new Hummingbird Duo, which will ship in December 2014, is essentially two boards in one, operating as either an original Hummingbird controller or as an Arduino Leonardo with an integrated motor/servo shield and improved connectors. (July 14, 2014)

Intel’s Jimmy the Robot: “Like a Smartphone with Legs”
Intel just may have caught the first bus leaving for the Age of Smart Robots in peoples’ homes. (July 10, 2014)

EcoMachines, Q-Bot & UK Betting Big on Robotics
Helping robotic and autonomous technologies out of the lab and into the marketplace, (July 10, 2014)

Ryan Calo’s “Big Idea”: New Federal Agency for Robots
He has a knack for taking a bunch of complex ideas and turning them into smooth common sense. (July 08, 2014)

Market Need Plus Thoughtful Design Plus Founder Credibility Equal Success in Educational Robotics
A top university expert in child development and a robotics marketing whiz teamed up 12 months ago to create a deliberately low-tech way for 4-year-olds to learn robotics. (July 08, 2014)

3D Systems vs. Stratasys: Will Industrial Sector Decide?
Two rivals, 3D Systems and Stratasys, have the field virtually to themselves. (July 08, 2014)

3D-Printed Construction Tech Reaching Critical Mass
“It appears this is a technology whose time has finally come.” (July 04, 2014)

Argo Medical Works on IPO as ReWalk Personal Exoskeleton OK’d by FDA
Argo Medical, maker of the ReWalk motorized exoskeleton, is looking to raise $40-50 million for an initial public offering in 2014. (July 02, 2014)



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