March 01, 2012      

Take it as a sign of just how quickly the robotics industry is maturing that we already have efforts underway to legally integrate robots in non-factory and non-military environments.

Last June, for example, as we reported, Nevada took steps to make driving robotic vehicles legal on public roads.

Then last month, we noted that President Obama signed an FAA bill, which included a measure requiring the agency to integrate unmanned aerial craft into the public airways by 2015.

The challenges of ...

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