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Throwbot Maker ReconRobotics Forced to Regroup
The rise and fall of ReconRobotics isn't because its Throwbot is a bad product; federal budget wrangles and questionable expenses took their toll. (September 09, 2015)

ReconRobotics Takes a Big Hit!
Order killed for 1,000 of its Recon Scout robots. (January 26, 2014)

ReconRobotics Announces Sales Up 50%+ for 2012
Military and counterterror teams recognizing unique reconnaissance capabilities (December 28, 2012)

ReconRobotics Invests In R&D With Los Alamos National Laboratory
Recon Robotics and LANL have signed a cooperative research and development agreement to “"identify, evaluate and develop a range of mutually beneficial technologies," efforts that will assist LANL in its mission-related activities for the U.S. Department of Energy and create value for ReconRobotics shareholders (July 11, 2012)

U.S. Military To Spend $13.9M On New Throwbot XT
ReconRobotics, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a $13.9 million contract by the U.S. Army's Rapid Equipping Force for up to 1,000 of it’s recently unveiled Throwbot XT’s. (June 27, 2012)

French Commandos Take Out Terrorist With Scout XT
ReconRobotics' Scout XT provides video essential to slaying a wanted extremist (June 18, 2012)

ReconRobotics’ Lighter, Smarter Throwbot XT To Be Unveiled At Eurosatory 2012
ReconRobotics, the developer of tactical, micro-robot systems including the ReconScout robot, will introduce its highly advanced reconnaissance robot, Throwbot XT, at the Eurosatory 2012 defense and security exhibition taking place June 11-14 in Paris. (June 08, 2012)

Recon Robots Assist SWAT Teams in Washington DC Area
Washington, DC-area tactical and special operations teams will use the throwable micro-robot systems during high-risk tactical and counterterrorism operations to gain improved situational awareness and greater standoff distance. (May 03, 2012)

Are Airborne Systems Next for ReconRobotics?
ReconRobotics, Inc., engaged in the design and development of micro-robot systems for defense and law enforcement, announced today that it has acquired Xollai LLC, a systems engineering firm with a broad base of intellectual property in automated guidance technology, optics-based autonomous control systems, and image processing and recognition. (April 05, 2012)

Army orders 1,100 micro-robots for $13.9 million
Largest order in the 6-year-old company’s history. (February 17, 2012)

MICROMO and ReconRobotics Team Up on Rugged UGV Solution
Miniature, unmanned ground vehicles reliably perform reconnaissance in the harshest environments, with the help of compact, high-torque servo motors. (January 19, 2012)

Army Orders 315 Recon Scout XT Robots from ReconRobotics
Recon Scout XT weighs just 1.2lbs and can be deployed in five seconds. (October 06, 2011)

ReconRobotics Awarded $5.8 Million in U.S. Military Contracts
The miniature Recon Scout reconnaissance robots are designed to protect dismounted soldiers. (August 24, 2011)

ReconRobotics and SSC Pacific Sign Development Agreement for Micro-Robot
The companies will jointly develop the small, magnetized robot for use in maritime piracy interdiction. (May 10, 2011)

Video Reconnaissance in a Small, Throwable Package
A manufacturer of tactical, micro-robot systems, ReconRobotics Inc. has focused its product line on the need for immediate video reconnaissance and situational awareness by law enforcement and military units operating in high-risk environments. ReconRobotics’ devices weigh less than 3 pounds, while the weight of a total system, including the operator control unit (OCU), is less than 5 pounds. (April 29, 2011)

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