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CajunBot zooms ahead

"Change lanes."

"Looking very nice." 
Arun Lakhotia almost whispers the commands to the bright red Jeep Wrangler navigating a stretch of asphalt at Cajun Field.

But it's not Lakhotia's words that guide the vehicle or the hands of a driver behind the wheel.

The Jeep is CajunBot II, the autonomous vehicle designed by a team of students and researchers at UL for the Department of Defense's DARPA — or Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

On Wednesday, CajunBot II showed DARPA officials what it could do. The officials will decide in a few weeks which teams will compete in its Urban Challenge on Nov. 3.

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Robotics and electroindustry see solid growth

Ann Arbor, MI and Rosslyn, VA—Both robotics and electroindustry are growing in 2007, according to the Robotic Industries Association (RIA) and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) in separate announcements. Robotics companies posted gains of 24% in the first quarter, while current business conditions for the electroindustry improved considerably in June compared to May.

A total of 4,603 robots valued at $274.5 million were sold to North American manufacturing firms through March, RIA says. Including sales from companies outside North America, the totals are 5,027 robots valued at $293.9 million, a gain of 26% in units and 3% in revenue.

“It’s encouraging to see new orders growing again,” said Donald A. Vincent, RIA’s executive vice president. “This is the highest number of robots we’ve seen ordered in a quarter since midway through 2005.”

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Tomy i-SOBOT Robot Site Live

Tomy has turned on the official i-SOBOT website for their new, low cost, high performance, humanoid robot. The website is pretty minimal at this point - basically a place holder - but it's pretty obvious from the website images that the U.S. i-SOBOT versions will be black while the Japanese versions will be primarily white with some blue parts.

Although it is fully functional, and features 17 degrees of freedom, the i-SOBOT is so small that the developers carry it around in a small plastic toolbox. It's target price is small also, about one third of the price of its nearest larger competition. It does pack a tremendous amount of performance, and a huge personality into that tiny package.

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iRobot Teams With Taser for Armed Robots

Although its more commonly known for its floor-cleaning robots, iRobot also contracts out to law enforcement and the Pentagon. A new robot could soon be armed to assist soldiers and law enforcement.

The company said Thursday that it teamed up with the maker of Tasers to incorporate the technology into robots that it builds for its clients. The first prototype of a model using the technology will be shown off at a Taser conference in Chicago, July 9-10.

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Micro Crawler Robots can Travel against the Bloodstream
Scientists at the Technion University, teamed with a researcher from the College of Judea and Samaria, have developed a miniature robot that can move within the bloodstream.

Researchers around the world have been trying to develop miniature, remote-controlled robots for minimally invasive medical treatments within the body.

"For the first time a miniature robot has been planned and constructed, that has the unique ability to crawl within the human body's veins and arteries," said Dr. Nir Shvalb of the College of Judea and Samaria on Monday
 
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