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Data Robotics Introduces Drobo- the World’s First Storage Robot

Drobo makes data protection and storage expansion effortless

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA — June 5, 2007 — Data Robotics introduces Drobo, the first fully automated storage robot designed to ensure that data is always protected, storage capacity is unlimited and it is exceptionally easy to expand. Drobo limits the amount of human interaction required and includes some of the most advanced automated features available, including self-monitoring, self-healing and an easy-to-understand visual status and alert panel.  With the introduction of Drobo, Data Robotics frees consumers and small businesses from the time-consuming chore of storage management, enabling them to focus more of their time on personal or professional interests.

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Two Promising Robotics Companies: iRobot and Braintech
By Kishore Jethanandani : Robots, until recently, had limited applications, largely confined to the automobile industry for materials handling and for welding; in all these cases robots perform fixed functions for repetitive tasks. A new generation of robots has vision capabilities and is more mobile which enables flexible automation. Industrial applications have expanded into packaging of food items, painting in automotive and non-automotive industries and for compliance with FDA regulations in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
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Welcome to the (Robot) Social
In The Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams ironically referred to a robot built by the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation as "Your plastic pal that's fun to be with." But at the University of Hertfordshire, plans are underway to develop something along the same lines.

The robots created as part of the Interactive Robotic social Mediators as Companions (IROMEC) project wouldn't be playmates, exactly, but more like aides for kids with developmental delays like autism and Asperger's syndrome.
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MIT Uses RC Helicopters in UAV Swarm Health Management Project
Using an electric RC helicopter called a Draganflyer (manufactured by Draganfly Innovations Inc) MIT is developing a system to allow multiple flying craft to work together under computer control, performing surveillance and monitoring tasks. MIT calls this their UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Swarm Health Management Project.

MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is using the Draganflyer RC helicopter in their UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) Swarm Health Management Project, which is focused on surveillance and monitoring of ground based objects or vehicles. The goal is continuous monitoring using multiple autonomous vehicles in swarms, with distributed intelligent computer control and minimal human supervision. The multi-vehicle testbed developed by MIT uses several Draganflyer four rotor electric RC helicopters and a computer tracking and positioning system to monitor and control multiple unmanned aerial vehicles. The components of the system communicate with each other through Ethernet connections.
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Snake-Like Robot and Steady-Hand System Could Assist Surgeons
robotJohns Hopkins University researchers are designing new robotic medical tools to equip the operating room of the future, in an effort to help doctors treat patients more safely and effectively and allow them to perform surgical tasks that are nearly impossible today.

Drawing on advances in robotics and computer technology, Johns Hopkins University researchers are designing new high-tech medical tools to equip the operating room of the future. These systems and instruments could someday help doctors treat patients more safely and effectively and allow them to perform surgical tasks that are nearly impossible today.

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