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Robotics team car drives all by itself

Jeffrey Elkus

In 551 Baldwin Hall, the University of Cincinnati robotics team is preparing its Bearcat Cub and DARPA (Defense Advance Research Projects Agency) Jeep for competition. The robots are being tested and developed for the 15th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle competition June 8-11 in Rochester, Mich.

The Bearcat Cub is the smaller of the two vehicles and is built out of industrialized erector sets.

The vehicle communicates with two personal computers attached to it with a router. In addition, there is a communications port, which is commonly used to plug in a computer monitor, to connect different hardware devices to help operate the Cub. USB ports are also used to hook up additional equipment.

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Sizing up the coming robotics revolution
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--When it comes to robots, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab is one of the places in the world where the magic happens.

Rodney Brooks is the Panasonic professor of robotics at MIT and the director of CSAIL. He is also the co-founder and chief technology officer of iRobot and one of the principal architects of iRobot's Roomba vacuum.

On Tuesday, RoboBusiness 2007, an international conference showcasing consumer, commercial and military robots, will convene in Boston. To gain insight on what's in the pipeline, CNET News.com sat down with Brooks, one of the leading experts on robots and artificial intelligence.

From his office at CSAIL, Brooks shared his thoughts on the best AI readily available today and the four things it will take for the magicians of science to match science fiction fantasies.

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Robotics is the way of the future and present for manufacturing

By Ken Schnepf

PlantServices.com
Keywords: "robotics" and"automation"

Learning to put robotics to use is an essential survival skill for U.S. manufacturers as robots become more efficient, reliable and easier to control while the available labor market shrinks with automation as part of the solution to fill the gap.

Robotic arms, controls and software are reaching out and grabbing an ever increasing portion of manufacturing. Learning to put robotics to use is an essential survival skill for U.S. manufacturers as robots become more efficient, reliable and easier to control while the available labor market shrinks with automation as part of the solution to fill the gap.

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Evolution Robotics Crosses the Two Million Product Mark

Adoption of Robotic Technologies in Consumer Products Accelerates as Evolution Robotics Enables New Breakthrough Applications for Mobile Phones, Interactive Toys and Robotic Vacuums

BOSTON--Evolution Robotics, the leading provider of breakthrough robotic technologies for consumer products, today announced that there are now more than two million products in the market powered by the companys technologies. Evolution Robotics partners with brand leaders to help make their products smarter by delivering ground breaking solutions for robotic vision, navigation and intelligence at very low costs. Over the last year, Evolution Robotics partnered with Bandai Networks, WowWee, Bandai Toys and other companies on a range of products including visual search applications for mobile phones to navigation solutions for smarter robotic vacuum cleaners.
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FIRST and Microsoft Announce New FIRST Robotics Competition Seattle Regional Event in 2008

MANCHESTER, N.H.-(Business Wire)-May 15, 2007 - FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and Microsoft Corporation announced a new FIRST Robotics Competition Seattle regional event for 2008. The regional competition will be sponsored by Microsoft. Activities are underway to form a planning committee, recruit teams, volunteers, and sponsors, and determine the competition date and venue.

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