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Robotic Boat Simplifies Life for Scientists
A robotic boat crafted by students and faculty at Rowan University can get researchers out of the water to conduct pollution and other sampling.robot

Though it looks like a miniature yellow catamaran, a craft designed by professors and students at Rowan University is not your father’s toy boat.

Indeed, the wooden boat actually is a robotic flotation device and research tool called Interactive Mobile Aqua Probing & Surveillance or IMAPS. Faculty and students in the College of Engineering and the Biological Sciences Department in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences—both of which emphasize experimental design and hands-on learning—collaborated on IMAPS. They designed the 4’x3’x1’, 50-pound, laptop computer-operated boat to sample water parameters as part of environmental research and pollution monitoring.
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Mitsubishi Electric Automation Expands Robot Distribution
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc., a recognized leader in automation solutions, has announced the expansion of its distribution channel for robotics products. Mitsubishi Electric Automation's line of robots, targeted to small-to-medium payload applications in all types of environments, offers vertically articulated robots that can handle up to 12kg, and SCARA robots that can handle up to 18 kg, in addition to many specialty robots.

Mitsubishi Electric Automation has maintained a longstanding relationship with Rixan Associates of Dayton, Ohio, to sell and support all Mitsubishi Electric robots in North America. As of October 1, 2006, Mitsubishi Electric Automation has expanded its robot sales via several channel partners within their extensive network of automation distributors. Meanwhile, Rixan will continue to sell the Mitsubishi Electric robot line, as well as provide engineering and service support to the additional channel partners under the new arrangement.
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Bandai and Evolution Robotics Partner on Breakthrough Telepresence Robot
Powerful Technology at Low Cost Ushers in New Generation of Robots for Consumers

Bandai, one of the world’s largest toy companies, and Evolution Robotics, the leading provider of breakthrough robotic technologies for consumer products, today announced the release of a new home telepresence robot powered by Evolution Robotics’ ViPR® visual pattern recognition technology.

Bandai’s “NetTansor™” is a compact but powerful mobile robot designed for families and hobbyists. It comes as part of a complete kit that features an onboard camera, a wireless network connection, Evolution Robotics’ intelligent vision system and easy-to-use software for the PC. Users can access NetTansor remotely from the Internet, drive it around their home to check on pets while away on vacation, or even create programs for NetTansor to run entirely on its own, such as having NetTansor patrol their house and automatically send pictures to their mobile phone based on what it sees.
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Computer Scientists Unravel ‘Language of Surgery’
Borrowing ideas from speech recognition research, Johns Hopkins computer scientists are building mathemrobotatical models to represent the safest and most effective ways to perform surgery, including tasks such as suturing, dissecting and joining tissue.

The team’s long-term goal is to develop an objective way of evaluating a surgeon’s work and to help doctors improve their operating room skills. Ultimately, the research also could enable robotic surgical tools to perform with greater precision. The project, supported by a three-year National Science Foundation grant, has yielded promising early results in modeling suturing work. The researchers performed the suturing with the help of a robotic surgical device, which recorded the movements and made them available for computer analysis.
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Open Source Robotics Toolkits
Building a robot involves skills from many disciplines, including embedded firmware and hardware design, sensor selection, controls systems design, and mechanical design. But simulation environments can provide a virtual arena for testing, measuring, and visualizing robotics algorithms without the high cost (and time) of development. This article introduces you to some of the open source robotics toolkits for Linux®, demonstrates their capabilities, and helps you decide which is best for you.
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