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Defense, Security & Surveillance

Defense, Security and Surveillance Robots are much more robust than their hobby grade or educational counterparts. They are built to take abuse and save lives by placing themselves in harsh or dangerous environments humans would rather not find themselves in. 


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Robots for a Mine-free World

Posted on April 14, 2014

By Mario Tremblay & filled under Military.

I am proud to say that in 1996 I was part of a NATO-led multinational force in Bosnia and Herzegovina tasked with demining and bomb disposal. As a combat engineer with the Implementation Force (IFOR), our job was both extremely exhilarating and absolutely frightening. If you have seen any of the Hurt Locker movies, you [...]
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RobotShop Unveils the 5th Generation of It’s Web Platform, Launches new Robot App Store

Posted on October 26, 2013

By Carlos Asmat & filled under RobotShop.

In its 10th anniversary, at RobotShop we are very excited to unveil the 5th major upgrade to our web presence. Not only the user interface was refreshed and made compatible with the latest web standards, the catalogue browsing, and the search engine has been improved to make it more convenient to find the robots and [...]
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Trends in Robotics

Posted on March 12, 2011

By RB1 & filled under Industry.

Listed below are just a small fraction of the examples of the robotic revolution. By reading the signs of times, we can clearly see the trends and imagine the future. These trends allow us to take appropriate action to make a better future. Industry On 9 October 2002, a Service Robotics Group was founded under [...]
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Top 10 Robots of the Past 10 Years – Robots of the Decade Awards

Posted on January 04, 2010

By William Cox & filled under Industry, Tutorials.

As we say goodbye to the 200x’s and welcome the 201x’s it’s good to pause a bit and think about the world as it was ten years ago. There was no Wikipedia, no YouTube, internet access was still dialup for a huge portion of the population, and we didn’t have a whole heap of really [...]
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Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works Hard at Work on Robotic Drones

Posted on February 07, 2006

By William Cox & filled under Military.

Here’s an insightful article from the Wall Street Journal about Lockheed Martin’s foray into the robot done market. Lockheed, which helped develop the Dragon Eye, and the Desert Hawk is trying to play catch-up to larger robotic drone makers, like Northrup Grumman and Boeing. There’re working on innovative ideas, like a plane that can be [...]
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