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NDIA to Organize Ground Robotics Conference

The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) has declared that 2011 Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference & Exhibition is scheduled to be held in Orlando between March 22 and 24, 2011.

The conference will be participated by robotics manufacturers, soldiers and homeland security personnel and will focus on enhancing the knowledge of robotic developers and manufacturers regarding the needs of the user.

Members of the conference will discuss on “Saving Lives, Saving $ – Are Robot Recruits the Answer?” and will look at the future of robotic technology to offer both protection and abilities to soldiers and primary responders.

Source: http://www.ndia.org

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