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    SilMach is a MEMS company which is pioneer in the field of silicon-based micromechanics. SilMach SA has a world-wide reputation for its advanced research dedicated to MEMS-based bionic...
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    KRIA team has contributed to the company’s wealth of expertise in Computer Vision project management with long-standing experience in application fields as diverse as high-end video surveillance...
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    International Submarine Engineering Ltd. (ISE) is a world leader in the design and integration of autonomous and remotely operated robotic vehicles and terrestrial robotics. The company has evolved a...
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    At Cobalt, we’re on a mission to make spaces smarter, safer, and more secure. By applying artificial intelligence and robotic automation to handle mundane, important tasks, we enable our...
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    TM Robotics is a world leader in Industrial Robots. SCARA robots from Toshiba Machine are probably the world’s easiest to use Industrial Robots. At TM Robotics our entire philosophy is about...
  • News - 26 Jul 2013
    At the Laboratory of Intelligent Systems we are developing a novel flying platform which has the ability to move on the ground by using its wings only. Using the wings as whegs to move on rough...
  • News - 10 May 2019
    Hummingbirds can not only fly like a bird but also hover like an insect. If drones had this combination, they would be able to move better through collapsed buildings and other chaotic spaces to...
  • News - 14 Sep 2018
    An innovative insect-inspired flying robot, created by TU Delft scientists from the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab), was recently showcased in the September 14th issue of Science....
  • News - 30 Sep 2022
    Festo brings the company's flying robotic dragonfly and swift to Boston on Saturday, October 1, to celebrate RoboBoston - the MassRobotics sponsored 5th annual Robot Block Party. The public is...
  • News - 3 Feb 2022
    A new drive system for flapping wing autonomous robots has been developed by a University of Bristol team, using a new method of electromechanical zipping that does away with the need for conventional...

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