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We determine the future of field robotics by casting the vision, and creating the technology, robots and leaders of tomorrow. We will change the world by actualizing robots at work. There will be a fundamental shift in the way we build, secure, sustain, power and feed the world. Robots will be established as tools for craft, labor and hazardous duty on Earth and beyond. The robots we create and the leaders we develop will expand the bounds of human experience.

Wany Robotics Robotics technologies and engineering services for education, research and consumer products

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For more than one decade, Wany Robotics has been a major innovative actor of the Robotics Market. From expert applications to mass market manufacturing, Wany Robotics is a world-leading provider of products and solutions. In May 2008, Wany Robotics officially launches PekeeII robot, the second generation of multi-purpose mobile robots for Education and Industry. PekeeII and associated hardware, software and services are available for purchase on a dedicated online store.

Israel, China Inaugurate Joint Robotics Institute


The Sino-Israeli Robotics Institute (SIRI) was inaugurated in mid-December when a delegation of nine Israeli companies -- led by Ariel University Prof. Zvi Shiller, chair of the Israeli Robotics Association, and Technion Prof. Moshe Shoham, founder of Mazor Robotics and a world leader in medical robotics -- participated in the second Sino-Israeli Robotics Innovation Conference in Guangzhou, China. Intended as "home base" for Israeli robotics companies entering the Chinese market, SIRI is located at the Guangzhou International Robotics Center (ROBOHUB), a government-supported, 4,800-square-meter robotics incubator and demonstration center including a large exhibition and demo area, innovation lab, training center, and corporate offices. "This is an exciting time for the Israeli robotics industry," Shiller said. "We are committed to establishing a true partnership with SIRI and ROBOHUB, and we look forward to broadening this strategic cooperation, which will serve as a fast track for transforming ideas into products and for moving products into the Chinese market." The conference attracted some 100 robotics companies from Guangdong Province, more than 40 of which held B2B meetings with the Israeli companies.

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Robotics is a combination of engineering and technology, which includes mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, computer science, and other engineering domains. Robotics is one of the emerging fields now in the industry. Now in approximately every sector robots are using for making simple the situations. For a robotic process, the system requires a combination of software and physical components such as power supply, actuators, sensors, locomotive parts, storage devices, and control software. Robotics is now widely used in military, security, construction, and field of medical, agriculture, household operation, and education.

Sergey Levine: Deep Robotic Learning CMU RI Seminar


Abstract: "Deep learning methods have provided us with remarkably powerful, flexible, and robust solutions in a wide range of passive perception areas: computer vision, speech recognition, and natural language processing. However, active decision making domains such as robotic control present a number of additional challenges, standard supervised learning methods do not extend readily to robotic decision making, where supervision is difficult to obtain. In this talk, I will discuss experimental results that hint at the potential of deep learning to transform robotic decision making and control, present a number of algorithms and models that can allow us to combine expressive, high-capacity deep models with reinforcement learning and optimal control, and describe some of our recent work on scaling up robotic learning through collective learning with multiple robots."