Cedar Valley Robot Week

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#CVRobotW Visit cedarvalleyrobotweek.com Robots are at work all around us. They work with unhuman precision, do the dirty work and keep us safe. There are robots in industry, retail, schools and even in your home. Cedar Valley Robot Week is all about celebrating the robots at work in our community. All of the robot week robots are organized by the type of work they do. How many robots are at work in your home?

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This robot might look like something from a science fiction movie, but it is really a research robot, BigDog, designed by Boston Robotics is designed to travel with solders where vehicles can not.

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Mars Pathfinder Sojourner Rover, was the first robot to react to unplanned events on another planet.

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US Textile Industry Grows With More Technology and Fewer Workers

After decades of decline, the U.S. textile and apparel industry is growing again and many factories are competing with low-wage operations in countries like China. In North Carolina, where the textile industry was once dominant, the industry has reinvented itself using technology but also employing far fewer people than in the past. Robots do most of the heavy lifting at the National Spinning Company plant in Burlington, North Carolina. This factory dyes over 110,000 kilograms (250,000…

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The Robot Hall of Fame - Powered by Carnegie Mellon University "Shakey" was the first robot able to make decisions for itself.

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Robots Have Been Visiting Mars For 40 Years Today

Happy anniversary to Viking 1, which landed on this date in 1976.

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Robots Have Been Visiting Mars For 40 Years Today

Happy anniversary to Viking 1, which landed on this date in 1976.

Cincinnati Milacron T3 type robotic arm | 102640478 | Computer History Museum  he first robotic arm to be controlled by microcomputer was the T3.  The Tomorrow Tool (T3) was designed by Richard Hohn for Cincinnati Milacron Corporation in 1974. Computer History Museum, Robot Arm, Cincinnati, Robotics, Type, Google Search

Cincinnati Milacron T3 type robotic arm | 102640478

Cincinnati Milacron T3 type robotic arm | 102640478 | Computer History Museum he first robotic arm to be controlled by microcomputer was the T3. The Tomorrow Tool (T3) was designed by Richard Hohn for Cincinnati Milacron Corporation in 1974.

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A swarm of robots will soon be overtaking John Deere's Horicon, Wis. The OTTO 1500 are self-driving industrial robots that can move parts around the plant. Each robot can carry up to 3000 lbs. Mobile Robot, Futuristic Robot, Robotic Automation, Industrial Robots, Humanoid Robot, Self Driving, Transportation, Engineering, Vehicles

Steering Toward Safety in a World of Self-Driving Robots

In a factory, people already are trained to be safe. Self-driving robots just need to be worked into that knowledge base.

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Unimate - The First Industrial Robot

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Farmers reap benefits of driverless tractor tech

Farming is big business across America, with more than two million farms covering more than 900 million acres. Many tractors are equipped with technology tha...

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Google didn’t lead the self-driving vehicle revolution. John Deere did.

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NASA Astronaut sharing about the role of Iowa made Wheelift robot in getting a man to Mars. Nasa Astronauts, Types Of Work, Project Management, Iowa, Mars, Robot, March, Robotics, Robots

Wheelift project manager Craig Schmeiser at TDS Automation gets NASA Silver Snoopy award

Wheelift project manager Craig Schmeiser at TDS Automation gets NASA Silver Snoopy award Read more at www.wcfcourier.com

The University of Iowa's Iowa Robotic Observatory controls a telescope in Arizona, now that's one long robotic arm! Actually, software and the Internet allow scientists to control the observatory remotely. Types Of Work, Robot Arm, Scientists, Telescope, Iowa, Arizona, Software, University, Internet

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Underwater robots offer scientists an extraordinary new tool to study ocean currents and the tiny creatures they transport. Swarms of these underwater robots helped answer some basic questions about the most abundant life forms in the ocean -- plankton. Ocean Current, Types Of Work, Oceans Of The World, Robot Design, Abundant Life, Life Form, Ocean Life, Science And Nature, Underwater

Swarm of underwater robots mimics ocean life: Fesearchers collaborate on new technology study using 'robotic plankton'

Underwater robots offer scientists an extraordinary new tool to study ocean currents and the tiny creatures they transport. Swarms of these underwater robots helped answer some basic questions about the most abundant life forms in the ocean -- plankton.

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