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The Robotics Summit & Showcase is a multifaceted educational forum and showcase dedicated to addressing the technical issues involved with developing commercial robotics and intelligent systems. The inaugural event takes place May 23-24 in Boston, one of the world’s leading cities for robotics, and is packed with live demos and discussions about cutting-edge robots and intelligent systems. The Conference Program of keynotes and general sessions are specifically designed to impart to technical professionals the information they need to successfully develop the next generation of commercial robotics system. The Showcase provides attendees with hands on access to the latest design and development solutions for producing robotics and intelligent systems products and services. Here is a sample of robots that attendees will meet and/or learn about at the Robotics Summit. Many other robots will be demoed and discussed at length during the two-day event. Boston Dynamics SpotMini SpotMini is one of the most recognizable robots on the planet, and Robotics Summit attendees have the chance to get up close and personal with this four-legged masterpiece. In his closing keynote “ Building Dynamic Robots ,” Boston Dynamics founder and CEO Marc Raibert will give attendees an update on the company that makes those viral YouTube videos and go under the hood of its biped and quadruped robots that jump, run, balance and even do backflips. Raibert will also conduct a live demo of SpotMini, which can handles objects, climbs stairs, and opens doors. Agility Robotics Cassie Bipedal Robot Damion Shelton, co-founder and CEO of Agility Robotics, will take us behind the scenes of the company’s Cassie bipedal robot. Developers of mobile robotics systems have a choice of technological approaches to support ground-based locomotion – wheels, tracks, and legged systems, among them. But only one class of locomotion – bipedalism – movement using […]
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