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Blueforce Development podcast with Deniz Dogruer, COO at Squishy Robotics, talks about their game-changing robotics platform made from tensegrity structures for disaster rescue and remote monitoring. (Season 1 Episode 3) Develo
Squishy Robotics’ engineering team members were busy building and shipping robots in April. Our new generation of robots were sent to several states and to Australia.
Blueforce Development Corporation develops software that shares and disseminates data among people, systems, and machines. Helping people form secure workgroups using mobile devices, Blueforce (which is based in Newburyport, MA) has built a customer base among military, homeland security, law enforcement, and emergency response personnel.
Gabriel Graveline, Tulsa Fire Department (TFD) firefighter, paramedic, and robotics team leader for the department’s unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) program shared these pictures of our HazMat sensor robots on location in Oklahoma.
Squishy Robotics was highlighted in a National Science Foundation (NSF) video. This latest video, Research to the Rescue: 4 Awesome Discoveries You Probably Didn’t Hear About, illustrates how NSF funding has helped advance technologies that show promise for disaster mitigation.
With the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, Squishy Robotics welcomed eight UC Berkeley Master of Engineering (MEng) students to our engineering team. Typically, MEng students apply to different UC Berkeley-affiliated companies or laboratories to work as interns to gain industry experience as part of their one-year master’s program.
Squishy Robotics Lead Mechatronics Engineer Douglas Hutchings was invited to give a presentation about Squishy Robotics’ commercial products and ongoing work adapting our sensor robots for military needs at the xTech 3 Summit.
Squishy Robotics was featured in a recent National Science Foundation (NSF) video highlighting our R&D work that was funded by an ongoing NSF Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant awarded in 2019.
Squishy Robotics is building and testing some BIG robots—some are 47-inches in diameter and can carry payloads more than 7 times the size of our 22-inch sensor robots that are being used by first responders for persistent HazMat monitoring during emergencies.