Squishy Robotics in the News
Squishy Robotics’ Director of Controls Engineering Brian Cera delivered a paper at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS). The multi-day conference attracted many of the world’s leading robotics experts and educators.
Emergency scenario where there is a multi-car accident in a well-used roadway tunnel. One of the vehicles involved is an overturned truck carrying hazardous materials. There are unknown numbers of drivers and passengers trapped in their vehicles at this potentially poisonous underground scene.
Government Computer News (GCN) published an article, Squishy robots give responders remote insights, detailing how early research work for NASA evolved into applications here on earth that use edge and cloud computing to provide information for emergency responders. Government Computer News
Material Handling & Logistics published an article about how our robots can be used in situations where human access can be difficult or unsafe, Sensor Robots Can Handle Hazardous Situations. Its sister publication, EHS Today, published the same story on its website. The publications serve two different managerial and professional groups: material handling managers who oversee supply chain, logistics, and material handling in manufacturing, distribution, and retail sectors and environmental, health, and safety managers in the manufacturing, construction, and service sectors.
The $734,000 Phase II grant, will be awarded over the next two years, will enable our company to further develop our product platform while continuing to test, improve, and sell our Stationary Robot. In addition to helping Squishy Robotics perform the R&D that will assist us to de-risk future products, the SBIR Phase II grant will also match 50 percent of any investor funding up to $500,000.
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