Squishy Robotics in the News
Squishy Robotics has just started working on two projects for the U.S. Army. Our company was recently competitively selected for a $108,000 U.S. Army development contract. We have also signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center (CCDC Soldier Center) in Natick, Massachusetts.
ISHN Magazine published two recent articles. The first provides an overview of Squishy Robotics and its technologies, and in the second, editor Dave Johnson describes how our robots “come to the rescue” in First responders get life-saving sensor readings, video surveillance. ISHN Magazine is published for safety and health professionals in high-hazard industrial and construction workplaces.
This article in Popular Mechanics explains how work for NASA led CEO Alice Agogino to the realization that everything that made our robots perfect for space exploration—their autonomous sensing power, remote control capabilities, and unprecedented impact durability—made our robots perfect for Earth-based disaster responders.
ZDNet’s reporter Greg Nichols explains how robots can go where people can’t during emergencies. Features Squishy Robotics as an example.
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