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posted in October 2012

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Video: Wearable Sensor Builds Maps on the Fly
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10/31/2012  9 comments
MIT researchers have created a prototype of a wearable sensor that can create maps of a person's environment as they move through it. Researchers envision emergency responders using the device to navigate disaster sites.
Docking Stations Let Sea Robots Recharge Batteries
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10/30/2012  9 comments
Battelle has developed a docking station where unmanned vessels can recharge batteries and share data with researchers during missions.
Vortex Surfing Technique Conserves Fuel
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10/24/2012  10 comments
Most people think of surfing as something done on water, but the Air Force is surfing the air to help its aircraft conserve fuel.
Nissan's Robotic Car Parks Itself, Picks You Up
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10/22/2012  36 comments
Nissan's NSC-2015 can find its own parking spot and return to pick you up after being summoned via mobile app.
Video: MABEL Mimics Human Gait
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10/18/2012  6 comments
MABEL is a new humanoid robot developed by researchers at Oregon State University and the University of Michigan that can walk and climb stairs like a human.
'MacGyver' Robot Can Use Found Objects to Solve Problems
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10/12/2012  27 comments
Locked out of your car with nothing to break in but a piece of chewing gum and a hair tie? No problem -- thereís a robot for that.
Robot 'Thinks' Like a Honey Bee
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10/9/2012  16 comments
Scientists in the UK are working on the creation of artificial intelligence to power a flying robot that can autonomously think like a honey bee, rather than be programmed to perform tasks.
Video: Robotic Firefighter of the Future
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10/5/2012  11 comments
The Bulldog RS-1 is a tank-like all-terrain truck that delivers mini robots that can be controlled from a safe distance to spray water on fires.


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