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IROS exhibit hall with companies at IROS 2011

         
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07 October 2011



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In today’s show we take you around the Exhibit Hall of the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) that took place in San Francisco last week. IROS is one of the main conferences in robotics, attracting thousands of roboticists from around the world. This year’s edition celebrating 50 years of robotics received a record number of submissions. The conference, that spans over 6 days, featured workshops, tutorials, interactive presentations, live robot demonstrations and keynote talks from world-leading roboticists on design, bio-robotics, and Google’s autonomous cars.

By bringing you around the permanent exhibit hall, we hope to give you a feel for what it was like to be there. We’ll be stopping at nearly every booth, talking to leaders in the field, asking about the robots we see, listening to robots present themselves, and even doing some demos along the way.

Companies we had a chance to chat with include:
Intuitive Surgical
Robotiq
SimLab
Robotis
National Instruments
Adept
Barrett
Shadow Robot
Schunk
Kuka
Butterfly Haptics
BioRob
Bosch Research
Festo
Aldebaran
Hokuyo
Willow Garage
Skybotix
Cyberbotics
Care-o-bot
iCub

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Podcast team The ROBOTS Podcast brings you the latest news and views in robotics through its bi-weekly interviews with leaders in the field.
Podcast team The ROBOTS Podcast brings you the latest news and views in robotics through its bi-weekly interviews with leaders in the field.





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