Robotis

Founded in 1999, our company name ROBOTIS derived in response to the philosophical question “What is a robot?” and since then we have been commercializing personal robots. Our motivation and inspirations come from creativity and universality, and through these techniques we make childhood dreams come true. We hope to make our future a happy world merged together with robots and humans.

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Muscle Corporation

Muscle Corporation was founded in Osaka, Japan in 1988 and specializes in motion control for robots and other machinery.

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Intuitive Surgical Inc.

Based in Sunnyvale, CA, Intuitive Surgical Inc. has been developing machines used in micro-surgery since the late 1980s.

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Wroclaw University of Technology

EMYS is being developed by the Chair of Cybernetics and Robotics, Electronics Faculty, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland.

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Ekso Bionics

Ekso Bionics, a pioneer in the field of exoskeletons, was founded in Berkeley, California in 2005.

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PARO®

PARO was developed by Dr. Takanori Shibata, AIST, Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology.

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r-one Bots, Rice University

The Multi-Robot Systems Lab at Rice University in Houston researches the theory, algorithms and hardware for swarm robotics.

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ZJUNlict Team, Zhejiang University

These champion robots were developed by the State Key Laboratory of Industrial Control Technology, Zhejiang University, China.

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ROBOTIS

Established in South Korea in 1999, ROBOTIS endeavors to inspire creativity in all robot builders. The company name encourages everyone to think about what a ROBOT IS.

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Universal Robots

Universal Robots is a Danish robot manufacturer founded in 2005. The company has reinvented industrial robotics with lightweight, flexible and collaborative robotic arms.

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IBM

IBM is one of the largest and most innovative firms in the world. Thomas J. Watson was one of its first leaders and is the namesake of the Watson cognitive computer system.

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Empire Robotics

Founded in Boston in 2012, Empire Robotics is a team of soft robotics experts, materials scientists and automation engineers serving diverse technology fields.

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Robotiq

Based in Québec, Canada, Robotiq specializes in robotics for advanced manufacturing.

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FESTO

Festo, founded in 1925, is based in Germany. In addition to robots, Festo makes pneumatic and electric automation equipment for industry.

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SCHUNK

SCHUNK Intec, Inc. is a multinational manufacturing company, based principally in Germany. Schunk began in a garage in 1945, making brake drums for cars.

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FANUC

FANUC is one of the largest makers of industrial robots in the world. Based in Japan, its company name is an acronym for Factory Automation NUmerical Control.

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iRobot ®

iRobot designs and builds robots that make a difference. The company's home robots help people find smarter ways to clean, its defense and security robots protect those in harm's way, and its remote presence robots enable virtual presence from anywhere in the world.

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Yaskawa Motoman Robotics

Founded in Japan, Yaskawa Motoman provides solutions for virtually every industry and robotic application throughout the world.

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Velodyne

Velodyne is a technology company founded in 1983 and based in California’s Silicon Valley.
It specializes in audio and 3D LiDAR technology.

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HiBot

HiBot is a company based in Tokyo, Japan, which develops tools and robots for infrastructure inspections and that make hazardous work safer.

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Universty of Pennsylvania

The University of Pennsylvania’s Kod*lab specializes in biologically inspired robots.

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Recon Robotics

Based in Edina, Minnesota, ReconRobotics develops sophisticated tactical micro-robots used by military, law enforcement and counterterrorism teams worldwide.

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TOPY

TOPY was founded in Japan in the 1920s as a steelworks and manufacturer of machinery and automotive parts.

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NASA Jet Propulsion Lab

Founded in the 1930s and located in Pasadena, California, the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s robotic spacecraft have blazed the trail to the planets and the universe beyond.

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Virginia Tech and RoMeLa

The Terrestrial Robotics Engineering & Controls and RoMeLa Labs at Virginia Tech and Dr. Dennis Hong design, fabricate and deploy humanoid robots for a variety of functionalities, including assisting humans with disaster response.

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DJI

DJI empowers industry and individuals to capture images that were once out of their reach in many fields including filmmaking, conservation, agriculture and more. DJI began in China in 2006 and now has offices around the world.

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Illinois Institute of Technology

The research performed at the Robotics Lab at IIT is in the general area of robotics with specific attention to mobility in challenging environments.

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Murata

Murata, based in Kyoto, Japan, designs, manufactures and supplies advanced electronic components. Murata innovations can be found in mobile phones, home appliances, automobiles, energy management systems and healthcare devices. Its work in robotics is focused on showcasing how fun and inspiring robots can be.

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Modular Robotics

Modular Robotics, based in Boulder, Colorado, is helping to shape the way children approach problem solving by building clever and engaging robot construction systems and toys.

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Rethink Robotics

Rethink Robotics is making robots more accessible, usable and practical than they have ever been before. The company, founded in 2008, is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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