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Media Advisory 05-017
Robots: An Exhibition of U.S. Automatons from the Leading Edge of Research

Machines highlight the WTEC International Study of Robotics

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Poster highlighting the NSF Robotics Exhibition

On Sept. 16, NSF will host an exhibition of robotics research. Researchers from across the United States will present advanced robotics technology in hands-on demonstrations.

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, NSF


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The University of Southern California Humanoid Robot Head.

The University of Southern California Humanoid Robot Head is one of many robots coming to NSF for the exhibition. For descriptions of other visiting robots, see: http://www.nsf.gov/news/newsmedia/robotics05/exhibitors.jsp.

Credit: Zina Deretsky, NSF


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A full-scale mockup of the Mars Exploration Rover will be on display at the NSF robotics exhibition

A full-scale mockup of the Mars Exploration Rover will be on display at the NSF robotics exhibition.

Credit: NASA


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This video demonstrates the capabilities of the rugged, quick, robotic spy, Scout, a technology from the University of Minnesota.
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Credit: University of Minnesota Center for Distributed Robotics

 

Illustration of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Solar-Powered Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (SAUV)

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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Solar-Powered Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (SAUV)

Credit: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/National Science Foundation

 

COTS-M Scout Robot

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University of Minnesota COTS-M Scout Robot

Credit: University of Minnesota/National Science Foundation

 

Self-Assembling Robotics

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University of Washington Self-Assembling Robotics

Credit: University of Washington/National Science Foundation

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Bipedal Walking Robot

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Bipedal Walking Robot

Credit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology/National Science Foundation

 

University of Virginia COOL Aide: Robotics Assistance for the Elderly

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University of Virginia COOL Aide: Robotics Assistance for the Elderly

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