IEEE conference: Technologies for Practical Robotics Applications

I'm currently at the inaugural IEEE TePRA conference in Woburn, Mass. The TePRA conference allows researchers to present on the technologies they've developed that are enabling low-cost practical robots to be commercialized. The technical program covers vision systems, manipulators, multi-robot applications, navigation and control, and more. Check back for reports on the cool stuff being shown (I just heard something about a robotic musical installation...)…

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I'm currently at the inaugural IEEE TePRA conference in Woburn, Mass. The TePRA conference allows researchers to present on the technologies they've developed that are enabling low-cost practical robots to be commercialized. The technical program covers vision systems, manipulators, multi-robot applications, navigation and control, and more. Check back for reports on the cool stuff being shown (I just heard something about a robotic musical installation...)

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