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DARPA Robot Challenge: Disaster Recovery

Robots can go where humans can't in a disaster. See what the innovative machines in DARPA's next robotics challenge can do.
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Virginia Tech is building a Tactical Hazardous Operations Robot, known as THOR, for the competition. The team plans to emphasize hardware resilience and robot autonomy coupled with intuitive operation, so THOR can infer its operator's intentions on a task.

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8/12/2013 | 6:12:34 AM
re: DARPA Robot Challenge: Disaster Recovery
hi.... i am student in k.l.university and i am very interested in robotics and i am studying B.tech 2nd year mechinial can u people guide me ..... plz...
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