7 Game-Changing Robots

A roundup of seven remarkable robots that are transforming the industry.

Photo Caption: Harvard's Soft Robotic ExoSuits are lightweight, flexible and comfortable, and they do not interfere with normal gait and can be worn under clothing.

The robotics industry is more competitive than ever. We’re here to share with you the most game-changing robotics technology out there.

Our sister publication, Robotics Business Review, is now looking for entries for its third annual Game Changer Awards. This contest honor the robotics industry’s remarkable technical accomplishments and their makers.

It’s a celebration of the robot that are transforming vertical markets as well as ingredient technology products without which long-term change wouldn’t be possible.

The winners will be honored September 23 at RoboBusiness 2015 in San Jose, CA during a special ceremony that will provide an insider look at the preeminent ideas percolating up through robotics technology and the inspired engineering driving the industry.

If you know of a game-changing robot, or have built one yourself, the entry deadline is August 28, 2015. However, if you enter by July 31 you’ll save some money on the entry fee. Click here for official rules and how to enter.

We’re really looking to blow last year’s contest out of the water. So we’ve rounded up the 2014 Game Changer Awards winners for a reminder of just how tough the competition is.



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