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Military Ground Robot and First Responder Market Strategy, Market
Shares, and Market Forecasts, 2008-2014

Description:    The new generation of robots is set to arrive in theatre and change the way the Army fights. Robots
                give troops the distinct advantage of completing critical missions at a safe distance; more robots
                create a greater strategic advantage. iRobot serves troops by delivering these robots for urgent
                deployment. Robots are automating military ground systems, permitting vital protection of soldiers
                and people in the field, creating the possibility of reduced fatalities. Mobile robotics operate
                independently of the operator.

                What is good for a robotic unmanned ground vehicle is also good for a robotic vacuum and lawn
                mower. Multiple technological, cultural, political and market forces share a quantum singularity that
                has brought mobile robotics to the point where robots are useful to every arm of the military
                services. This is a phenomenon that will have a major impact on the way we run the military and
                police societies. Use of remote-control toys in Iraq started as improvised robots to check out
                possible roadside bombs. There has since been a flurry of activity on the robotic explosive ordnance
                disposal (EOD) front. Deliveries of smaller and cheaper MARCBOTs and BomBots are underway.

                The emergence of a market for intelligent, mobile robots for use in homes presents many
                opportunities. Units used in homes are also useful in workplaces and public spaces, airports, under
                the sea, and on the battlefield creating synergies creating economies of scale that make systems
                more useful and inexpensive in all the various industry segments impacted.

                The trio handle M249s, are remotely controlled by a soldier through a terminal. The whereabouts
                and missions remain classified. Armed machines were reportedly designed to handle "high risk"
                combat scenarios if necessary. There is no record of a SWORD firing its weapon, but considering
                that each of these devices can potentially remove a human from harm. The full blown platoons are
                being unleashed when finances allow.

                Similar technology is used to actuate the disparate robot types. Core robotics research and
                advances in robotic technology can be applied across a variety of robotic form factors and robotic
                functionality. Advances feed on and off of each other. With each new round of innovation, a type of
                technological cross pollination occurs that improves existing robotic platforms and opens up other
                avenues where intelligent mobile robots can be employed, effectively creating new markets.


                Roboticists are more advanced in their training and in the tools available to create units. Military
                robots have evolved from units used in the field to manage different situations that arise. Robots
                save lives..

                First responder robot markets are anticipated to grow rapidly in response to standards evolution. A
                new ASTM International standard for urban search and rescue robots and components tackles
                humble logistics problems that can stimulate the use of life-saving robots.

                Defence and homeland security systems have an emphasis on causality reduction during combat.
                This has resulted in investment in robotics technology that is useful. Robotic research is on the fast
                track for government spending. Congress passed a law making it an Army goal that by 2015, one-
                third of the operational ground combat vehicles are unmanned. The US Navy and Marines have
                similar initiatives underway.

                Military ground robot market forecast analysis indicates that vendor strategy is to pursue
                developing new applications that leverage leading edge technology. Robot solutions are achieved
                by leveraging the ability to innovate, to bring products to market quickly. Military purchasing
                authorities seek to reduce costs through design and outsourcing. Vendor capabilities depend on the
                ability to commercialize the results of research in order to fund further research. Government
                funded research is evolving some more ground robot capability.
            Markets at $441 million in 2007 are anticipated to reach $43.7 billion by 2014. Market growth will
            come from countries, law enforcement agencies, fire
            departments, and first responders implementing automated process that supports existing manual
            process.



Contents:   1. MILITARY / FIRST RESPONDER ROBOTS MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
            1.1 Robots Used In Struggle To Defeat Explosive Devices
            1.1.1 Remotely Controlled Armed Robots Deployed In Iraq
            1.2 U.S. Military Uses Robots For Surge
            1.3 India Plans To Develop Robot Army
            1.4 Military Robots in India
            1.4.1 South Korea's Planned Army Of Killbots
            1.4.2 US Robotics Investment for Military
            1.5 Unmanned Ground Robot Vehicles
            1.6 Seizing the Robotics Opportunity
            1.6.1 Modular Self-Reconfiguring Robotic Systems
            1.7 Public Aware That Robotics Have “Arrived”
            1.8 Next Generation Robotics
            1.9 Market Research Risk Mitigation
            1.10 First Responder Robots

            2. WORLDWIDE MILITARY ROBOT, STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ROBOT, AND FIRST
            RESPONDER MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS
            2.1 Military Ground Robot Market Driving Forces
            2.1.1 Robotics Industry Synergies
            2.1.2 Military Robotics Market Driving Forces
            2.1.3 Military Robotics Enabling Technology
            2.2 Robots For Defense And Homeland Security
            2.2.1 U.S. Army Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle (SUGV)
            2.2.2 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA Tactical Teams
            2.2.3 Application Scope
            2.3 Military Robot Market Shares
            2.3.1 Northrop Grumman / Remotec
            2.3.2 Northrop Grumman Remotec UK Wheelbarrow Robots
            2.3.3 iRobot Military Robotics
            2.3.4 iRobot Contract Research and Development Projects
            2.3.5 iRobot Robots Perform Dull, Dirty Or Dangerous Missions
            2.3.6 iRobot Wins $286 Million U.S. Army Contract
            2.3.7 iRobot Quantitative Evidence
            2.3.8 iRobot R&D and Partners
            2.3.9 iRobot Strategy
            2.3.10 QinetiQ / Foster-Miller
            2.3.11 Allen-Vanguard
            2.3.12 Allen-Vanguard Spares For Symphony Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) Program
            2.3.13 Telerob Rapid Response Vehicle
            2.3.14 Boston Dynamics
            2.4 Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts
            2.4.1 Remotely Controlled Armed Robots Deployed In Iraq
            2.5 U.S. Military Robot for "Surge"
            2.5.1 Robotic Rovers Spirit And Opportunity
            2.6 Military Robot Regional Market Analysis
            2.7 Robots for First Response
            2.7.1 First Response Robots To Prevent And Disrupt Terrorist Attacks
            2.7.2 Robots Emerge As Part Of Critical Security and Emergency Response Infrastructure
            2.7.3 Communications And Collaboration Support Convergence To Enable First Response
            2.7.4 Building a Culture of Preparedness
            2.7.5 First Responder Robot Platforms, Cameras, Grippers, And Sensor Combinations
            2.7.6 Police Actions Replace Wars In The New Global Economy
            2.7.7 First Responder Large Vehicle Robots For Challenging Missions
            2.7.8 QinetiQ’s / Foster-Miller Talon® First Responder Robot
            2.7.9 Telerob Sensor Platform
            2.7.10 Small, Maneuverable First Responder Robots
2.7.11 iRobot PackBot Scout
2.7.12 iRobot PackBot Explorer

3. MILITARY GROUND ROBOT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT / FIRST RESPONDER PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
3.1 Northrop Grumman Remotec
3.1.1 Northrop Grumman Remotec F6A Vehicle
3.1.2 Northrop Grumman 6A Remotec Vehicles
3.1.3 Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1
3.1.4 Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II - Compact, Capable, Two-Man-Portable Platform
3.1.5 Northrop Grumman Remotec UK Wheelbarrow Robots
3.2 QinetiQ
3.2.1 QinetiQ’s North America Subsidiary Foster-Miller / QinetiQ's MAARS Robot
3.2.2 QinetiQ’s / Foster-Miller TALON Military Robot
3.2.3 Foster-Miller Deliveries to ARDEC (Armament Research, Development and Engineering
Center)
3.2.4 QinetiQ’s / Foster-Miller SWORDS Military Robot
3.3 Allen Vanguard
3.3.1 Allen Vanguard BombTec™ Defender ROV
3.3.2 Allen Vanguard Command Console
3.3.3 Allen Vanguard CBRN Hazard Area Prediction
3.3.4 Allen Vanguard Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard™ ROV
3.3.5 Allen Vanguard ROV-Track CBRNE
3.3.6 Allen Vanguard UCS Trailer
3.4 iRobot
3.4.1 iRobot PackBot Government Products
3.4.2 iRobot PackBot Scout
3.4.3 iRobot PackBot Explorer
3.4.4 iRobot PackBot EOD
3.4.5 iRobot R-Gator: Autonomous Unmanned Ground Vehicle
3.4.6 iRobot Warrior Sponsored By The Technical Support Working Group
3.4.7 iRobot Sentinel
3.5 telerob Gesellschaft für Fernhantierungstechnik mbH
3.5.1 Telerob Sensor Platform
3.5.2 Telerob TEL 600 Series Of Bomb Disposal Vehicles
3.5.3 Telerob Rapid Response Vehicle
3.5.4 Operations In High Radiation Areas
3.5.5 Telerob Heavy Manipulator Vehicle -HMV
3.6 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd (ABP)
3.7 ABP 3-80
3.7.1 ABP Automation
3.7.2 ABP Explosive Ordnance Disposal
3.7.3 ABP Defence Equipment Support
3.7.4 ABP Explosive Ordnance Disposal
3.7.5 ABP Remotely Operated Vehicles
3.7.6 ABP Guardian - Miniature Remotely Operated Vehicle (MROV)
3.7.7 ABP Cyclops Mk4D - Miniature Remotely Operated Vehicle (MROV)
3.8 Boston Dynamics
3.8.1 Boston Dynamics DARPA Robot Dog Project
3.9 Boston Dynamics' BigDog
3.10 Sony AIBO Electro-Pet

4. GROUND ROBOT MILITARY TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Military Robot Key Technology
4.1.1 Visual Simultaneous Localization & Mapping
4.2 Northrop Grumman Airborne Broadband Capability
4.3 NASA Exploratory Robots
4.3.1 NASA Spirit Robot
4.3.2 NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit
4.3.3 Sample NASA Sprit Sol-By-Sol Summary:
4.3.4 Opportunity Update
4.3.5 NASA Opportunity Sol-By-Sol Summary
4.3.6 NASA Opportunity Robot
4.4 Remote Controlled Robot Missions
4.4.1 Auto-Navigation System Takes Pictures Of The Nearby Terrain
4.5 Autonomous Modular Robotics Used in Space
4.6 Goodrich / Sensors Unlimited Infrared Imaging Sensors On A Chip
4.7 Evolution Robotics Technology Solutions
4.7.1 Evolution Robotics Example Applications
4.8 Open Robotic Control Software
4.8.1 PC-Bots
4.9 Advanced Robot Technology: Navigation, Mobility, And Manipulation
4.9.1 Robot Intelligence Systems
4.9.2 Real-World, Dynamic Sensing
4.10 User-Friendly Interfaces
4.10.1 Tightly-Integrated, Electromechanical Robot Design
4.11 Field Based Robotics Iterative Development
4.11.1 Next-Generation Products Leverage Model
4.11.2 Modular Robot Structure And Control
4.11.3 Lattice Architectures
4.11.4 Chain / Tree Architectures
4.11.5 Deterministic Reconfiguration
4.11.6 Stochastic Reconfiguration
4.11.7 Modular Robotic Systems
4.12 Telepario
4.13 Self-Reproducing Machines
4.13.1 M-TRAN Modular Transformer
4.14 Attitude Control In Space By Control Moment Gyros
4.15 Robotics Government Regulations
4.16 Segway Mobile Robotic Technology
4.16.1 Segway Brains And The Brawn
4.17 Hitachi Configuration Of Robots Using The SuperH Family
4.17.1 Hitachi Concept of MMU And Logic Space

5. MILITARY ROBOT COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 Selected Military \ Aerospace Vendors With Robotics Programs
5.2 AB Precision (Poole) Ltd (ABP)
5.3 Allen-Vanguard
5.3.1 Allen-Vanguard Positioning
5.3.2 Vanguard™ Mk II Robot
5.3.3 Allen-Vanguard / Giuliani Partners, / General Dynamics, / Lockheed Martin Strategic
Relationships
5.3.4 Allen-Vanguard First Quarter Revenue 2008
5.3.5 Allen-Vanguard Fourth Quarter Revenue 2007
5.3.6 Allen-Vanguard's Electronic Systems
5.3.7 Allen-Vanguard Technology Factors In Markets
5.3.8 Allen-Vanguard Personal Protection Systems ("PPS")
5.3.9 Allen-Vanguard Counter-IED Services
5.3.10 Allen-Vanguard Med-Eng integration
5.3.11 Allen-Vanguard Partnerships, Alliances, Teaming Agreements
5.3.12 Allen-Vanguard Revenue For Q4 and Fiscal 2007
5.4 Anybots
5.5 Boeing
5.5.1 Boeing and iRobot
5.6 Boston Dynamics
5.7 ComCam
5.8 Draganfly Innovations
5.9 EH Publishing / Robotics Trends
5.9.1 EH Publishing
5.10 Evolution Robotics
5.10.1 Evolution Robotics Technologies
5.10.2 Evolution Robotics NorthStar Product
5.10.3 Evolution Robotics Technology Solutions
5.11 Electromechanica
5.12 Fischertechnik
5.13 Fujitsu
5.14 Hitachi
5.15 Honda
5.16 QinetiQ North America / FosterMiller / Automatika / Applied Perception
5.16.1 Foster-Miller
5.16.2 Automatika and Applied Perception
5.17 Gostai SAS
5.18 Idealab / Evolution Robotics
5.19 Innova Holdings / CoroWare
5.19.1 Innova Robotics & Automation / CoroWare
5.19.2 Innova Robotics and Automation
5.19.3 Innova Robotics and Automation Companies
5.19.4 Innova Robotics and Automation Alliances
5.20 Innovation First Robotics
5.20.1 Innovation First (RackSolutions) Technical Overview
& Capabilities 5-44
5.20.2 Innovation First / VexRobotics
5.20.3 VexRobotics
5.20.4 Innovation First
5.20.5 Innovation First / IFIrobotics
5.20.6 Revell-Monogram LLC
5.20.7 VexRobotics
5.21 IntelliVision
5.22 iRobot
5.22.1 iRobot Strategy
5.22.2 iRobot Role In The FCS program
5.22.3 iRobot Strategic Alliances
5.22.4 iRobot and Deere & Company
5.22.5 iRobot and Clorox Company
5.22.6 iRobot Sales and Distribution Channels
5.22.7 iRobot Revenue
5.22.8 iRobot
5.22.9 iRobot Third Quarter 2007 Revenue
5.22.10 iRobot Revenue
5.22.11 iRobot Distribution
5.22.12 iRobot $8.8 Million U.S. Military Order for PackBot Robots
5.22.13 iRobot Gutter Cleaner
5.22.14 iRobot Communication Robot
5.22.15 iRobot ConnectR Pilot Program
5.22.16 iRobot NAVSEA $19 Million for Bomb-Disposal Robots
5.22.17 iRobot Roomba Vacuum Cleaning Robots
5.22.18 iRobot Customer Service and Support
5.22.19 iRobot Marketing and Brand
5.23 LG Electronics
5.24 Lockheed Martin
5.25 Microsoft
5.25.1 Microsoft Robotics Studio Provides for Robotics Innovation
5.25.2 Key Features Of Microsoft Robotics Studio Environment
5.25.3 Microsoft Industry Partners
5.25.4 Microsoft Sponsors Carnegie Mellon Center for Innovative Robotics
5.25.5 Microsoft Robotics Studio / Via Platform
5.25.6 Microsoft Robotics Group
5.26 NeuroSky
5.27 Northrop Grumman
5.27.1 Northrop Grumman Information & Services
5.27.2 Northrop Grumman Electronics
5.27.3 Northrop Grumman Aerospace / TRW
5.27.4 Northrop Grumman Ships
5.27.5 Northrop Grumman Acquisitions
5.27.6 Northrop Grumman
5.28 Object Management Group OMG
5.28.1 Object Management Group Computer Industry Consortium
5.28.2 Object Management Group Technology Transfer Program
5.29 OLogic
5.30 Optimal Group / WowWee
5.30.1 Optimal Group
5.30.2 Optimal Group Variety Of Businesses
5.31 Parallax
5.32 QinetiQ
5.33 Raytheon
5.33.1 Raytheon NASA MicroLight Networked Communications Navigation System
5.34 Robotics Trends, Inc.
5.34.1 RoboDevelopment Conference Overview
5.35 Rogue Robotics
5.36 Samsung
5.37 Sensory
5.38 SJAutomation
5.39 SRI International
5.40 SuperDroid Robots Inc.
5.41 Systronix
5.42 equitrust AG / telerob Gesellschaft für Fernhantierungstechnik mbH
5.42.1 telerob GmbH targets US Market
5.43 Toyota
5.44 Trossen Robotics
5.45 Ugobe
5.46 VIA Technologies
5.46.1 Via Market Challenge
5.46.2 Via Enabling New Markets
5.46.3 Via Robotics
5.46.4 Via PC-Bots

6. FIRST RESPONDER ROBOT USERS
6.1 Selected Types of First Responder Issue
6.1.1 First Responders
6.2 Rescue Robot Tests To Offer Responders
6.3 First Responders Members Of Emergency Communications Centers
6.4 Homeland Security Advisory System
6.5 Critical Infrastructure Sector Partnership
6.5.1 Government Coordinating Councils (GCC)
6.5.2 Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council (CIPAC)
6.6 US Homeland Security Robot First Responder Target Markets
6.6.1 Chemical Sector
6.6.2 Commercial Facilities Sector Committee Membership
6.6.3 Communications Sector
6.6.4 Dams Sector
6.6.5 Defense Industrial Base Sector
6.6.6 Energy Sector
6.6.7 Electricity First Responder Sub-Sector
6.6.8 Oil and Natural Gas First Responder Sub-Sector
6.6.9 Emergency Services First Responder Sector
6.6.10 Financial Services First Responder Sector
6.6.11 Food and Agriculture Financial Services First Responder Sector
6.6.12 Healthcare and Public Health Financial Services First Responder Sector
6.6.13 Information Technology Financial Services First Responder Sector
6.6.14 Nuclear Information Technology Financial Services First Responder Sector
6.6.15 Postal and Shipping Sector
6.6.16 State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Government First Responder Coordinating Council
6.6.17 First Responder Transportation Sector
6.6.18 Aviation Modal Sub-Sector
6.6.19 Highway and Motor Carrier Modal Sub-Sector
6.6.20 Maritime Modal Sub-Sector
6.6.21 Mass Transit Modal Sub-Sector
6.6.22 Railroad Modal Sub-Sector
6.6.23 Water Sector First Responder

7. SELECTED MILITARY ROBOT CONTRACTS
7.1 Selected List of Military and First Responder Robotic Contracts
7.1.1 Counter Radio-Controlled Improvised Explosive Device Electronic Warfare Spiral 3 systems
("CREW3"
7.1.2 U.S. army has agreed to buy up to 7,500 electronic bomb jammer systems from its partner
Lockheed Martin Allen-Vanguard
7.1.3 Jan. 31, 2008 Allen-Vanguard confirms U.S. Department of Defense intent to establish an
IDIQ contract for up to 7,500 Symphony IED countermeasure systems
7.1.4 Allen-Vanguard Corporation announces $6 million order from Lockheed Martin for spares in
support of Symphony Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) program
7.1.5 iRobot Largest Military Opportunity
7.1.6 Darpa Research
7.1.7 Force Protection Cougar Armored Trucks Locate Battlefield Mines
7.1.8 Transformation Communications Satellite (TSAT) System
7.1.9 Final Price Tag On TSAT Program Is Expected To Reach $14-18 Billion Through 2016
7.1.10 Lockheed Martin and Boeing have won a total of $514 million
7.1.11 TSAT's $2 Billion TMOS Ground-Based Network Operations
7.1.12 TALON & IED
7.1.13 iRobot PackBot EOD
7.1.14 iRobot Packbot
7.1.15 TALON SWORDS
7.1.16 iRobot Red Owl
7.1.17 Naval Sea Systems Command
7.1.18 U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation
7.1.19 Foster-Miller, Inc. announces that the NAVSEA's NAVEODTECHDIV
7.1.20 Foster-Miller, Inc., announces that the NAVAIR contract from the Robotic Systems Joint
Program Office
7.1.21 Talon EOD
7.1.22 TALON II in Iraq
7.1.23 iRobot Corp. in Burlington, MA received an $8.9 million firm-fixed-price contract for robotic
systems
7.1.24 PackBot MRTS robots. The U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and
Instrumentation (PEO STRI),
7.1.25 The TALON SWAT/MP comes with a Taser system; Still, understand how dealing with
financiers might help spur The development cycle…
7.1.26 Future Controller Systems. iRobot Corp
7.1.27 covers a non-MTRS iRobot Packbot order from the German Bundeswehr
7.1.28 Northrop Grumman subsidiary Remotec would eventually become the UK's new EOD robot
standard
7.1.29 Foster-Miller's MTRS platform Price Point Justification
7.1.30 MARCbot
7.1.31 BOMBOT
7.1.32 MTRS: Additional Readings & Sources
7.1.33 $37 Million Order for TALON EOD Robots, Spares
7.1.34 Talon Military Robots, EOD, SWORDS, and Hazmat Robots
7.1.35 Foster-Miller Talon EOD Robots
7.1.36 Talon Swords Robots
7.1.37 Talon Hazmat Robots
7.1.38 Talon SWAT/MP
7.1.39 Foster-Miller's MAARSTM Robot
7.1.40 Foster-Miller, Inc. - QinetiQ North America | $51.5 million order for TALON Robots
7.1.41 Foster-Miller 2007 $18.5 Million Order for TALON EOD Robots
7.1.42 NAVEODTECHDIV allocated $26 million to purchase an additional 151 TALON EOD robots.
7.1.43 Foster-Miller's TALON EOD robot.Hampshire UK (SPX) Sep 28, 2005
7.1.44 iRobot Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI
7.1.45 iRobot $286 Million U.S. Army Contract to deliver 3,000 Military Robots in Expanded, Broad-
Scale Robot Deployment to U.S. Infantry Forces
7.1.46 Allen-Vanguard Mar 09, 2005 First Response Orders
7.1.47 Allen-Vanguard 2008 $3.3M contract for Soldier Helmet Sensor Technology
7.1.48 Boston Dynamics DARPA Robot Dog Project
7.1.49 Sony AIBO Electro-Pet

List of Tables and Figures
Table ES-1
Military Robotics Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-2
Worldwide Military Ground and First Responder Robot Market Shares, 2007
Figure ES-3
Worldwide Military Robots Market Forecasts, Dollars,
2008-2014
Figure 1-1
U.S. Military Robots Use During Surge
Figure 1-2
Indian Robotic Army
Figure 1-3
Robot Carrying Rifle
Table 1-4
Military Robot Types
Table 2-1
Military Robotics Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Military Robotics Enabling Technologies
Table 2-3
Military Robots Development Challenges
Figure 2-4
Worldwide Military Ground and First Responder
Robot Market Shares, 2007
Figure 2-5
Worldwide Military Ground Robot and First
Responder Market Shares, 2007
Figure 2-6
Worldwide Mid Range Military Robot Market
Forecasts, Units Shipped, 2008-2014
Figure 2-7
Worldwide Mid Range Military Robots To Remotely Detect
and Defuse Bombs Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-8
Worldwide High End Military Ground Robot Market
Forecasts, Units Shipped, 2008-2014
Figure 2-9
Worldwide High End Military Robots Market
Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-10
Worldwide Military Robots Market Forecasts, Dollars,
2008-2014
Figure 2-11
Worldwide Military Ground Robot Market Forecasts,
Units and Dollars Shipped, 2008-2014
Figure 2-12
U.S. Military Robot for "Surge"
Figure 2-13
Military Ground Robot Regional Market Segments, 2007
Table 2-14
Military Robot Regional Market Segments, 2007
Figure 2-15
Types of Events Triggering Need For First Responder Robots
Figure 2-16
Worldwide First Responder Robot Market Forecasts, 2008-2014
Figure 2-17
Worldwide First Responder Robot Market Forecasts,
Segments, Dollars, 2008-2014
Figure 2-18
Telerob Hazardous Substances Sensor Platform
Figure 3-1
Northrop Grumman Remotec
Table 3-2
Northrop Grumman ANDROS Robot Features
Table 3-3
Northrop Grumman Andros Robot Functions
Table 3-4
Northrop Grumman Remotec Features
Table 3-4 (Continued)
Northrop Grumman Remotec Features
Table 3-5
Northrop Grumman Remotec Vehicle Data
Communication Link Features
Figure 3-6
Northrop Grumman Remotec F6A Vehicle
Table 3-7
Northrop Grumman Remotec F6A Vehicle Features
Table 3-8
Northrop Grumman Vehicle Data / Communication Links
Figure 3-9
Northrop Grumman 6A Remotec Vehicles
Figure 3-10
Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1 - Highly Versatile,
Robust, All-Terrain Platform
Table 3-11
Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1The Remotec ANDROS Features
Table 3-11 (Continued)
Northrop Grumman Mark V-A1The Remotec ANDROS Features
Table 3-12
Northrop Grumman Vehicle Data / Communication Links
Figure 3-13
Northrop Grumman Mini-Andros II Defense Robot
Table 3-14
Northrop Grumman Mini-ANDROS II Features
Table 3-15
Northrop Grumman Robot Vehicle Data / Communication Links
Figure 3-16
Northrop Grumman Heavy-Duty, All-Terrain Robot
Wolverine Defense Robot
Table 3-17
Northrop Grumman Wolverine The Remotec ANDROS Features
Figure 3-18
Foster Miller Transformer-Like Modular Design Robotic
Platform MAARS Chassis Uni-Body Frame
Figure 3-19
Foster-Miller / QinetiQ Talon Robot Situations In Use
Figure 3-20
Foster-Miller / QinetQ Talon Robot Close-Up
Figure 3-21
Foster-Miller / QinetQ Talon Robot Deployed in Battle
Figure 3-22
Foster-Miller / QinetQ Talon Robot Battle Scenario
Figure 3-23
Foster-Miller / QinetQ Talon Robot Deployed in Battle
Figure 3-24
Foster-Miller / QinetQ Sensor Mounts and Platform
Figure 3-25
QinetiQ’s / Foster-Miller SWORDS Military Robot
Figure 3-26
Allen Vanguard BombTec™ Defender
Table 3-27
Allen Vanguard Key Features of BombTec Defender
Table 3-27 (Continued)
Allen Vanguard Key Features of BombTec Defender
Table 3-28
Allen Vanguard Key Features of BombTec Technical Data
Table 3-28 (Continued)
Allen Vanguard Key Features of BombTec Technical Data
Table 3-29
Allen Vanguard Key Features Of The Command Console
Figure 3-30
Allen Vanguard Digital Vanguard™ ROV
Table 3-31
Allen Vanguard ROV Key Features
Table 3-31 (Continued)
Allen Vanguard ROV Key Features
Table 3-32
Allen Vanguard Key Features Of The Command Console
Table 3-33
iRobot 49
Table 3-34
iRobot Military Robot Functions
Table 3-35
iRobot Military Robot Models
Figure 3-36
Telerob Hazardous Substances Sensor Platform
Table 3-37
Telerob Military Robot Platform Sensor Controls
Table 3-38
Telerob Military Robot Platform Sensor Control Functions
Figure 3-39
Figure 3-40
Telerob Military Robot Platform Specifications
Figure 3-41
Telerob 4-tracked gear & Metal chain Vehicle
Table 3-42
Telerob 4-tracked gear & Metal chain Military Robot Platform Vehicle
Table 3-43
Telerob Tool Center Military Robot Platform Point Control:
Figure 3-44
Telerob Different Size Military Robot Platform Transport Vehicles
Figure 3-45
Telerob Military Robot Platform TEL640 on MB Atego 1523 Chassis
Figure 3-46
Telerob Military Robot Platform Medium-Sized Vehicles
For Search And Detection Operations
Figure 3-47
telerobs EMSM Tel640 on Man 14224 Chassis
Table 3-48
Telerob Heavy Manipulator Vehicle - HMV
Table 3-49
AB Precision (Poole) Ltd (ABP) Offerings
Figure 3-50
ABP Design and Packaging Illustration
Table 3-51
ABP mproduct Range
Figure 3-52
ABP EOD Equipment & Remote Vehicles
Table 3-53
ABP Remotely Operated Vehicles
Table 3-54
ABP Guardian Product Capability
Table 3-55
ABP Guardian Specifications
Figure 3-56
ABP Guardian Arm Images
Figure 3-57
ABP Guardian Arm Over Roof Imaging
Figure 3-58
ABP Guardian Arm Microscope Imaging
Table 3-59
ABP Cyclops Mk4D - Miniature Remotely Operated Vehicle
Functions
Table 3-59 (Continued)
ABP Cyclops Mk4D - Miniature Remotely Operated Vehicle
Functions
Table 3-60
ABP Cyclops Mk4D - Miniature Remotely Operated
Vehicle Specifications
Figure 3-61
Boston Dynamics DARPA Robot Dog
Figure 3-62
Sony AIBO Electro-Pet
Table 4-1
Military Robot Key Technology
Table 4-2
Robot Communications Key Technology
Table 4-3
Military Robot Key Navigation Technologies
Table 4-4
Human-Robot Interaction
Table 4-5
Visual Simultaneous Localization & Mapping Functions Relevant to Robotics
Figure 4-6
Sprit Robot On Mars.
Figure 4-7
Spirit's Winter Panorama
Figure 4-8
Opportunity Maneuvers Around Steeper Slopes in "Victoria Crater"
Table 4-9
Remote Controlled Robot Missions Technologies of Broad Benefit
Figure 4-10
Evolution Robotics Technology Solutions
Figure 4-11
Evolution Robotics Object Recognition
Table 4-12
Evolution Robotics Applications
Figure 4-13
Hitachi Modular Robot Configuration
Table 4-14
Military Robot Key Product Technology Factors
Table 4-14 (Continued)
Military Robot Key Product Technology Factors
Table 5-1
AB Precision (Poole) Ltd (ABP) Offerings
Table 5-2
Evolution Robotics Technologies
Figure 5-3
Evolution Robotics Technology Solutions
Figure 5-4
Evolution Robotics Strategic Alliance with Sony
Figure 5-5
Evolution Robotics Product Diversity
Figure 5-6
Evolution Robotics Investment Strategy
Table 5-7
iRobot Roomba 500 series Vacuum Cleaning Features:
Table 5-7 (Continued)
iRobot Roomba 500 series Vacuum Cleaning Features:
Figure 5-8
iRobot Growth Positioning
Figure 5-9
iRobot Roomba Positioning
Figure 5-10
            iRobot Roomba Strategy
            Figure 5-11
            Parallax Mission
            Figure 5-12
            telerob GmbH Headquarters
            Table 5-13
            Telerob Revenue 2000 - 2007
            Table 5-14
            Equitrust / Telerob Ownership
            Table 5-15
            Telerob Military Robot Platform Systems In Europe
            Table 5-16
            Telerob Military Robot Platform Systems Worldwide
            Table 6-1
            Selected Types of First Responder Issue
            Figure 6-2
            Urban Search And Rescue Robot
            Figure 6-3
            First Responder Emergency Responders
            Table 6-4
            US First Responder Organizations
            Table 6-4 (Continued)
            US First Responder Organizations
            Defense Industrial First responder Base Sector
            Table 7-1
            Talon Military Robot Products



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