|What We Think Robots Look Like|
|What Robots Actually Look Like|
|View from Drydock Ave|
- Superpedestrian an electric assist robot wheel that responds to how and where you ride and makes bicycling easy
- Pong Robotics a personal electric vehicle that mimics the biomechanics of downhill skiing to provide a fun ride that might even be helpful for back and joint pain in addition to getting you around from point A to point B
- MiniMole LLC a small robotic sweeper for cleaning hard-to-reach places
- Collabots robotics consulting and training
|Robot Assisted Bikes Were Very Popular|
|Pong Robotics Discussing His Ergonomic Electric Vehicle|
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Collabots provides consulting, training, and public speaking engagements aimed at encouraging social robotics through collaboration and advocating dialogue about robots in society.
|StormGears FRC -- Best Costume of #MIN97|
The Audience Choice winners were:
Innovation Women and WeWork.
Stanley Robotics showed off their vector autonomous mobile robot. It's a compact, multi-purpose, omni directional work horse capable of carrying a payload close to 300 pounds (people were riding around on it, but none of them came close to the specified payload). It navigates autonomously, and yes, it really can move sideways.The wheels are cool-looking too.
|Stanley Robotics Robot Moving Sideways|
|Tertill Lurks in the Garden Waiting to Weed|
|NextShift Robotics Autonomous Warehouse Robot|
|Traditional Suja Juice Shot -- Stalwart Juice Providers of MIN|
|Expert Looking Expert -- Demonstrating Makerbot 3D Printing|
|Experts Looking Expert - Alpine Bearing|