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21st Century Robotics
Offices: Monroe, Georgia
21st Century Robotics, The Next Generation!™ answers the many requests of their customers eager to possess the advancements of technology in a robotic wonder. For over 20 years, life-sized, custom robotic products have captured the attentions of many, from California bay area school children all the way to their nation's Capitol, traveling around the world to the green hills of Ireland, the cities of Central America, and the Far East.


Offices: Zurich, Switzerland
ABB is a global leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. Technology plays a key role for ABB. They have activities all over the world working to develop unique technologies that make their customers more competitive, while minimizing environmental impact.
Adept Technology
Offices: Livermore, California
Adept Technology is the leading provider of intelligent vision-guided robotics and global robotics services that provide unmatched performance and economic value throughout the production lifecycle, enabling customers to achieve precision, quality and productivity in their assembly, handling and packaging processes. Adept intelligent automation product lines include industrial robots, configurable linear modules, machine controllers for robot mechanisms and other flexible automation equipment, machine vision, and systems and applications software.
Agile Systems
Offices: Waterloo, Ontario
Agile Systems'is a world leader in the design, development and manufacturing of advanced motion control technology including motor control and power conversion. Their team is highly skilled in integrating power electronics, digital controls and network communications into small, compact and cost effective packages. Agile Systems' has established customers in a broad range of industries.
Offices: Mountain View, California
Anybots develops software powering humanoid robots capable of helping people in a range of domestic and industrial environments. Anybots are humanoid robots capable of helping people in a range of domestic and industrial environments. Anybots utilize advanced body coordination software and flexible learning algorithms to adapt to their environments. They are efficient, customizable, and available around the clock.


Arrick Robotics
Offices: Tyler, Texas
The first product offered was the MD-2 motor control system which was a subsystem of a robot arm that was being developed. In the mid-90's, Roger decided that there was a small market for mobile robots and the first Trilobot was designed. These were mainly sold to Universities for research projects. In the late 90's Roger developed ARobot which is a lower-cost robot intended for hobbyists and educators. Arrick Robotics remains a small company based in Texas where all products are designed and built.
Offices: Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
Autonomous Solutions designs and manufactures unmanned vehicles for a variety of corporate and military customers. ASI has extensive experience in the automation of large and small scale vehicles and machinery with an emphasis on mission planning, sensor fusion, obstacle avoidance, multi-vehicle control, and point and click ease of use. ASI specializes in a wide range of autonomous, semi-autonomous, and tele-operated systems.
Offices: Tokyo, Japan
Honda began its humanoid robotics program in 1986. Honda’s—and the world’s—first self-regulating, bipedal (two-legged) humanoid robot, named P2, debuted in December 1996. P3, the first completely independent, bipedal humanoid walking robot, was completed in September 1997. P3 was 5’2” tall and weighed 286 pounds. The development of ASIMO began around the summer of 1999. ASIMO was completed October 31, 2000 and is the most advanced humanoid robot ever created.
Atlas Robotics
Offices: Santa Rosa, California
Their friendly robots attract people with their unique futuristic designs, entertaining them with wit and charm. Their robots are operated by human entertainers who direct them using wireless remote control. The clever operator speaks with your guests through the robot using a hidden mini remote microphone, giving the impression that the robot is moving and conversing on its own.
Offices: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Automatika, founded in 1995, develops automated solutions for client needs. They provide consulting services and feasibility assessments, and the invention, design, system prototyping, and product manufacturing of high value added novel robotic and automation systems. Their areas of expertise include: military and civil defense applications, oil & gas applications, remote and hazardous applications, industrial robotics and automation, food processing, and engineering consulting services.