TORC to Speak at National Military Robotics Conference

From TORC Technologies, a VT KnowledgeWorks member company:

Andrew Culhane, business development manager for TORC and a leading developer of robotic technologies for unmanned and autonomous vehicles, has been selected to speak at Military Robotics, a national conference featuring some of the industry’s top experts.

Culhane joins a distinguished panel sharing the latest information and insight on military robotics, an industry that’s expected to grow to almost $10 billion worldwide by 2016. Culhane will present information about the productization of robotic building blocks to enable technology reuse for military and commercial applications.

The conference will be held June 9-10, 2011 in Arlington, Virginia.  Read more about TORC and the Military Robotics conference and more about TORC Technologies on Inside VT KnowledgeWorks.

ABOUT TORC
TORC enables engineers to rapidly integrate robotic systems through a suite of modular, customizable products. TORC’s Robotic Building Blocks product line is used by leading academic, commercial and government organizations to shorten the development process, lower costs and mitigate risks. These products have been used on over a hundred mobile robots ranging from 15 pounds to 15 tons. TORC provides solutions for drive-by-wire conversion, emergency stop, power management, autonomous navigation and operator control. For more information, visit www.torctech.com.

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