Keystone Edge Features RE2

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Pittsburgh's RE2 designs a dexterous manipulation system to maintain performance aircraftTake a Pennsylvania firm's core technology and an unaddressed need by the military and you have the formula for the latest research funding awarded to Pittsburgh's RE2. "We are known as experts in mobile manipulation, essentially robotic arms on things that move," says CEO Jorgen Pedersen. "And this is another application for our core technology, a custom design that solves this particular problem." Read the entire article: Keystone Edge Innovation News

Posted on October 6, 2013 and filed under What's New.