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Baker-Polito Administration Awards $4.4M Grant for New Boston University Robotics R&D Facility
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative this week awarded Boston University more than $4 million for its new robotics facility.

Sarcos Closes Acquisition of RE2, Establishes Pittsburgh Presence
Sarcos, which has developed teleoperated and wearable systems for industrial uses such as inspections, will add RE2's mobile manipulation systems to its robotics-as-a-service portfolio.

Nauticus Robotics Preps Untethered Robot Teams for Nauticus Fleet Launch
Nauticus Robotics has begun production of Nauticus Fleet, which includes 20 pairs of Hydronaut surface robots and Aquanaut autonomous underwater vessels for offshore industries.

Meijer Donates $1M to Clean Up Midwest Lakeshores Using Drones, Robots, and Stormwater Filtration
Meijer recently announced it was going to be giving the Council of the Great Lakes Region $1 million to help clean up regional beaches and waterways.

Terradepth Raises Series A Funding Toward Ocean Mapping as a Service
Terradepth will use the funding to further develop its Absolute Ocean cloud-based platform for sharing undersea data for energy, scientific, and utility use.

Kraken Completes Robotics as a Service Contract for Royal Canadian Navy
Kraken Robotics says its recently completed contract with the Royal Canadian Navy demonstrated that its KATFISH and LW-SAS systems can meet naval needs for high-quality survey data.

Sea Machines Technology Powers Rolls-Royce Expanded mtu NautIQ Crew Support Systems Line
Sea Machines has contributed its autonomy technologies to the new mtu NautIQ CoPilot, mtu NautIQ CoOperate, and mtu NautIQ CoDirect vessel systems from Rolls-Royce.

Sarcos and RE2 CEOs Talk Next Steps After Acquisition Announcement
Sarcos CEO Kiva Allgood and RE2 Robotics CEO Jorgen Pedersen discuss their complementary technologies and plans after Sarcos' $100 million purchase of RE2.

Rovco and Vaarst Receive Series B Funding for Marine Technologies for Renewable Energy
Rovco and Vaarst have received about $20 million from Legal & General Capital and Equinor to continue developing computer vision and undersea robotics for clean energy.

RE2 Robotics, VideoRay Reach Reach New Depth With Underwater Robot
RE2 Robotics, which has developed the Maritime Mine Neutralization System with VideoRay, has set a new 1 km depth record for inspection-class remotely operated vehicles underwater.

SubBlue Robotics Gets Support for Propeller Cleaning Robot From Danish Investors
SubBlue Robotics, which is a resident at the Odense StartUp Hub in Odense, Denmark, has obtained funding as it offers leases for an underwater robot to help ships be more...

10 Robotics Startups Changing Different Industries Today
Robotics startups are making advances to serve the needs of many industries, from healthcare to construction. These 10 innovators provide practical technologies and hope for a brighter future.

Terradepth Launches Absolute Ocean Data as a Service Platform to Map World’s Oceans
Terradepth's new Absolute Ocean platform is a cloud-based way for scientific, government, and industrial users to manage and share undersea data, which is provided as a service.

Anduril Industries Acquires Dive Technologies, Adds Autonomous Underwater Vehicles to Arsenal
Anduril has added Dive Technologies' DIVE-LD modular underwater vehicle to its offerings for autonomous data collection for military, scientific, and industrial use.

Terradepth Co-CEO Describes Buddy Drones, Data Cloud Supporting Virtual Ocean Concept
Terradepth, which recently named new executives, has developed drones to relay data to the cloud as part of its Virtual Ocean concept for undersea mapping.



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