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Would you like to win an OAK-D-Lite?

Would you like to win an OAK-D-Lite?
By Andra Keay • Issue #57 • View online
The Oak D-Lite is “The Swiss Army Knife of Computer Vision” and Silicon Valley Robotics would like to give you one, if you can wow us with your project at the Robot Block Party!
And if you CAN’T attend the Robot Block Party and want to tell us about the amazing things you’d like to do with an Oak D-Lite, we might just be able to ship you one too :)

Celebrate National Robotics Week with us at our famous Robot Block Party on April 2 10-4pm at Circuit Launch Oakland, with robot showcases, robot car races, Brazilian BBQ and Job Fair. Weather permitting we’ll be both indoor and outdoor. it’s going to be the party of the year!
We’re looking for hosts for our networking events: Bots&Beer, Women in Robotics, Industry Forums, Technology/CTO Forums or for your own topic!
AI & Robotics in Construction Tickets, Thu, Mar 17, 2022 at 3:00 PM | Eventbrite
Cobots for Good: The future of human-robot collaboration - AI for Good
Senior Fluidics Engineer
Embedded Software Engineer
Automated mining inspection against the odds
Robotic Mine Success - Underground Mine Reclamation: Rajant + AustralianDroid+Robot + PBE
RightHand Robotics grabs $66 million in Series C financing
Sequoia-Backed Chinese Robot Maker Valued at $2 Billion Amid U.S. Expansion — The Information
Flexiv Unveils Innovative Robotic Operating System to Empower Innovation | Your Money |
Automata expands its lab automation ambitions with $50M B round – TechCrunch
Dexai Robotics signs $1.6 million contract with DLA
Autonomously Transporting Crops
White Castle installing Flippy 2 frying robots at 100 locations
Q5D is using robots to automate electronic wiring during manufacturing – TechCrunch
Save Mart adds robotic delivery to another store | Grocery Dive
Outrider releases ‘fully autonomous’ truck parking system
Ground demonstration of GITAI's lunar robotic rover R1 in a simulated lunar environment
Jamba and Blendid expand pilot of robotic smoothie kiosks – Produce Blue Book
The Elusive Hunt for a Robot That Can Pick a Ripe Strawberry | WIRED
Bonus material!
Innovation Challenge | Wearable Robotics Association
American Physical Society Takes On Scientific Misinformation
OTTO Motors’ Matt Rendall discusses AMRs & simulation
Bristol scientists develop insect-sized flying robots with flapping wings
Beach bots, sea ‘raptors’ and marine toolsets mobilised to get rid of marine litter
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