Announcement! New Podcast!

RoboGnosis is sponsoring a new podcast called ROBOCURIOUS. This is a weekly podcast sponsored by RoboGnosis that gives a short roundup of the week in robots in a short digestible bite – or byte – or many bytes actually. It’s a little rough to start off with but time heals all wounds and also makes…

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IROS 2018 and A Most Interesting Bot

IROS is the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems and was held last week in Madrid Spain.  One of the funnest robots to come out of IROS was the Mochibot.  If two legs are the goal for bots then this one went completely the other way around; if Spinal Tap is famous for making…

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Sensors Upon Sensors

Lately there has been a break in the RoboGnosis Communication Network; and by that I really mean that we haven’t posted in quite a long time.  So what have we been working on? Well, we’ve really been working on what the original goal of RoboGnosis was from the beginning.  that is, we integrate technologies for…

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Bringing a bot to life

There is a certain joy to bringing something to ‘life’ whether it is sentient or not.  There is not confusion in one’s mind when building a bot, you don’t really think that it is alive, but it is amazing to watch something spin up for the first time and do what it is supposed to.…

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So how is that robotics market thing doing?

When you first start a company the first thing you get asked a lot is, “Is there a market for it?” You get asked that question a lot because people are curious as to whether or not people are actually going to buy from the market that you have targeted. Two years ago we often…

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A New Podcast Sponsored by RoboGnosis!

Beginning in August RoboGnosis will be sponsoring a podcast on all things robots. The show is called Robo Curious and will feature a number of guests.  Topics include everything from serious breakdowns on AI for robotics to robots in movies, ag bots, cool bots, cat bots and even burger bots.  A post with more details…

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American Computer & Robotics Museum

During a recent trip to Bozeman, MT (I know, but it was for the kids so we had to) I stumbled upon the American Computer & Robotics Museum.  At first I thought,  “Well maybe they have a display on how to count in binary or an old IBM-XT that we can show the kids.” Well,…

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IGNITE NORTHWEST LIGHTS UP INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR ROBOGNOSIS AND THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST’S TOP TECH START-UPS

RoboGnosis Founder John Bruce shares his insight about participating in Ignite Northwest’s innovative Workshop Series         With a slogan of “Moving Companies that Move the Market,” Ignite Northwest  of Spokane, WA recently designated RoboGnosis founder John Bruce as its most recent graduate of its prestigious 13-week accelerator workshop.  The program, and the…

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Hacking Agriculture

Many people still don’t know what a ‘hack’ is. A hack isn’t cracking into someone’s computer or stealing a movie. A hack is using the tools at your disposal to push the capabilities of a system. Sometimes this can be a good thing (too many examples to share) and sometimes this can be a bad…

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Hate Doing the Dishes? Meet Tetra – One of the Top Picks From CES 2018 –

Alright, for those of us who live in rural communities that were built on “holding tanks,” (i.e., no city water system), and are fans of water conservation, we fell in love with Tetra during the 2018 CES show.  And so did the pros at the show.  Here’s why. Tetra – the ‘tiny counter-top dishwasher’ not…

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