“Here’s the Husky, a mine-clearing robot from Clearpath. Designed to search for mines remotely, the robot can traverse a field and keep itself out of danger by reacting to a built-in magnetometer.”
“Attending [University of] Waterloo may not guarantee that its graduates end up with a thriving venture. But it sets up the necessary environment for success.”
“There are some fairly significant health and safety concerns with having people in fast, cold or polluted water, so using a robotic system helps minimize that safety concern,” says Clearpath Robotics CEO, Matt Rendall.
Clearpath Robotics today released Jackal Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) at the International Conference for Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) in Chicago. Jackal is portable, fully-integrated, and weatherproof, enabling researchers to bring their research to the field faster, and with more flexibility, than ever before.read more
Clearpath Robotics was named the winner of a Silver Stevie® Award in the Company of the Year category in the 11th Annual International Business Awards for Company of the Year in the category of Manufacturing.read more
Canadian-based robotics manufacturer, Clearpath Robotics, is the first robotics company to sign on with the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. The Company, in turn, has chosen to value our ethics over potential future revenue.read more
Clearpath Robotics is excited to announce our newest team member, Anthony Tod, as VP of Engineering. This leadership role will oversee our hardware and software groups and support Clearpath’s continued rapid expansion of our team and product offerings.read more
Clearpath Robotics has partnered with Vicon, the motion capture technology specialists for the entertainment, defense, life sciences and engineering industries, to provide high-quality motion capture systems to robotics research customers worldwide.read more
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