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"A Roadmap for US Robotics, From Internet to Robotics", May 21, 2009

"President Obama Launches Advanced Manufacturing Partnership ", June 24, 2011

> "Remarks by the President at Carnegie Mellon University's
> National Robotics Engineering Center"
> June 24, 2011, Office of the Press Secretary, The White House

> "President Obama Launches Partnership at CMU"
> 2011/06/24, CarnegieMellonU, 21:51, 720p

> The National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC)
> Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute (RI)

"Robotics Research a Pillar of New $500M Advanced Manufacturing Partnership"
 June 24th, 2011, 
 Erwin Gianchandani, Computing Community Consortium (CCC) Blog

  "In just a few minutes, President Obama will announce the launch of
   the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) in a speech on U.S.
   innovation and competitiveness at Carnegie Mellon University, saying
   his administration will provide $500 million to encourage the Federal
   government, industry, and academia to work together to develop new
   technologies that spur high-tech manufacturing and boost job creation."
   ..... "A key pillar of this new initiative is a $70 million investment
   for major advances in robotics being made available today."

CCC Robotics Roadmap
  "The National Robotics Initiative being announced today was borne out of
   the efforts of Henrik Christensen, George Bekey, Vijay Kumar, and
   Matt Mason, who recently led a CCC visioning exercise to gatherthe input
   of the broader U.S. robotics community and prepare a National Robotics

CCC / CRA Roadmapping for Robotics
  "The Robotics Roadmap has finally been presented to Congress! On 
   May 21, 2009 four presentations were given before a Congressional Caucus
   about the future of robotics in the United States. These presentations have
   been posted to the website on the Presentations page."

The final CCC report to Congress has been completed.

"A Roadmap for US Robotics, From Internet to Robotics"
 May 21, 2009
 Organized by
  Georgia Institute of Technology
  University of Southern California
  Johns Hopkins University
  University of Pennsylvania
  University of California, Berkeley
  Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  University of Utah
  Carnegie Mellon University
  Tech Collaborative
 Sponsored by
  Computing Community Consortium (CCC)

Robotics as a Key Economic Enabler (Page 1)
  "Unfortunately, the United States lags behind other countries in recognizing
   the importance of robotics technology. While the European Union, Japan,
   Korea, and the rest of the world have made significant R&D investments in
   robotics technology, the U.S. investment, outside unmanned systems for
   defense purposes, remains practically non-existent. Unless this situation
   can be addressed in the near future, the United States runs the risk of
   abdicating our ability to globally compete in these emerging markets and
   putting the nation at risk of having to rely on the rest of the world to
   provide a critical technology that our population will become increasingly
   dependent upon. Robotech clearly represents one of the few technologies
   capable in the near term of building new companies and creating new jobs
   and in the long run of addressing an issue of critical national importance.

   To articulate the need for the United States to establish a national
   robotech initiative, over 140 individuals from companies, laboratories,
   and universities from across the country joined forces to produce 
   a definitive report that (1) identifies the future impact of robotics
   technology on the economic, social, and security needs of the nation,
   (2) outlines the various scientific and technological challenges, and
   (3) documents a technological roadmap to address those challenges. This
   effort was sponsored by the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) and
   led by 12 world class researchers from the leading robotics academic
   institutions in the United States. The project included three application
   oriented workshops that focused on efforts across the manufacturing,
   healthcare/medical, and services robotics markets; plus one on blue-sky
   research that addressed a number of enabling technologies that must be
   the focus of sustained research and application development in order for
   the U.S. to remain a leader in robotics technology and commercial

Title Presentations to the Congressional Caucus (21 May 2009)

"CCC Robotics Roadmap:
 From Internet to Robotics"
 Henrik I Christensen, KUKA Chair of Robotics, Georgia Tech
"Robotics Roadmap - Highlights of Henrik Christensen Presentation"
 2009/06/08, RobinShoop, 8:30, 360p
  "Highlights from the presentation given by Henrik Christensen"

 Brooks,  Heartland Robotics

"Intuitive Surgical Presentation to the Congressional Robotics Caucus"
 Jones, Intuitive Surgical, Inc.

"Service Robot ics Impact & Road Map"
 Close, RedZone Robotics

"From Internet to Robotics:
 The Next Transformative Technology"

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