The "Squishy Robot" is equipped with six cameras, GPS, and various interchangeable chemical, biological, and radiological sensors that deliver data and 360-degree videos in situations where human access can be difficult or unsafe.
There is such a thing as too much, too soon. Companies need to invest in both humans and machines.
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When it comes to environmental plant hazards, the new sensor-laden MākuSafe wearable safety device ensures you won’t miss a thing.