WIRED recently published an article, When A Real Dog Won’t Do, This Puppy Bot Helps PTSD Victims, that highlighted Therabot™’s research developments and praised Therabot™’s ability to help PTSD victims. Read the full article here.
Medical Daily posted an article, “A New Robotic Puppy Called Therabot May One Day Help People With PTSD Cope” on Therabot™. The article features Therabot™ and highlights one of the goals of Therabot™ which is to help victims cope with PTSD. Read the full article here.
“Robot Needs Assessment and Issues Discovered from Tactical SWAT Team Exercises” was presented by Dr. Cindy L. Bethel, Daniel Carruth, and Teena Garrison at the NATO CSO STO AVT-241/RSM-022 Technological and Operational Problems Connected with UGV Application for Future Military Operations conference in Rzeszow, Poland. Read the full publication here.
Dr. Cindy Bethel, Alexander Lalejini, Dexter Duckworth, Richard Sween, and Daniel Carruth went to Evanston, IL to present “Evaluation of Supervisory Control Interfaces for Mobile Robot Integration with Tactical Teams” at the 2014 IEEE Workshop on Advanced Robotics and Its Social Impacts. Read the full publication here.
Dr. Cindy L. Bethel and Joe Crumpton presented Conveying Emotion of Robotic Speech: Lessons Learned at Ro-Man 2014- the 23rd Annual IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication in Edinburgh, Scotland. View the full publication here.
Patrick Sammon, a film producer, came to Mississippi State University on June 01st, 2014 to film Dr. Bethel’s research on the integration of robots with tactical teams. The video was published for international and national public release as a Computing in Action Video sponsored and distributed by the Computing Research Association (CRA) and the Computing Community Consortium (CCC). The article published by the CCC can be found here.