Robotics Technologies

Our mission at Xobotix is to simulate, develop and commercialize our unique line of high-speed dynamic elastic wave-based bio-inspired robotic technologies developed by Godowski in ongoing research since 1981, and take each of the applications of that research from concept to feasibility studies to commercial product development. Xobotix finds commercial utility for these passively intelligent robotics technologies that span the full spectrum of applications such as passive dynamic exoskeletons to help people walk, flapping flight aircraft, extreme sports equipment, undersea undulating platforms, highway speed legged vehicles for rugged terrain, and humanoid platforms for applications in disaster relief and upcoming missions in space.

Working with the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition, the leading robotics research facility here in Pensacola, Xobotix is inspired to  facilitate the development of the full spectrum of our unique dynamic robot technologies by qualifying for and securing research grants from the National Robotics Initiative, the Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation and other funding agencies public and private, all interested in the advancement of ground breaking dynamic robotics architecture as an advancement of basic science understanding in both robotics and biology.  Many of these grants require a partnership between commerce and research so there is a path to commercialization for the new technologies that come to light as the research advances.  Xobotix' mission is to fulfill that required partnership role. 

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Working with the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition, the leading robotics research facility here in Pensacola, Xobotix is inspired to  facilitate the development of the full spectrum of our unique dynamic robot technologies by qualifying for and securing research grants from the National Robotics Initiative, the Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation and other funding agencies public and private, all interested in the advancement of ground breaking dynamic robotics architecture as an advancement of basic science understanding in both robotics and biology.  Many of these grants require a partnership between commerce and research so there is a path to commercialization for the new technologies that come to light as the research advances.  Xobotix' mission is to fulfill that required partnership role. 

Working with the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition, the leading robotics research facility here in Pensacola, Xobotix is inspired to  facilitate the development of the full spectrum of our unique dynamic robot technologies by qualifying for and securing research grants from the National Robotics Initiative, the Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation and other funding agencies public and private, all interested in the advancement of ground breaking dynamic robotics architecture as an advancement of basic science understanding in both robotics and biology.  Many of these grants require a partnership between commerce and research so there is a path to commercialization for the new technologies that come to light as the research advances.  Xobotix' mission is to fulfill that required partnership role. 

Working with the Institute of Human and Machine Cognition, the leading robotics research facility here in Pensacola, Xobotix is inspired to  facilitate the development of the full spectrum of our unique dynamic robot technologies by qualifying for and securing research grants from the National Robotics Initiative, the Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation and other funding agencies public and private, all interested in the advancement of ground breaking dynamic robotics architecture as an advancement of basic science understanding in both robotics and biology.  Many of these grants require a partnership between commerce and research so there is a path to commercialization for the new technologies that come to light as the research advances.  Xobotix' mission is to fulfill that required partnership role. 

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Our mission at Xobotix is to simulate, develop and commercialize our unique line of high-speed dynamic elastic wave-based bio-inspired robotic technologies developed by Godowski in ongoing research since 1981, and take each of the applications of that research from concept to feasibility studies to commercial product development. Xobotix finds commercial utility for these passively intelligent robotics technologies that span the full spectrum of applications such as passive dynamic exoskeletons to help people walk, flapping flight aircraft, extreme sports equipment, undersea undulating platforms, highway speed legged vehicles for rugged terrain, and humanoid platforms for applications in disaster relief and upcoming missions in space.

Our mission at Xobotix is to simulate, develop and commercialize our unique line of high-speed dynamic elastic wave-based bio-inspired robotic technologies developed by Godowski in ongoing research since 1981, and take each of the applications of that research from concept to feasibility studies to commercial product development. Xobotix finds commercial utility for these passively intelligent robotics technologies that span the full spectrum of applications such as passive dynamic exoskeletons to help people walk, flapping flight aircraft, extreme sports equipment, undersea undulating platforms, highway speed legged vehicles for rugged terrain, and humanoid platforms for applications in disaster relief and upcoming missions in space.

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Our mission at Xobotix is to simulate, develop and commercialize our unique line of high-speed dynamic elastic wave-based bio-inspired robotic technologies developed by Godowski in ongoing research since 1981, and take each of the applications of that research from concept to feasibility studies to commercial product development. Xobotix finds commercial utility for these passively intelligent robotics technologies that span the full spectrum of applications such as passive dynamic exoskeletons to help people walk, flapping flight aircraft, extreme sports equipment, undersea undulating platforms, highway speed legged vehicles for rugged terrain, and humanoid platforms for applications in disaster relief and upcoming missions in space.

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