One of our customers makes a “robot that hunts And kills Ebola” and we think that’s amazing
Regular readers already know that talking about customers is one of our favorite things. We’re constantly impressed by what GrabCAD Workbench users make, especially when it contributes to the public good. Today is no different.
Browsing TechCrunch this morning, a story about a Robot That Hunts And Kills Ebola caught my eye. Why? A) Because it’s interesting and B) that sounds a lot like what one of our customers in San Antonio does.
Here’s how it played out in my head:
"Is TechCrunch talking about Xenex?”
“Yup. That’s awesome.”
How does the robot, nicknamed “Little Moe,” work? Watch this video. It involves UV rays and “fusing” virus DNA.
You’ll also want to check out Xenex’s twitter. They’re doing an awesome job compiling all of the press coverage (which is considerable) on their feed.
Congratulations to the team at Xenex. Keep up the great work.
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