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Matthew Dahlitz
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06/08/2020 8:28 pm  
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It looks like a giant mechanical spider, but with only 4 legs. It can clamber up a metal beam with it's magnetic feet, and may be the future inspector of many places humans can't get to, or don't want to (like the inside of a large fuel container or the underbelly of an offshore oil…

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Matthew Dahlitz
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06/08/2020 9:48 pm  

Dr Bandyopadhyay was such a great host and so giving of his time and enthusiasm - was a blast. Really appreciate being able to go out and see what DATA61 are doing.


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