iRobot Secures Defense & Security Orders Totaling $7.2M


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iRobot Corp., a leader in delivering robotic technology-based solutions, today announced its Defense & Security business unit has received orders totaling $7.2 million from U.S. and international customers.

The orders include the delivery of spare parts and associated equipment, as well as the delivery of new robots ranging from the five-pound, compact and expandable 110 First Look®, the man-portable 310 SUGV, the multi-mission 510 PackBot® and the heavy duty 710 Kobra™.

"As threats persist globally, iRobot's roster of defense and security clients continues to expand at home and abroad," said Tom Frost, senior vice president and general manager of iRobot's Defense & Security business unit. "Our customers' missions are critical to making the world a safer place. We take pride in providing our customers with a whole family of robot solutions, from five-pound robots to 500-pound robots. Our systems are reliable, field-proven and get the job done."

iRobot has delivered more than 5,000 of its defense and security robots to military and civil defense forces worldwide.

About iRobot Corp.

iRobot designs and builds robots that empower people to do more. The company's home robots help people find smarter ways to clean, its defense & security robots protect those in harm's way, and its remote presence robots enable virtual presence from anywhere in the world. iRobot's robots feature proprietary technologies incorporating advanced concepts in navigation, mobility, manipulation and artificial intelligence.

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