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MLS# T3109723

This gorgeous 4. 74 acre lot is full of beautiful, aged oak trees. Contains a 3/2 mobile home that is fenced in. Come take a look today.
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MLS# U8005313

Plus there are two (2) parking spaces with this unit. The living/dining/kitchen areas have been modernized to ‘open plan’. Upgraded cabinets, flooring and appliances here. There is a washer/dryer hookup in walk-in closet.
Visit this property in SEMINOLE: 103 FERNWOOD CIR #103, SEMINOLE

MLS# T3109668

Available now is this beautiful lake front Key Vista home is an incredible example of Florida lifestyle living. The kitchen has a large counter that would be great for bar seating, a dining area and large pantry. The resort style back yard boasts...
Visit this property in HOLIDAY: 1911 BLUE RIVER RD, HOLIDAY

MLS# T3109667

Art Niches down main hallway to a Dream eat-in Kitchen w/Island and Breakfast bar that seats 5-6people. Master Bedroom downstairs with access to pool, Master bath has double sinks, garden tub and separate shower. Backyard has additional outdoor...
Visit this property in RIVERVIEW: 11436 DUTCH IRIS DR, RIVERVIEW


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The use of robots for search and rescue had been discussed in the scientific literature since the early 1980's but no actual systems had been developed or fielded. The first real research began in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City (OKC) bombing in 1995. Robots were not used at the OKC response, but a graduate student, Maj. John Blitch (US Army), of Dr. Murphy's participated and took notes as to how robots might have been applied. Dr. Murphy was then a assistant professor at the Colorado School of Mines. The initial post-OKC efforts took two directions: the development of an expert system for determining which existing robots are useful for what situations (Blitch's MS thesis) and exploration of marsupial (mother-daughter) class of robots as a solution to several platform deficiencies (Murphy, with funding from the National Science Foundation). Murphy created a cache of small, fieldable robot platforms to be used in the event of a real disaster as well as an experimental platform based on a children's battery-powered jeep. The work by Blitch provided some of the motivation for the DARPA Tactical Mobile Robot (TMR) program, which produced prototype small robots for military operations in urban terrains. Blitch later took over as program manager for the DARPA TMR program. Robots and personnel for WTC response were drawn from the TMR program.

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