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Did you know that the Vault-Tec/RobCo partnership is considered the most successful joint venture in the history of American industry?Vault 101 PA System

RobCo IndustriesTM was a multi-billion-dollar robotics and software corporation founded by industrialist and technologist Robert House.[1][2]

Background

Founded on June 25, 2042, House's company developed a wide range of robotic products including the eyebot, protectron, and sentry bot[1] as well as the Stealth Boy Model 3001 Personal Stealth Device.[3][4] RobCo invested in exhibits for the public, such as the joint RobCo/General Atomics exposition at the Museum of Technology in Washington, D.C.[5]

RobCo acquired REPCONN Aerospace after a year of buying shares from 2075 to 2076, despite the long-time CEO's efforts to stop the acquisition.[6][7][8][9] House utilized the newly acquired company for a weapons research program for Colonel Moretti of the US military, repurposing REPCONN's proprietary plasma rocket propulsion system.[10][11] H&H Tools factory, part of the inheritance Anthony House had stolen from his brother Robert, was acquired by way of RobCo aggressive trading practices.[12]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 A tragedy has befallen all mankind
  2. 2.0 2.1 Starport Nuka terminal entries; Initialize Emergency Operations Mode, Operating Instructions
  3. Fallout 2 item description: "{5400}{}{Stealth Boy}"
    "{5401}{}{A RobCo Stealth Boy 3001 personal stealth device. Generates a modulating field that transmits the reflected light from one side of an object to the other.}"
    (PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout), PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout 2))
  4. Museum of Technology placard: "This is the RobCo "Stealth Boy" Model 3001 Personal Stealth Device. Developed by Robert Mayflower, the Stealth Boy generates a modulating field that transmits the reflected light from one side of an object to the other making the bearer almost invisible to the untrained eye."
  5. Museum of Technology terminal entries; Museum information, Robotics Exhibits
  6. The Courier: "REPCONN's history."
    Tour guide: "REPCONN's illustrious history began way back in 2054, shortly after the famous Delta XI rocket was completed and launched. REPCONN's initial focus was on the development of fuel to be used in orbital propulsion in response to the energy crisis of 2052. Sad times, indeed. The company really took off when RobCo purchased REPCONN in late 2076 to develop unmanned rockets to explore the solar system."
    (Tour guide's dialogue)
  7. The Courier: "Tell me about RobCo."
    Tour guide: "RobCo industries purchased REPCONN in 2075 to assist with some of RobCo's military projects, as well as developing unmanned space exploration. The relationship between RobCo and REPCONN is mutually beneficial, and we hope that both companies bolster each other well into the next century."
    (Tour guide's dialogue)
  8. REPCONN headquarters terminal entries; terminal, Inter-office Correspondence #3262173
  9. REPCONN headquarters terminal entries; terminal, Inter-office Correspondence #3262178
  10. REPCONN headquarters terminal entries; terminal, Inter-office Correspondence #3458631
  11. Arcade Gannon: "I've read about REPCONN. I think they did some work with the... the government before the war. Rockets and some energy weapon prototypes, I think."
    (Arcade Gannon's dialogue)
  12. H&H Tools factory terminal entries; terminal, E-Mail from Alan Dalton
  13. Vault Dweller's Survival Guide p.4-20—4-21: "ROBCO PIPBOY 2000"
    "To help Vault Dwellers record information (and information is extremely valuable, in fact, it might be the most valuable weapon we have against the end of civilization, so pay attention!), Vault-Tec has selected the RobCo Industries RobCo PIPBoy 2000 as the Personal Information Processor of choice for its Vault Dwellers."
    "The RobCo PIPBoy 2000 (hereafter called the PIPBoy), is a handy device that you wear on your wrist. It’s small, especially by today’s standards, and it will store a goodly amount of information for you. And using modern super-deluxe resolution graphics to boot!"
  14. Vault 101 PA System: ""Did you know -- the Vault-Tec/RobCo partnership is considered the most successful joint venture in the history of American industry?""
  15. Vault 79 (slideshow)
  16. Hidden Valley bunker terminals#Journal Entry 747
  17. RobCo Research Center terminal entries, Immobile weapons research
  18. Fred Radcliff: "We're dealing with RobCo's semi-autonomous immobile weapon platform, only used for special government procurement. Extra thick ballistic shielding plus reflective paneling, internal temperature regulation. Even has built-in air fresheners. But can your new buddy Radcliff beat them? Of course he can. Just need a little help from the source."
    (Fred Radcliff's dialogue)
  19. Government contract
  20. Fallout 76 loading screens: "Watoga was built as a joint effort between the federal government, RobCo, and Atomic Mining Services to build a 'city of the future.'"
  21. AMS corporate headquarters terminal entries; CEO Kilson's terminal, Partnership Report: RobCo
  22. RobCo Research Center terminal entries; Receptionist terminal, Watoga
  23. Citadel terminal entries; Liberty Prime Operation, Capital Post Article -- June 3, 2072
  24. RobCo stock shares (1000)
  25. Missile silo terminal entries; Mainframe access terminal; Operations Center Overview
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 Missile silo terminal entries; Facilities mainframe
  27. Default radio signal
  28. Central sewers terminal entries
  29. Courier: "Who are you?"
    Muggy: "Dr. O was always jealous of House Industries, and he thought it would be fucking hilarious to build a tiny neurotic Securitron. Big fucking laugh. "
    (Muggy's dialogue)
  30. Red Rocket Mega Stop terminal entries; Maintenance terminal; Orders and Deliveries
  31. RobCo sales and service center terminal entries; RobCo Sales & Service Center terminal; Service Requests; Calvin Crenshaw
RobCo Industries
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