ATI Introduces Bird Deterrent Solution for Its Line of Precision Ag Drones

The Raptor Module sonically emits patterns mimicking various birds of prey with altering flight patterns, providing farmers with a low cost solution to a traditionally difficult problem.

Kickstarter - CoDrone: The Drone That Anyone Can Learn to Program

Robolink, Inc. launched a Kickstarter campaign for the CoDrone, a drone that anyone can learn to program and fly.

New Torque Motor Family from Tecnotion

Tecnotion adds QTR Frameless Torque Motors to its direct drive product offering. With low axial height and high torque density, the QTR bridges the size-performance gap.

Novotechnik - Angle Sensor for Extreme Environments

Novotechnik U.S. introduces the RSX-7900 Series of angle sensors that provide up to IP69K ingress protection, extremely long life of >100 million movements and ISO13849 PL-d safety compliance in a non-contacting design.

Dorner Appoints Southeast Regional Sales Manager

Lincoln Frazier has been appointed Southeast Regional Sales Manager for Dorner Mfg. Corp. In his new position, Frazier will be working with sales channel partners and key accounts to grow the company's industrial and sanitary conveyor business throughout the Southeastern United States.

CES 16 - 3DR Announces Updated Smart Shots And Flight Safety Software

The new updates mark an evolutionary step forward for the Solo® smart drone

Molding Conference 2016 Announces Complete Technical Program

Plastics Technology announces agenda for 26th annual event on injection molding includes presentations on injection molding, automation, 3D printing, materials and process maintenance

CES 16 - NinjaTek Announces Two New 3D Printing Materials Designed for Industrial Applications

NinjaTek, a division of Fenner Drives and makers of the popular line of NinjaFlex and SemiFlex 3D printing filaments, today announced the upcoming launch of two new 3D printing materials in the first quarter of 2016.

CES 16 - MarkForged Leads Explosive Growth in 3D Printing Technologies for Manufacturing

MarkForged, Inc - a company focused on industrial strength 3D printing for businesses - is announcing today a strong finish to 2015, with 400% growth in revenue year over year.

CES 16 - The Possibilities Are Endless with ROBO 3D Creation Machines

New Scented Filaments, 3D Consumer Printers and Mobile App Being Previewed at CES 2016

CES 16 - InvenSense® Showcases 'Internet of Sensors™' MEMS Sensor Solutions At The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

InvenSense, Inc. (NYSE:INVN), a leading provider of MEMS sensor platform solutions, will showcase the company's latest Internet of Sensors innovations for Mobile, Smart Home, Wearable, IoT, Industrial, and Automotive segments.

CES 16 - Toyota Research Institute Announces All-star Leadership Team for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Research

Technical and advisory teams will guide and drive proprietary and academic research portfolio Almost thirty new projects launched through collaborative research partnership with MIT and Stanford New offices open in Palo Alto, CA and Cambridge, MA

New Veratus Precision Optical Encoder

New Veratus Precision Optical Encoder

MakerBot Announces Smart Extruder+

Designed and Tested to Provide Better Performance over a Longer Period of Time

New 1500 Watt Rugged DC-DC Converter

1500 Watt 1U High DC-DC Converter is a High Power Low Profile DC-DC Converter ideal for harsh environment industrial applications. TDDC Series.

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