Most Popular Articles for 2015 - Did some of them predict the future?

Smart Homes, Robotics, Automation, Unmanned Vehicles, Solar and Wind Energy. Regardless of where you work or what you do, these topics are affecting your life and will continue to do so in the future.

Robotics 2016: Doubling Throughput in Distribution and Factory Operations

Two existing bakery facilities were successfully integrated into one and finished goods capacity nearly doubled from 6,500 lbs. /hour to 12,000 lbs. /hour.

2016 Will Be A Pivotal Year For Social Robots

There really is an unusual affinity for human-like robotic things - which is why so much money is flowing to adapt these new social robots to quickly speak Chinese and Japanese in addition to English and to provide localized apps for their software stores.

RoboSAM Can Assess Its Situation and Call a Human for Help When It Needs Assistance

If the robot is not sure whether it can complete the task-for example if the part is "buried" within the bin-it takes pictures of its situation and calls a remotely located human (the "human on call") for help.

Strongest Adoption of Computer Vision Technology seen in Consumer Electronics, Robotics and Machine Vision Applications

The commercialization of computer vision technology over the past few years has generated market opportunities in a variety of sectors.

Can a Robot be a Pet?

The negatives of having a live pet could drive more people to selecting a robotic pet. In the end, it will be a personal choice.

Survey Reveals 3D Printing's Imminent Impact on Manufacturing

Stratasys Direct Manufacturing sampled 700 professional users of 3D printing to identify current and future trends

Manufacturing Technology Orders Up in June

North American Robotics Market Sets New Records in First Half of 2015

In the first half of 2015, sales of all types of robots continued to grow in a number of key industrial segments.

DENSO Offers New Guide to Buying Small Assembly Robots

Free Resource Helps Buyers Assess the True Cost of Ownership for the Best Value

The 7 Best Cities For Robotics Right Now

RoboUniverse, robotics’ annual meeting of the minds, is rolling out in New York City this week—and in the keynote address today, we learned where the best robotics work in the world is happening.

In it, he shared a list of world cities that are pretty much killing it in the robotics sphere. The innovation centers are, in no particular order:
1.  Boston
2.  Pittsburgh
3.  San Jose/San Francisco (Silicon Valley)
4.  Tokyo
5.  Osaka
6.  Seoul
7.  Munich
What determined this list? Kara said that robot innovation centers all share proximity to “excellent universities,” and regularly contribute to robotics R&D. It’s also hard to deny each location’s contributions to robotics so far: Silicon Valley and Tokyo are gimmes, but not everyone might be aware of the others.

Global Report on Consumer Robotics Market

Transparency Market Research Reports incorporated a definite business overview and investigation inclines on "Consumer Robotics Market". This report likewise incorporates more illumination about fundamental review of the business including definitions, requisitions and worldwide business sector industry structure.

Why and How to Use Membrane Potentiometers Instead of Traditional Linear and Rotary Position Sensors New Hoffmann-Krippner Whitepaper

Complex sensor assemblies can be reduced, simplified and integrated less expensively with modern membrane potentiometers

Industrial Robotics Market is Expected to Reach $41.17 Billion, Globally, by 2020

Rapid growth in automation demands, coupled with reduction of duties on refurbished goods in Asia Pacific region has fueled the growth of this market.

2013 Nanotechnology Patent Literature Review

Similar to computers, nanotechnology is both an enabling technology and a technology sector in its own right. Nanotechnology is prolific in the research and development of almost every economic sector, from aerospace to medicine to energy.

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