Autonomous Micro-Robot Swarm Replicates Behaviour of Honeybees

Computer scientists have created a low-cost, autonomous micro-robot which in large numbers can replicate the behaviour of swarming honeybees

RoboBusiness Brings Key Decision Makers, Cutting Edge Technology & Investors to Boston

Celebrating 10 Years as the Leading Robotics Conference

Lawrence Tech hosts Sept. 27 national championships for World Robot Olympiad

First-ever national championships to determine who will represent their country at the World Robot Olympiad

The Hershey Company

Until 2005, everything at the Hershey plant was hand-palletized, resulting in low palletizing rates and high manual labor costs.

Innodisk Announces Certified Storage Solutions for In-Vehicle Computing

Rugged SSDs and DRAM designed for the challenging environments found in fleet vehicles, military usage, and logistics industry

Pawly: Play With Your Pet Anywhere Anytime

Indigogo campaign for Pawly:

Take your playtime to the next level with Pawly's accessory. Pawly can be equipped to play and reward your pets in real time, mimicking the way pet-owners would play with their pets.

Treat Blaster
Reward your pet when they do back flips when you're away. Toss them a treat with Pawly's Treat Blaster. This safe but exciting accessory will shoot out a treat at the press of a button. The LEDs found on the dome light up, followed by a sound before shooting out their favourite treats.

To use the Treat Blaster, mount it on top of Pawly by lining up the teeth of the accessory to the three holes on top of Pawly. Turn on Pawly's app and start blasting away.. (cont'd)

Top Six Trends in Industrial Robotics

Here are six emerging trends in the world of industrial robots that will likely have a big impact on a wide variety of industrial sectors, and provide benefits well beyond what was once imaginable.


Robotiq launches its newest technology: the ROBOTIQ FORCE TORQUE SENSOR FT 150 - a cost-effective 6-Axis Force Torque Sensor with unmatched signal quality, easy integration and immunity from external electrical noise. Designed for force control applications.

Lincoln Electric Licenses Helical Robotics Mobile Robotic Technology

The technology and platforms Helical Robotics develops allows for integrating industrial equipment into mobile magnetic robotic systems. The company will continue to develop and market its robotic systems in manufacturing, inspection, and military, among other markets.

Flying Robots Equipped to Perform Complicated Manipulation Tasks Autonomously

There are many situations where it's impossible, complicated or too time-consuming for humans to enter and carry out operations. Think of contaminated areas following a nuclear accident, or the need to erect structures such as antennae on mountain tops. These are examples of where flying robots could be used.

Comparative Benefits of Ekso Robotic Suit Presented at WeRob2014

Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc., a robotic exoskeleton company, announced today that Bergmannstrost Center in Halle, Germany, a leader in rehabilitation research, presented data today at The International Workshop on Wearable Robotics, WeRob2014 in Baiona, Spain showing the benefits of the Ekso™ robotic suit compared to ReWalk and Cyberdyne.

Schunk - Standardized Long-Stroke Gripper with CFC Housing

The gripper weight has been reduced by 40%.

Vision 2014 - Machine vision promoting cost-effective automation

VISION 2014 to feature the key topic „VISION 4 Automation" for the first time: numerous events geared directly towards end users of production automation

Sensing, Measurement and Process Control Robots

One of the major problems with a robot is sensor irregularity, where the sensors provide data that at times is accurate and at other times inaccurate.

The Rise of the Machine World: Robotics in our Homes, Schools and Cities

Are you ready for the impact robotics will have on the home, schools and cities? How can you prepare for future developments in robotics disrupting your industry?

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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product

Comau’s Racer3 Robot: Beauty and Passion Meet Precision and Speed

Comau's Racer3 Robot: Beauty and Passion Meet Precision and Speed

Racer3 is a powerful, high-speed, 6-axis articulated robot featuring a payload of 3kg and a reach of just 630 mm. Built from high-strength aluminum, the newest innovation in Comau robotics is lightweight and can be easily mounted on benches, walls, ceilings or on inclined supports. The third robot within the award-winning Racer family, Racer3 is Comau's response to the growing demand for fast, cost-effective robotic automation within small to medium-sized enterprises and emerging countries. Racer3 is intended for general industry use to increase productivity and reduce overall costs by automating industrial applications. It combines field-proven technology and enhanced dexterity with a keen focus on safety, design and product aesthetics. With a streamlined design and brushed metal exterior, the new powerhouse of a robot combines beauty and speed together with absolute precision and repeatability. Primary applications include assembly, material handling, machine tending, dispensing and pick & place.