British engineers build 'intelli-copters', capable of learning as they fly
As an alternative to higher speeds and number of cycles, higher load capacities can be implemented with an unchanged installation space.
Velodyne LiDAR Shines at Paris Defense Event, Demonstrating 3D Sensor in Security, Autonomous Driving, UAV Applications
At Eurosatory 2014, Company Showcases Global Reach, Displays Offerings with Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Others
Final 100 kRad (Si) testing completed at renowned Indiana University Cyclotron Facility
New modules connect industrial devices to the Cloud for wireless interoperability
Most Significant Introduction in Company History Streamlines Dual Head Prints
Delta AgTech Symposium set for July 7-8 in Memphis; will feature UAV flight demonstrations and leading expert speakers
Accepting any 12 Volt DC source, including battery power, this robust Gear Motor measures just 3.2" (max) Diameter, by 9.25" long and has a keyed output shaft of 19mm diameter by 40mm long.
Thought leaders to exchange research and trends, see demonstrations of latest material handling solutions
Approaching 3 years online, www.RoboticsTomorrow.com has expanded its coverage to include Advanced Manufacturing and Factory Automation. It has also revamped its website design for easier navigation and better compatibility with mobile devices.
FleetwoodGoldcoWyard has supplied approximately 200 robotic systems worldwide which are either currently in operation or being manufactured.
CellMax Technologies, a specialist provider of advanced ultra-high efficiency base station antennas, will keep its head office in the Swedish ICT hub of Kista.
LASER COMPONENTS now manufactures avalanche photodiodes with fiber pigtails.
Rethink Robotics' latest software makes Baxter work twice as fast, with twice the precision previously possible.
The partnership will enable new opportunities in multi-spectral and hyperspectral imaging thanks to highly compact and low-weight camera solutions.
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The PF/PFC series tin-can stepping motors are conventional magnet-driven rotary stepper motors with a permanent magnet in their rotor core. Rotating in proportion to the number of pulses sent to the motor, the stepper motor is frequency synchronized and can change speed depending on the frequency of the pulse signal.