ReWalk Robotics updates IPO terms

ReWalk Robotics plans on selling 3.35 million of its shares in an IPO that will trade on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "RWLK." The pricing terms were not disclosed. Barclays Capital and Jefferies will serve as underwriters. Based in the U.S., Israel and Germany, ReWalk is a maker of wearable robotic exoskeletons for individuals with spinal cord injury. Its backers include SCP Vitalife Partners. Yaskawa Electric Corp. Israel Healthcare Ventures, Pontifax and Previz Ventures.

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DVC Series - DigFlex® Performanceâ„¢ for Electric Mobility

XIMEA USB 3.0 Cameras Support Linux ARM Platforms

XIMEA adds Linux ARM compatibility to world's smallest USB 3.0 line of industrial cameras.

Butler3000 Robot Bartender Making Its Portland Debut at PIE PDX

The Butler3000 will debut in Portland at the PIE (Portland Incubator Experiment) Happy Hour, August 29, 2014.

Energid Technologies Develops Software Enabling Driverless Convoy Vehicles

Computer Simulation will Support Autonomous-Vehicle Algorithm Development

Unbounded Robotics to Shut Down Due to Issues With Willow Garage Spin-Off Agreement

From Evan Ackerman at IEEE Spectrum:

IEEE Spectrum has learned that Unbounded Robotics, a spin-off of Willow Garage that developed the UBR-1 mobile manipulator, is currently "in the process of shutting down." The UBR-1 is no longer for sale.

Recently, a source (who asked not to be named) forwarded us an email from Unbounded Robotics CEO Melonee Wise. Our source received the message after requesting a quote for a UBR-1 robot:

"Unfortunately Unbounded Robotics is in the process of shutting down due to issues with our Willow Garage spin off agreement that prevents us from raising series A investment. Unbounded Robotics is no longer selling the UBR-1.... (cont'd)

Adept Technology Introduces New Mobile Robot Localization Technology

"Acuity" Feature Enables "Lynx" Mobile Vehicle Navigation in Extremely Dynamic Environments

IMTS 2014 - Quaker Introduces New Approaches to Coolants at IMTS

The QUAKERCOOL® 700 Series metal removal fluids are mineral oil free micro-emulsions.

RIA International Collaborative Robots Workshop Agenda Announced

Event to be Held in Silicon Valley on September 30, 2014

VALERI Project Aims to Make Robots that Work Alongside Humans

Trying to squeeze into small enclosed areas, carrying out highly repetitive tasks, retiring with back injuries even while your expertise is needed: these everyday realities of working in aviation construction may become a thing of the past.

Trimble Conducts Live Demonstrations of NextSwath End of Row Turns with Automatic Implement Compensation for Agriculture

Cutting-Edge Technology Eliminates Undershooting or Overshooting the Intended Path to Increase Efficiency, Reduce Fuel Costs and Prevent Crop Damage

Trimble's RainWave Solution Now Maps Rainfall Amounts within Entire Fields

With a Precise Contour Map of Rainfall Information, Farmers Can Make Better Decisions on Irrigation Planning, Resource Deployment and Material Applications

Trimble's Connected Farm Now Includes a Field Data Management Solution for Farmers and their Advisors

Detailed Field Information Enables Better Decision Making and Simpler Collaboration

Robotics Alley, LifeScience Alley Partner on Health Care & Medical Device Track

The Midwest is at the forefront of the Health Care & Medical Device industry and the role of robotics in transforming it. Learn how robotics is being used to reduce costs, improve quality of health care, train health care professionals, provide enhanced therapy and generally improve the lives of patients everywhere at the 2014 Robotics Alley Conference & Expo.

Robotics Alley Partners with UL LLC to Create Engineering Track

The world of robotics is transforming many industries, which is why Robotics Alley Conference & Expo created nine robotics seminar tracks for the conference. In 2014, Robotics Alley has partnered with UL LLC to produce the Engineering Track.

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