Canadian Robotics Manufacturer is World's First Robotics Company to Pledge Not to Make 'Killer Robots'
RIA, AIA and MCA Membership at Highest Levels Ever
From BlueRobotics' Kickstarter: An efficient, rugged, affordable underwater thruster to propel the future of marine robotics and ocean exploration. ( $100 dollars a thruster, est delivery Nov 2014 ) The T100 is made of high-strength, UV resistant polycarbonate injection molded plastic. The core of the motor is sealed and protected with an epoxy coating and it uses high-performance plastic bearings in place of steel bearings that rust in saltwater. Everything that isn’t plastic is either aluminum or high-quality stainless steel that doesn’t corrode. A specially designed propeller and nozzle provides efficient, powerful thrust while active water-cooling keeps the motor cool. Unlike other thrusters, our design doesn’t have any air- or oil-filled cavities - water flows freely through all parts of the motor while it's running. That means it can go deep in the ocean and handle extreme pressures. The thruster is easy to use: just connect the three motor wires to any brushless electronic speed controller (ESC) and you can control it with an RC radio or a microcontroller. It's usable with Arduino, ArduPilot, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, and many other embedded platforms... ( kickstarter )
Draganfly Innovations Unmanned Helicopter joins Vertical Flight Exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum
The first life-saving Public Safety operated small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) in the world joins the permanent collection at the National Air and Space Museum for all to see.
Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB) announced today that it has been awarded a contract valued at $1.8 million from Idaho National Laboratory to perform Phase one of a two-phase program to provide a common data link (CDL) for unmanned platforms, specifically Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS).
Anaheim Automation releases the HMI-KCO-MT4230T, their new $99.00 human machine interface. One of the most competitively priced HMIs on the market; it offers the same features as a standard HMI, at a fraction of the cost.
SOLIDWORKS Education Community Passes 100,000; New Edition Helps Prepare Students for STEM Jobs
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Kickstarter - Perception Neuron™ Makes Professional Motion Capture Adaptable and Extremely Affordable
Beijing-based Noitom Ltd. revolutionizes the motion capture industry with the smallest, most versatile and adaptable wireless system, at a price that makes the technology affordable for anyone. Starting at USD $200, the company is launching its campaign on Kickstarter and unveiling production prototypes to the industry at SIGGRAPH in Vancouver.
Midwest Engineering Systems, an ABB Robotics Value Provider, will be featured in the ABB Robotics booth during IMTS, displaying random robotic bin picking technology.
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Harmonic Drive LLC Introduces SHA-CG Actuators, Direct Drive Motor Performance-extremely compact size
High torque, hollow shaft SHA-CG servo actuators offer superior rotary positioning accuracy and an output flange with a surface run-out less than 10 microns. The SHA-CG actuators feature a compact, hollow shaft configuration for design versatility in demanding applications
New Technology Enables Up to 50 Percent Faster Line Acquisition to Increase Efficiency and Reduce Drive Time
Mitchell Weiss, Chief Technology Officer for Seegrid Corporation, global leader of robotic vision-guided automated guided vehicles (AGVs), will present the companys' automation products at the Ground Robotics Capability Conference and Exhibition organized by the National Defense Industrial Association. Weiss' presentation will take place during the panel on "Synergy and Parallel Markets" at 10 a.m. on August 13, 2014.
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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.