NSF Awards over $2 Million for Robotics Projects at Georgia Tech

The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded more than $2 million to fund projects led by Georgia Tech robotics researchers. The principal investigators (PIs) and co-PIs for these projects represent three of the Institute's six colleges, illustrating the interdisciplinary collaboration that distinguishes Tech as a leader in the national initiative to accelerate the development and use of robots in the United States.

Esys and ABB Partner to Supply Application, Material Handling Robots for Major European Auto Manufacturer

Esys Automation of Auburn Hills, Michigan is proud to announce the receipt of an order for a complete automotive turnkey sealer system for a major European Auto Manufacturer. The award was won through Eisenmann Corporation in Crystal Lake, Illinois, a leading global industrial solutions provider for surface finishing and material flow automation in the automotive industry.

midwest Engineering systems Sponsors aimcal's 2013 web coating & handling conference - See more at: http://www.mwes.com/news/aimcal-conference-2013.html#sthash.QySVcKKZ.dpuf

To be held October 27-30, 2013 in Charleston, SC

Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. Releases New Ultra High-Speed and Compact MZ07 Robot

The MZ07 robot arm features ultra high-speed motion capability with advanced through-arm dress capabilities to simplify routing of hoses and cables for material handling, assembly, vision and many other applications.

ABB JOKAB SAFETY Focus II Light Curtains and Light Grids offer complete range of features in one low cost package

Single curtain or grid model works for all applications, eliminating the need to stock multiple versions for varying machine safety requirements

Adept Announces Tech Topics Webinar Series

Online Instructional Robotic Technical Topics to be Covered by Experienced Engineering Team

Honeybee Robotics Tools Reach Milestone of 300 Excavations on Mars

Tools on Mars Exploration Rovers, Phoenix Lander and Mars Science Laboratory have completed 300 total excavations of Mars rocks and soil over the last decade, moving approximately 450 cc's of material for scientific analysis

Opto Diode Introduces UVG100 Photodiode with 100 mm2 Active Area

The new photodetector features excellent ultraviolet (UV) response with a 100 mm active area.

Piab at Pack Expo Las Vegas 2013

Piab will have a robot from Fanuc in their booth at the show demonstrating Piab's energy saving vacuum products.

TRACLabs Advances to Second Round in DARPA Robotics Challenge

Enters Partnership with FuelFX to Develop a Robot Learning App

Dean Kamen Invites More Than 30,000 Students Around the World to the FIRST® Tech Challenge " FTC® BLOCK PARTY!℠"

FIRST® Tech Challenge launches new robotics season game that challenges students to think like engineers and scientists

TI's technology advances LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3, allowing students and hobbyists to unleash their creative powers to build stronger, smarter robots

The collaboration extends TI's commitment to STEM education, inspiring students to learn and create innovative projects

Wynright Launches New Wynsoft Software for Material Handling

Modular, layered software solution encompasses all aspects of a distribution and fulfillment network with a graphic user interface that speeds up training and simplifies use

A Swarm On Every Desktop: Robotics Experts Learn from Public

The next experiment from Rice University's Multi-Robot Systems Laboratory (MRSL) could happen on your desktop.

Creating Competitive Manufacturing Solutions during the Global Automation Revolution

PaR Systems leads the way to enable more efficient and flexible manufacturing. The rate of growth of the world automation market will increase from 6.5% a year currently to well over a 20% rate after 2015. Manufacturers will need innovative and tailored solutions from the experts in automation.

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