Automate 2015 - Big Joe Gears Up After Strong Showing at ProMat 2015

Big Joe introduced a host of new innovative material handling equipment models at the recent ProMat exhibition in Chicago. The new equipment is designed for several emerging supply chain trends and drew a strong response from attendees.

Waltonen Engineering seeks 30 new hires as Michigan manufacturing rebounds

Michigan based firm grows by 25 percent, recruiting designers, engineers and more across all education and experience levels

COMMERCIAL UAV COMMUNITY TO MEET IN LONDON 24TH APRIL 2015

Industry leaders from across the commercial UAV sector to gather in London on 24th April.

OMRON Releases Industry's Fastest* Machine Automation Controller NX701

- Also Adds NJ101 to Expand Sysmac Automation Platform Lineup -

AirRobot and Northrop Grumman Remotec Sign Distribution Agreement for Unmanned Aerial Systems

As part of the agreement, which commenced earlier this month, Remotec also will provide service, maintenance and technical support for all AirRobot systems in the U.S.

Mixed Signal Power Micro-Ds Reduce Size, Weight in Miniature Electronics

Omnetics' Micro-D connectors combine two functions into a one plug-in contact system.

UMD to Host FIRST Robotics Regional Competition

More than 1,000 high school students expected to attend event in College Park

Versatile Yaskawa Motoman MH24 Robot Excels in Wide Range of Applications

Excels in assembly, dispensing, material handling, machine tending and packaging applications.

igus celebrates National Robotics Week with demonstrations at the 2nd annual Rhode Island Robot Block Party

A manufacturer of robotic components, igus will display a number of unique solutions and interact with STEM students at the free event, April 11th at Brown University.

Ultra-Compact Multiprotocol I/O Modules Provide Flexible On-Machine Communication

The 32 mm slim TBEN-S modules from TURCK can be operated automatically in PROFINET, Modbus TCP or EtherNet/IP thanks to the multiprotocol communication

Sony HD Cameras transformed into USB 3 Vision via Pleora's iPORT SB-U3 USB3 External Frame Grabber

Fully compliant with the USB3 Vision and GenICam standards, Pleora's new USB 3.0 external frame grabber not only ensures interoperability with third-party equipment in multivendor environments, it's flexible design allows multiple cameras to be combined to a single USB 3.0 port, when using an off-the-shelf USB 3.0 hub.

Toshiba Imaging Launches New Website with Camera Comparison Feature

The new Quick Reference Guide makes it easy to compare camera features, output formats and capabilities.

New line of vacuum products from Piab

Vacuum products at a value price

CLEARPATH AND CHRISTIE MAKE 3D VIDEO GAME WITH ROBOTS

Robot maker uses state-of-the-art projection mapping technology to create unique gaming experience

Automate 2015 - SMAC Introduces World's First Direct Drive Servo Motor Robotic Finger

At the Automate 2015 show in Chicago, SMAC Moving Coil Actuators introduced a prototype version of the world's first direct drive servo motor robotic finger, acknowledged as a technological breakthrough by a leading European technical university.

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