University of Bristol researchers have unveiled a large semi-autonomous drone called the ARM system which could be used to provide visual and thermal monitoring of radiation after a release of nuclear material.
Back in 1991, Nature published a picture from the IMAX movie Antarctica, along with the caption: "Emperor penguins may be waddling jokes on land, but underwater they can turn into regular rockets…accelerating from 0 to 7 m/s in less than a second."
KUKA Robotics to debut the latest in robotic welding innovations for the welding and fabricating industry at FABTECH 2013.
The new, 5,000-square-meter facility includes demonstration, integration, training and office space.
Designed to accommodate four workers, including their service equipment, and can raise its infinitely adjustable platform to a maximum height of eight meters.
Morgan Crucible has combined its two divisions Morgan Ceramics and Morgan Engineered Materials to create a unified business under the new name Morgan Advanced Materials.
Fully automated test system for all driveline and electric motor testing
Trust Automation designed and developed critical motion control elements to the radar platform.
AlphaLab Gear is a new accelerator located in Pittsburgh that converges manufacturing, technology and ingenuity for hardware & robotics startups
MMS 22-PI1 magnetic switch from SCHUNK, uses two programmable switching points, making it an all-purpose sensor.
First of two new SXUV multi-element photodiodes to be introduced
LIT Dinner to Honor Top Technologists and Policymakers Instrumental in Advancing Technology Innovation
With over 35,000 attendees and 1500 exhibitors this provides an excellent platform for the market launch of the Delta E rotator.
PAC Worldwide Releases the PACjacket3, the Next Generation of Their Automated Packaging Machine Series
PAC Worldwide is pleased to announce the latest version of their highly successful automated packaging machine series, from their PACjacket Systems line, the PACjacket3.
FABTECH 2013 runs Nov. 18-21 at McCormick Place in Chicago
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