Aeryon Labs introduces Map Edition bundles for Aeryon sUAS

Aeryon Map Editions are bundled offerings that provide an end-to-end aerial surveying and GIS solution. This new package combines Aeryon sUAS - Aeryon Scout™ and Aeryon SkyRanger™ - with Aeryon's integrated camera payloads and Pix4Dmapper software for highly accurate geo-referenced image processing, and powerful 3D visualization and editing features.

Festo Demonstrates at SLAS 2014 the Benefits of Technology Transfer from Industrial Settings to Medical Laboratories

Motion systems based on nature's designs, high speed robotics, desktop handling systems, and the Bionic Handling Assistant as seen on PBS's Nova are all featured by Festo at SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening) 2014, January 18-22, San Diego Convention Center, Booth # 735.

Sixclear Launches First Robotics Competition LabVIEW Training Site

Sixclear, an Austin-based technology company, increases free access to LabVIEW learning resources for FRC participants and mentors.

Rethink Robotics' Baxter Research Robot Now Available in Australia and New Zealand

It is already available in the U.S., Europe and Japan and has built an active and fast growing developer community.

Siemens Receives 2013 Global Smart Machine Safety Networks Company of the Year Award

Siemens Safety Integrated solutions, with Totally Integrated Automation, selected best in class.

Knighted to feature real-time fulfillment execution systems at 2014 NRF Convention and EXPO

Intelligrated subsidiary to showcase automated decision-making fulfillment software at booth #1101

Güdel, Inc. Becomes a Platinum Member of the Robotic Industries Association (RIA)

US North American Operations

President Obama Announces New Public-Private Manufacturing Innovation Institute

North Carolina headquartered consortium of 18 companies and 6 universities partnering with the federal government to strengthen U.S. manufacturing

WILLOW GARAGE SELECTS CLEARPATH ROBOTICS TO SERVICE AND SUPPORT THE PR2 ROBOT

Clearpath Robotics welcomes the PR2 robot and community to its growing family

Robonaut 2 Gets Legs

NASA:

NASA engineers are developing climbing legs for the International Space Station's robotic crew member Robonaut 2 (R2), marking another milestone in space humanoid robotics.

The legless R2, currently attached to a support post, is undergoing experimental trials with astronauts aboard the orbiting laboratory. Since its arrival at the station in February 2011, R2 has performed a series of tasks to demonstrate its functionality in microgravity.

These new legs, funded by NASA's Human Exploration and Operations and Space Technology mission directorates, will provide R2 the mobility it needs to help with regular and repetitive tasks inside and outside the space station. The goal is to free up the crew for more critical work, including scientific research.

 

How Small Can You Go?

Nanorobotics is about creating robots which are so small they are nearly invisible to the naked eye. Operating as a swarm, these tiny robots have the promise to do some really incredible things.

Robotic Welding Series: Perfectly weld imperfect parts with adaptive welding

This is the second of a 4-part series by KC Robotics about the automated arc welding industry.

Aethon Installs the TUG® Autonomous Smart Mobile Robot at 21 Hospitals in 2013

Aethon TUG autonomous mobile robot automates delivery and material movement in hospitals.

The NIMBUS384, an Affordable, Highly Flexible, Compact Pipetting Workstation launched by Hamilton Robotics

The Microlab NIMBUS software offers a range of unique features and can be easily programmed by virtually all users.

QinetiQ North America Expands Relationship with BroadSoft

Expanding upon a successful four-year initial engagement, QNA will now provide a full suite of BroadWorks® and BroadCloudTM based unified communications services to government agencies.

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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product

PQ12-R Micro Linear Servo

PQ12-R Micro Linear Servo

The PQ12-R series of linear servos are the smallest affordable linear servo on the market today. Small enough to fit inside a tic tac box, it's very powerful with a maximum force of over 11lbs. It operates as a direct plug-and-play replacement for standard rotary servos, using the same standard 3 wire connector. Regardless of how you drive your servos, be it with an RC receiver, an Arduino board, or a VEX micro-controller, the PQ12-R servo will function in place of a regular servo, but with the added benefit of providing linear motion. They're available in a 20mm stroke coupled with gear ratio options of 30:1, 63:1 and 100:1 cover a large variety of applications. Our PQ12 is popular used in a variety of robotics applications, medical devices, radio control and 3D printable bionic hands. Our PQ12 is proudly designed in Canada by our in-house team of engineers and thoroughly tested before leaving our facility.