Arena v14.5 software extends usability of discrete event simulation with 3-D in-process animation of material-handling components
A recent proof of concept by Phoenix Aerial Systems, flying Velodyne's HDL-32E on their Phoenix AL-2, combines the latest UAV, LiDAR and GNSS technology into a cost effective, accurate and compact aerial mapping solution.
The Center for Trends and Technology, sponsored by Rockwell Automation and its PartnerNetwork program, highlights technology advances in Las Vegas, Sept. 23 to 25
A newly completed robotic book retrieval system is one of the technological highlights of Liberty University's new Jerry Falwell Library, which is currently under construction. The system uses three cranes to store and retrieve bins (a total of 4,200 bins) filled with items such as books and historical artifacts, and the system has a capacity for approximately 420,000 items.
Following a Record Year, igus® Is Again Investing Heavily in New Product Divisions, Research and Logistics in 2013
igus® Inc. the world's leading manufacturer of Energy Chains® and polymer plain bearings, is continuing its growth trend. Despite difficult market conditions in 2012, igus managed to increase turnover by five percent and finished the year on a record high.
An expanded education program will be held alongside the 2013 show in Chicago on November 18-21.
Kirobo uses speech synthesis engine, VoiceText.
The recent demonstrations prove that the software can be easily and rapidly applied to multiple vehicles to support the development, testing and fielding of new behaviors needed to advance AUV applications and even enable rapid mission configuration changes in the field.
Included in the new products on display will be the TOUGH GUN™ TT3 Reamer.
Universal Robotics Introduces Breakthrough Neocortex Technology for Logistics Industry; Unlimited Depalletization Accelerates Unloading and Improves Safety
Universal Robotics Inc., a leader in 3D flexible automation, introduces Neocortex, next generation artificial intelligence software, for unlimited box handling and depalletizing in logistics operations. It automates on-the-fly handling of all cartons of any size and shape without advance analysis with less than a 24-month payback.
ABB adds 8 kg model to IRB 360 FlexPicker line, expanding high speed picking & packing performance to heavier items
The stronger model handles up to 100 cycles per minute, featuring the smallest footprint of all Delta robots with payloads greater than 3 kg
Company Celebrates Anniversary Milestone with Plans for New Innovative Products, Pioneering Technologies and Continued Team Dedication
Lenco Industries, Inc. introduces the BearCat® MedEvac LE and BearCat® MedEvac MIL armored tactical vehicles.
L-3 Link Simulation & Training is a world leader in providing total training solutions for operators and maintainers across a wide range of military and civil aircraft platforms.
Boston Engineering awarded a 2013 Phase I START grant funded by the Patrick Administration and administered by MassVentures in support of a Phase II SBIR/STTR contract
"The START program is a great testament to our state's commitment to supporting the commercialization efforts of small, innovative businesses in Massachusetts. We feel appreciated and motivated to help realize the sustainable jobs everyone in the state wants,"said Mark Smithers, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Boston Engineering.
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