RoboKind Announced as Finalist for SIIA Innovation Incubator Program

RoboKind, Advanced Social Robotics company was chosen to participate in the Education Division of the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA)'s Innovation Incubator Program. The program will be held during the annual Education Business Forum, December 10-11, at the McGraw Hill Conference Center in New York.

Yaskawa America Inc. Selects HighRadius' Payments OnDemand Solution

HighRadius' SAP-certified, PCI-DSS compliant electronic payments solution has been chosen by Yaskawa America to satisfy their automation initiative.

Seegrid Hires Sales Expert Gary Ensey to Grow US Western Region

Ensey will oversee Seegrid's Western region of the US.

QinetiQ North America Develops Next-Gen Training Applications for its Integrated Warrior System

Two new training products, a mobile learning application and a desktop training program

Automate 2015 Launches New Website

www.AutomateShow.com´╗┐

Intelligrated hires David Erickson as vice president, software development, for Knighted subsidiary

Intelligrated hires David Erickson as vice president, software development, for Knighted subsidiary

Using Robots to Clean Oil Spills

As this technology is still in its infant stages, we do not truly know how efficient the process will be. We can only hope that the technology will be there when the next spill happens.

ABB Robotics' Introduces 7th Generation IRB 6700 Family Of Large Robots

ABB Robotics has introduced the IRB 6700 robot family, its seventh generation of industry-leading, large industrial robots.

Hunters: A Good Patent is Good, a Great Lawyer is Even Better

There has to be some way to separate the wheat from the chaff, the frivilous/worthless lawsuits from the honest patents based on hard, sweaty creative efforts that deserve protection.

Dynamic Probabilistic Volumetric Models

From Ali Osman Ulusoy, Octavian Biris, Joseph Mundy of Brown University:

This paper presents a probabilistic volumetric frame- work for image based modeling of general dynamic 3-d scenes. The framework is targeted towards high quality modeling of complex scenes evolving over thousands of frames. Extensive storage and computational resources are required in processing large scale space-time (4-d) data. Existing methods typically store separate 3-d models at each time step and do not address such limitations. A novel 4-d representation is proposed that adaptively subdivides in space and time to explain the appearance of 3-d dynamic surfaces. This representation is shown to achieve compres- sion of 4-d data and provide efficient spatio-temporal pro- cessing. Theadvancesoftheproposedframeworkisdemon- strated on standard datasets using free-viewpoint video and 3-d tracking applications.... (full paper)

Three-Phase Brushless DC Companion Device Enables Microchip to Offer Complete, Robust Motor System Solutions

MCP8024 Three-Phase Brushless DC Companion Device Provides All Power, Sensing and Protection Functions Needed to Implement a Robust, Highly Efficient Solution

Polaris RANGER to Assist in the DARPA Robotics Challenge

DARPA Robotics Challenge to be held December 20-21, 2013, at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, in Homestead, Fla.

Chips meet Tubes: World's First Terahertz Vacuum Amplifier

New vacuum power amplifier demonstrated at 0.85 terahertz

SERVO DRIVE RANGE COMBINES UNIVERSAL REAL-TIME ETHERNET CAPABILITY WITH SUPERLATIVE ECONOMY

--- advanced capability (real-time Ethernet, STO, digital encoder support..) at ~25% cost reduction! --- drives are also adaptable for custom applications and private label business

A Positive Outlook for the Tooling Industry

2014 is coming up fast and the Tooling Industry is looking positive according to a recent survey conducted by SelfLube. While attending the Fabtech trade show, SelfLube representatives interviewed companies to see what their take was on business for the new year.

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