XYZ Robotic System for Assembly Automation from IntelLiDrives, Inc.

Multi-axes robotic platform for assembly automation

SPIE Launches New Symposium to Foster Dual-Use Sensor Technologies

SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, is launching a major symposium to enable greater exposure for and exploration of dual-use sensing technologies. The new SPIE Sensing Technology + Applications symposium will be co-located in Baltimore, Maryland, next May with SPIE Defense + Security, long-established as the largest unclassified event on the East Coast for the defense community.

UC Berkeley-Founded Dash Robotics Unveils High-Performance, Low-Cost Six-Legged Origami Robot

Dash Robotics, founded by UC Berkeley alumni and students, today unveiled a new high performance, low-cost "origami" robot that runs fast on six legs, weighs only half an ounce and can be easily built at home.

Science Minister Views Alliance of Strengths in Robotics and Autonomous Systems at Heriot-Watt

A unique 7.2m partnership researching the future of robotics was the focus of a visit by Universities and Science Minister the Rt Hon David Willets MP to Heriot-Watt University.

Silvus announces new contract under DARPA 100 Gb/s RF Backbone (100G) program

Silvus Technologies Inc. is a leading developer of mesh networked Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) radio products for tactical and commercial applications in harsh propagation environments.

Seegrid Robots Improve Cabela's® Throughput and Deliver Cost Savings

The robotic pallet trucks have increased operational efficiency by improving receipt to putaway time, optimized product flow and reduced labor costs.

LASER COMPONENTS announces the first digital photodiode sensors, DPDS Importance: High

Digital Vis-NIR Detector Modules

QinetiQ North America's Gunfire Detection System Selected by German Military

Germany placed an order for more than $2 million in SWATS systems

Handheld 3D scanning of Napoleon's Borodino battlefield in Russia

Hand-Held 3D Scanning News Notes: Archeology site in Russia At the request of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Artec 3D recently scanned a portion of the famous Borodino battlefield where Napoleon was stopped by Russian forces outside of Moscow in 1812. This archeological usage of 3D handheld scanning - instead of photos and drawings - was a major step forward in managing data from archeology sites - providing "layers" of information and extremely fast results: scanning took one hour and post processing took another hour (traditional tools would have taken many days).

ATI Industrial Automation Introduces SR-48 Robotic Collision Sensor for Smaller Payloads

The SR-48 Robotic Collision Sensor, the latest addition to ATI Industrial Automation's line of collision protection devices, has a lower operating range than their SR-61 model making it ideal for smaller payloads.

The Open Hand Project

Open Hand Project Indiegogo Campaign:

What is it?
The Open Hand Project is an open source project with the goal of making robotic prosthetic hands more accessible to amputees.

The Dextrus hand is the realization of this goal, it's a robotic hand that can be put together for well under £650 ($1000) and offers much of the functionality of a human hand.

Who's it For?
The Dextrus hand is for anyone who wants an advanced robotic hand. This could be an amputee who wants a little more than a metal hook, a researcher who's looking into control systems for telepresence robots or perhaps a hobbyist who is making a humanoid robot.

Midwest Engineering Systmes Parterns with Kuka Robotics - Automation for Healthcare

Midwest Engineering Systems has partnered with Kuka Robotics to design and manufacture robots for healthcare applications.

Danish robot arms embrace New York

Universal Robots opens new U.S. headquarters, expanding staff and tech support to better serve the rapidly growing customer base in North America.

BitFlow Takes Leadership in Development of Cost-Effective, High-Performance CoaXPress Technology

With the launch of CoaXPress at Vision, Stuttgart in 2009, BitFlow, already a leader in high speed image acquisition, decided to adopt this standard for their next suite of products.


Amherst, New Hampshire Facility Provides Integrators and End Users First Hand Experience with Industrial and Mobile Product Solutions

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