Patented Technology in Datalogic's S8 Series Photoelectric Sensors Revolutionizes Proximity Detection
IMT FAMILY OF VIDEO ENCODERS AND DECODERS BRING COST-EFFECTIVE MPEG-4 MIGRATION SOLUTION TO ALEA 2013
The first ABB Robotics Ë— SVIA PickVision machine tending system installed in the US at Atlas Copco in July 2013
JPL and Stanford will build a simian-inspired limbed robot to participate in the DARPA Robotics Challenge. This groundbreaking RoboSimian uses deliberate and stable operations to complete challenging tasks under supervised tele-operation while in a degraded human environment. This emphasis on stability over dynamics and deliberation over reaction will result in faster and more robust overall operations by decreasing missteps for both robot and human operator. To accomplish this end, the team will employ design methods, system elements, and software algorithms that have already demonstrated success for JPL’s unique ATHLETE and Lemur robots, JPL’s first-place DARPA ARM-S team, and Stanford’s selectively compliant DARPA ARM-H design. In particular, RoboSimian will use its four general purpose limbs and hands, capable of both mobility and manipulation, to achieve passively stable stances; create multi-point anchored connections to supports such as ladders, railings, and stair treads; and brace itself during forceful manipulation operations.
Sky Drone FPV - NSA-Proof Digital Video Transfer System for Drones Available on Crowdfunding Site Indiegogo
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