Anaheim Automation's Emphasis on R&D Drives Expansion of Driver and Controller Product Lines

Anaheim Automation's stepper and brushless DC drivers and controllers are designed and manufactured in-house, something they have prided themselves in since the company's inception. Anaheim Automation has continued to place a heavy focus on R&D in order to spur growth, and has plans for near future expansion with the release of new drivers, controls, and more.

Allegro DVT Showcases its HEVC/H.265 Video Encoder IP at DAC 2014

At DAC 2014, Allegro DVT will perform a live demonstration of its HEVC/H.265 encoder IP core. The demonstration will be conducted on a prototyping platform, demonstrating the features and video quality of our HEVC/H.265 encoder IP.

S2C will demonstrate its latest technology at DAC 2014 (booth #533)

DAC 2014 will take place at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California from June 1st to 5th.

Tech Startup Quo Computer Launches #roboQ

Kids exploring technology; a new platform and web portal for robotics education.

Velodyne in the Driver's Seat at Computer History Museum Exhibit on Autonomous Vehicles

Industry Pioneer David Hall Keeps His LiDAR Eyes on the Road; Exhibit Coincides with Rollout of Google's Latest LiDAR-Equipped Self-Driving Car

MD Buyline Identifies Emerging Technologies for Soft Tissue Robotics

A complimentary report discusses financial considerations and clinical outcomes for soft tissue robotic-assisted surgeries

Low Power, Longer Distance, Tiny Package: New Laser Sensing Technology for Self-driving Cars, Smartphones and 3-D Video Games

A new twist on 3-D imaging technology could one day enable your self-driving car to spot a child in the street half a block away, let you answer your Smartphone from across the room with a wave of your hand, or play "virtual tennis" on your driveway.

Ekso Bionics and CSNE Partner to Enrich Human Machine Interface

Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc., a robotic exoskeleton company, announced today they have been accepted by the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE) as an industry partner. Ekso Bionics and CSNE will work together to enrich the human machine interface and enhance potential neural interface to create links between the nervous system and the outside world.

Microsystems Technologies Office: Creating A New Electronics Revolution For National Defense

MTO sets sights on developing next-generation microsystems to face evolving security challenges; plans meeting this summer with technical communities to discuss new focus areas

Adept Technology Adds Sales Engineer in Southern Europe

Company Focused on Growing New Business, Supporting Existing Customers in Italy

RIA to Present 2014 Engelberger Robotics Awards to Dr. Rodney Brooks, Dr. Rory Cooper and Dr. Vijay Kumar

Ceremony Set for June 2 in Munich during ISR/ROBOTIK 2014 and AUTOMATICA

Intelligrated hires new sales engineer for southern regional operations

Customer relations and sales veteran to manage key accounts and develop new business

Unmanned Aircraft Series Sets Record for Mission Hours Flown in One Week

Flight record is more than 50 percent above those recorded for Global Hawk in 2013

Registration Open for 2014 Successful Farming® Tools of the Future Tour

Event to showcase drones, wearable computers and other cutting-edge innovations that will make farmers more profitable in the field

Fyusion Closes $3.35M Venture Round Led by UTEC and NEA

Fyusion develops technologies that empower people to capture the world in a more immersive way than photos or videos allow.

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