Griffith University students are using Smartphone technology to make the driverless car of the future more of a reality.
Multi-Axes Robotic System with Linear Servo Motors
IntelLiDrives, Inc. has released large center aperture rotary tables with very low height.
Computer vision algorithms that enable Samsung's latest humanoid robot, Roboray, to build real-time 3D visual maps to move around more efficiently have been developed by researchers from the University of Bristol.
Festo Ensures Faster Machine Changeover with the New Electric Cylinder and Closed Loop Servo Drive Solution - EPCO-CMMO-ST
This cylinder/drive combination offers the flexibility of commissioning via the internet.
The contract was awarded in Raytheon's second quarter of 2013.
Mitchell Weiss of Seegrid on Panel Discussion at Automation Robotics and Supply Chain Conference
Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) is part of a new Â£1.2million project which aims to ensure future robotic systems can be trusted by humans.
Kansas State University demonstrated how unmanned aircraft can benefit agriculture
Fused GPS, IMU & UWB for Location & Navigation
Hospital in Memphis Acquires Mazor Robotics' Renaissance System; Represents First System Install in the State of Tennessee and the Fifth System in the major U.S. hospital corporation
Balluff's new full line of miniature sensors can be used in the smallest of installation spaces, and they can be easily integrated in existing mechatronic assemblies. Balluff mini sensors are available with all operating principles: inductive, photoelectric, magnetic, capacitive or ultrasonic sensors.
2012: Second Highest Number of Robots Sold / 2013: A High Level of Robot Sales Expected Again
ADEPT RECEIVES $2.6 MILLION ORDER FROM CASTEC INTERNATIONAL CORP TAIWAN FOR ROBOTICS TO BE USED IN HIGH PRECISION ASSEMBLY WORKCELLS FOR INDEPENDENT SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING SERVICE PROVIDER
Adept Cobra Robots and Motion Control Workcells to Automate Sub-Assembly of Smart Phone Electronics
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