The Cyton Robotic Solution

We like to use the term train rather than program. The simplest way to train the Cyton is by using what we call assistive mode. In this mode the operator grabs onto the gripper and manually moves it where it needs to go. This information is used by the software to create a path which can be repeated or modified through an intuitive graphical interface.

Case Study: Harvest Automation HV-100 Robots Are The Key That Unlock Production Efficiencies

The robots require minimal training to operate, while reducing production costs and improving productivity. They are flexible to deploy on open beds, hoop houses and greenhouses with any type of plant on all common ground surfaces including ground cloth, poly, and gravel.

Next Great Thing: Chasing Innovative Products is a Long, Hard Trek

The boss' challenge is to figure out which are the good ideas and which are great ideas. But the real innovator? It's the customer … he/she/they determine what idea is insanely great and which is…

Latest JTMAE Posting Focuses on Robotics Competitions Promoting STEM Education in Economically Distressed Areas

ATMAE Members, Dr. Brad Deken and Mr. John Dudley at Southeast Missouri State University and Dr. Doug Koch at University of Central Missouri, studied the effect of STEM education exposure on K-12 students through robotics competitions. They found that students who were exposed to STEM Education were more likely to pick STEM majors in college.

Kamal Rashid to Lead the Biomanufacturing Education and Training Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Global pioneer of biotechnology education, research and workforce development programs to lead the BETC.

Cirrus Acquires Robotic Trim and Drill Facility for Conforming Jet Development

Cirrus Aircraft announced today the Vision SF50 personal jet program has made significant progress toward certification, including acquisition of manufacturing equipment to build the new airplane. The company confirms that first delivery is still scheduled for late 2015.

No, Really, How Do We Keep Robots From Destroying Humans?

Over the next few decades, robots will become part of everyday life.

Adept Technology Delivers New Generation of Autonomous Mobile Robots to Swisslog

30% Increase in Productivity Reported by Hospital Laboratories and Independent Commerical Laboratories

North American Robotics Companies Set New Records for First Half of 2013

Shipments to North American customers through June totaled 11,308 robots valued at $715.1 million, breaking the previous first-half records set in 2012

AeroVironment's Puma AE Small Unmanned Aircraft System Receives Federal Aviation Administration Type Certificate for Commercial Use

Puma is first-ever hand-launched unmanned aircraft system to be approved by FAA for commercial missions----- First-of-its-kind Restricted Category type rating permits commercial missions

Yaskawa Swisslog Introduces Next-Generation RoboCourier Autonomous Mobile Robot for Secure, Hospital-Wide Delivery of Light Payloads

New Swisslog RoboCourier AMR manages automatic doors and elevators and navigates across different units and floors to enable efficient and cost-effective automation of light to medium payloads within hospitals.

Stäubli Announces New Robotics Suite v2013

PC software suite for robotics application development and maintenance

CONNECTICUT SPRING & STAMPING ANNOUNCES IN-HOUSE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

Severe shortage of skilled workers due to the disappearance of state-funding training

New Aitech Core i7 Haswell-based 3U VPX SBC Offers Enhanced Graphics/Data Processing

C873's 4th generation Intel processor provides up to 20% more computing performance

Rockwell Automation Opens its Call for Nominations for its First-Ever Manufacturing Safety Excellence Award

Recognize a company for exemplary manufacturing safety performance. Celebrate their commitment to worker safety. Acknowledge top-notch safety professionals.

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