ABB RoboScreens to add visual intrigue to shows and performances on new Royal Caribbean Quantum Class ships

Six 100" video screens attached to six industrial robots help cruise ship operator take on-board entertainment and amenities to the next level

MICROMO Launches Powerful New E-Commerce Offering

Motion System SelectorTM simplifies specification and analysis to help OEMs speed time to market

Intelligrated to feature scalable robotics, sortation and order fulfillment solutions at EXPO PACK Mexico 2014

Mexico City-based team to highlight efficiency, accuracy and cost-savings benefits of automation in booth #1906

U.S. Army, Lockheed Martin Complete Second Autonomous Convoy Capabilities Advancement Demonstration (CAD)

• Demo showcased more vehicles at higher speeds • The Autonomous Mobility Appliqu System can transform ordinary vehicles into optionally-manned vehicles • Unmanned technology will keep warfighters safe, decrease logistics burden and make convoys more efficient

Lenze Adds New g700 Planetary Gearbox Series for Use with Synchronous and Asynchronous Servo Motors

New purebred servo gearboxes are available in five sizes for torques from 177 in-lbs to 7080 in-lbs

Seegrid and Topco Associates LLC Form Strategic Partnership

Seegrid Corporation announced its strategic partnership with Topco Associates LLC, a $12.3 billion cooperative and leader in the grocery/supermarket industry, to provide vision-guided automated guided vehicles (AGVs) to Topco members.

The Doerfer Companies and @Universal Robotics Demonstrate Flexible Robotic Pharmaceutical Handling at MD&M East in New York

The Application locates pharmaceutical bottles randomly placed in a bin, guides a Motoman 6-axis robot to pick up these bottles pneumatically, reorients them, and subsequently places them with lids facing up into a tooled nest on an assembly platform.

Yaskawa Motoman Announces New Facility in Queretaro, Mexico

This new 5,000 sq ft facility will house approximately six employees, with the plan to expand the employee base as the company expands its operations.

Stratasys Adds Flexible Color Digital Materials for Unparalleled 3D Printed Product Realism

Vibrant colors offer options ideal for consumer products, fashion, sporting goods and other market segments

Hydroid Announces Open Registration for REMUS 100 Training Course

September's 5-Day Program to Focus on Basic Operations and Maintenance

Innodisk Adds New Offices Worldwide for Increased Production and Support Capacity

Additional Branch Offices in North America and China Enhance Local Support Capability

IMTS 2014 - CNC ADVANCES TO BE DEMONSTRATED AT IMTS 2014

Exciting new developments in machine tool CNC hardware and software technology will be demonstrated by NUM at IMTS.

Industry Heavyweights to Discuss Lightweight Revolutionat SME's BIG M Event

Resource Center to focus on advancements in lightweight materials.

IMTS 2014 - Water Jet Systems Manufacturer Jet Edge Exhibiting Latest Water Jet Cutting Technology at IMTS September 8-13

Jet Edge, Inc., a leading manufacturer of industrial ultra-high pressure water jet systems, is exhibiting its latest water jet equipment at IMTS, Sept. 8-13 at McCormick Place.

Workhorse by AMP Holding Inc. Develops HorseFly Aerial Vehicle Designed For Package Delivery Market

Collaborated With University of Cincinnati Department of Aeronautical Engineering and Engineering Mechanics to Build Battery-Powered Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

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