EPFL Develops Cheetah-Cub Robot

Small,light and fast

Unmanned Aircraft Run the Gamut in Paris

Small to Large, Ready to Theoretical

Ocean Server Technology, SeeByte Perform Rapid Environmental Assessment

The assessment exercise was performed to show improvements in sonar and magnetic sensor data collection and in-stride and post-mission data analysis methods.

Ellison Technologies Automation Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

Now the largest FANUC Robotics material handling integrator in North America.

Faster, More Precise Airstrikes Within Reach

Persistent Close Air Support (PCAS) program aims to improve air-to-ground fire coordination, but could revolutionize military tech development and deployment as well

ABB increases top payload of IRB 1600 from 8 kg to 10 kg, delivering superior performance to heavier part applications

The upgrade allows the robot to handle larger parts and end-arm-tools, with up to 50% better cycle times than comparable competitor models

AV&R BECOMES THE WORLD'S LARGEST ENGINEERING FIRM SPECIALIZING IN ROBOTICS FOR THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

he new AV&R group comprises today of more than 120 employees, including 80 engineering graduates, in its offices in the Old-Montreal and in Saint-Bruno.

ABB names Ulrich Spiesshofer as CEO

Head of Discrete Automation and Motion division to succeed Joe Hogan on September 15

Robots Of The Chernobyl Disaster

IO9 has photos taken from an open air museum in the Ukraine that holds a bunch of robots used in the clean up of the Chernobyl disaster (1986).

If you really want something heavy for Monday's breakfast---below is a documentary about the Russian soldiers, known as "biorobots", that sealed the reactor manually for the most part.

Microscan's HS-41X Handheld DPM Imager Wins 2013 Ringier Technology Innovation Award

Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision and lighting solutions, announces that its HS-41X Handheld DPM Imager has won a 2013 Ringier Technology Innovation Award in the Pumps & Valves Industry category.

Where Has All the Training Gone?

While the CSS program is clearly a success, the company still would prefer to focus solely on manufacturing. They created the program to fill a void, and it means they will be able to promote from within their own ranks, but CSS would prefer not to take the place of educational institutions.

Online Robotics Certificate Program

The program is offered in an asynchronous format, which means you can study any time, any place. We also offer a "pay as you go" tuition option where students pay for each course as they complete it.

Robot Programming for the Future

Dynamic interaction with a robot programming software has never been easier but it did come at a cost. Our entire simulation framework had to be designed from ground up to allow for instantaneous interaction.

Muscle Bound Robot

Carbon nanotubes hold great promise for more efficient robotic muscles as well prosthetics. There are many other technologies that will benefit from carbon nanotubes, including nanotechnology, electronics, optics, and architecture because of their exceptional electrical properties, astonishing strength and effectiveness in heat conduction.

Can Robots Work Alongside Humans Safely?

The same technology that has provided value for warfighters can be brought into the commercial world to provide safety and efficiency for forklifts, golfcarts, lawnmowers and porters to carry your luggage in resorts and shopping carts that can follow or lead you in retail stores.

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