Stäubli Robotics Announces the Robot Industry's most comprehensive Load Balancing Software Package

Perfect solution to sorting, and pattern making, with variable infeed and the requirement for a stable out flow for post processes

RIO (Raspberry IO) Card

Roboteq, Inc launched a kickstarter project named RIO (for Raspberry IO) and aimed at creating an intelligent I/O card that stacks over the $35 Raspberry PI Linux Single Board computer.

Power for the PI from any DC source
RIO includes a 3A DC/DC converter that may be connected to a 10V to 40V DC supply, and generates the 5V needed by the PI and the RIO cards.

21 I/O lines to Connect Just About Anything
RIO provides a total of 8 digital outputs rated up to 1A and 30V max, which may also be used as digital inputs.

The card includes 13 inputs, each of which can be configured as a digital input, 0-5V analog input with 12-bit resolution, or as a timer input. In the timer mode, the inputs can capture pulse width, frequency, quadrature encoder counts, or duty cycle. Most of the input pins can also be configured as PWM outputs for driving RC servos, or dimmable lights.

Serial Connectivity and CAN Networking
Two serial ports are present on the card. One is fully RS232 compliant with programmable baud rate up to 115200 bits/s for connection to motor controllers, scanners, PC or any other RS232 device. The second is RS485 compatible, enabling, among other things, DMX512 connectivity to light show equipement. Optionally, a 3rd serial port uses TTL levels for direct interface to non-buffered, non-inverted USARTs as these found on most microcontrollers, like the Arduino.

A CAN bus interface is also present on the Rio card for connecting to CAN-compatible device, on a low cost twisted pair network at speeds up to 1Mbit/s.

Full Kickstarter details here.

WineHawk Labs Becomes Precision Hawk in Effort to Turn Focus to Precision Agriculture Market

Precision Hawk, an unmanned aerial systems and remote sensing company, uses re-branding as an opportunity to launch new model of UAV platform.

University of Zurich AI Lab Uses Baumer Sensors to Monitor Movement of "Roboy"

Position sensors allow humanoid robot to move and respond like a child.

RoboLabs, Inc. Develops the SmartMow, a Safe Robot Lawn Mower that Doesn't Require Perimeter Wire

SmartMow robot lawn mower uses advanced navigation, cameras, and GPS.

QinetiQ North America to Display Innovative Solutions at SOFIC 2013

QinetiQ North America delivers world-class technology and responsive solutions to government agencies and commercial customers for many of their most urgent and complex challenges.

3D Printer Kit from Cooking Hacks Launches with Hands-On Training

Open Hardware DIY Kit and Workshops for Makers Bring 3D Printing to New Public

Home-Exploring Robot Butler Discovers Objects on its Own

A robot can struggle to discover objects in its surroundings when it relies on computer vision alone. But by taking advantage of all of the information available to it - an object's location, size, shape and even whether it can be lifted - a robot can continually discover and refine its understanding of objects, say researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute.

EVA Robot Navigates Hospital on its Own

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the world's first hospital to introduce a remote-presence robot into its neurological intensive-care unit in 2005, now welcomes the RP-VITA, the first robot able to navigate the hospital on its own.

Creaform to Introduce New MetraSCAN-R Robot-Mounted 3D Scanners

The devices will be world premiered at the CONTROL tradeshow held next week in Stuttgart, Germany (Hall 5, booth #5108).

WHOI Deploys Robotic Instruments to Monitor Red Tide

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has deployed a robotic instrument that will monitor red tide offshore Maine and carry out analysis on board, so people don't have to collect samples and manually process them.

Army Gives iRobot's SUGV 'Batwings' for Added Safety

A forward-deployed cell from U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan has outfitted iRobot's 310-SUGV with a new attachment that soldiers say increases their safety from the danger of roadside bombs.

UAS Attracting Interest From New Users but Still Prompt Worries, Speakers Say

Unmanned systems are drawing increasing interest from not only police and first responders but journalists and environmentalists alike, although privacy fears must be addressed and operational rules created, according to speakers at a Tuesday conference.

HANNOVER MESSE worldwide SEES Dynamic Growth in Emerging Markets

Deutsche Messe continues expansion worldwide

Robotmaster V6 - Coming Soon Video

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