Agile Planet Changes Name to Yaskawa Innovation

"The name change is intended to better communicate the value that Agile Planet brings as part of the larger Yaskawa family and the purpose behind the organization"

AUVSI 2014: Mangum Defines Critical Role of Unmanned Systems for Soldier

The Army is also working on developing a universal terminal for its unmanned systems, something that could save the service costs down the road while also streamlining the use of its various systems

Hollywood Comes to Detroit for SME's RAPID 2014

3D Printing and Scanning Movie Expert Headlines Keynote Lineup

AUVSI 2014 - Quadrant EPP Showcases Innovations in Plastics, Polymers and Composites for Unmanned Vehicles

Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products (EPP), the global leading manufacturer of machinable plastics and composites, visits the AUVSI 2014 unmanned vehicle trade show on May 13-15, 2014. Quadrant will be showcasing the latest innovations in composites, thermoplastics and polymers used in the design and fabrication of unmanned vehicle systems (UV's).

AUVSI 2014 - Velodyne to Showcase Industry-Leading LiDAR Sensors at AUVSI Unmanned Systems in Orlando

Industry Pioneer to Host Demos from UAV Solution Providers Phoenix Aerial Systems and LiDAR USA

AUVSI 2014 - Silent Falcon Unveils UAS Photogrammetric Sensor Package at AUVSI Conference

The Silent Falcon photogrammetric package is designed to collect mapping-quality image data on long-endurance, extended-range UAS missions.

AUVSI 2014 - Trust Automation Announces Agile Energy Management System

Equipped with Energy Management Technology™, the new battery systems are configurable, intelligent, adaptable, and quick to market.

AUVSI 2014 - Aegis Electronic Group, Inc. Brings Camera Technology to Meet the Demanding Applications of Drone Technology to AUVSI

Aegis Electronic Group, Inc is proud to join forces with highest quality camera manufacturers bringing their specialities to designers of UAV, UGV, Unmanned Surface and Unmanned Underwater Vehicles. If you are looking for the latest information on Block Cameras, Infrared, Thermal Imaging and more read on...

UMD Alumni Hatch Sub-$300 Consumer 3D Printer, Raise $3.3 Million on Kickstarter

The Micro raced past its $50,000 goal in just 11 minutes and hit the $1 million mark in 25 hours, faster than the Pebble watch, which took 28 hours.

BarrettHand Gets Patented Palm-Mounted Vision

By putting sensors in the palm, the resolution scales nicely with distance.

AUTOMATICA 2014: KUKA to Demonstrate LBR iiwa Lightweight Robot

The future of automation will be based on direct cooperation between humans and robots. At AUTOMATICA, the flagship trade fair in Munich for robotics and automation, KUKA is opening up a new chapter in human-robot collaboration with the sensitive LBR iiwa lightweight robot.

New Compact 6-Axis Robots from Epson

Epson Robots, a global leader in advanced robotic technology, introduces the new Epson C4 and C4L Compact 6-Axis Robots. With faster speeds and more payload capability while keeping the SlimLine design, Epson C4 and C4L robots provide superior performance for even the most demanding and complex applications.

Festo Offers Faster Packaging Handling Systems with Robotics Controller

Festo provides suitable handling systems with a high dynamic response and at low cost. Festo handling systems are genuine alternatives to complex and heavy robot systems.

Energy-efficient machine automation up to the multi-megawatt class

IndraDrive CL/ML from Rexroth for 110 kW up to 4 MW

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Introduces All-in-One Variable Frequency Drive

A800 Series inverter delivers outstanding performance in any environment

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