Seattle Companies Battle To Create Most Innovative Robot In The LEGO® MINDSTORMS® "Build for Good" Competition

But the real innovation could be coming from the builders of tomorrow - 64% of parents who ask their children for advice are turning to them for tech-related support - according to a national survey

The Vision Show and Conference to be held in Boston, April 15-17, 2014

North America's largest vision and imaging trade show and conference

Gumstix Announces AeroCore Micro Aerial Vehicle Control System

Small, lightweight Gumstix systems have been the top choice of MAV enthusiasts, robotics educators and enterprise users at universities and companies around the world since 2004.

Rethink Robotics Expands Executive Team

New Hires Bring Software Expertise to Collaborative Robotics Leader

New Approaches to Robot-Based Automation Alongside Industrial Robots

Augsburg-based robot and system builder KUKA is focusing on human-robot collaboration, i.e. safe cooperation between humans and robots, at AUTOMATICA 2014 in June. At the press conference in April, the company presented the road to the future in automation.

All Programmable Embedded Solutions for Machine Vision Applications to be Demonstrated at AIA Vision Show 2014

Xilinx, Inc. and its Alliance Program Members, Silicon Software and Sensor to Image, will demonstrate All Programmable embedded solutions for machine vision applications at the AIA Vision Show 2014.

Robots4Autism Extends Name Our Robot Contest

Overwhelming Response of Names Suggested for RoboKind Robot Used in Autism Intervention

Sandler Law Launches Drone Law Practice Group

The firm delivers comprehensive legal services to designers, manufacturers, and operators of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Student Creates a Top 10 App for the Pebble Smart Watch

Developer of the popular fitness application is also part of a WPI research team working on a smartwatch application that will improve care for patients with severe diabetes.

Kessler Foundation Purchases Second Robotic Exoskeleton from Ekso Bionics

Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc., a robotic exoskeleton company, announced today that Kessler Foundation, a global leader in rehabilitation research, has purchased a second exoskeleton, the Ekso GT, to be used in a new study examining the effectiveness of wearable robots for neuro-rehabilitation and gait training.

CeMAT 2014: Seegrid Offers Try Before You Buy Program

European manufacturers and distributors will find an affordable automation solution to streamline processes while remaining efficient and productive with Seegrid, maker of automated guided vehicles (AGVs). Dori Kozak, Seegrid Marketing Manager discussed the past challenges and future opportunities for European manufacturers and distributors.

Mitsubishi Electric Automation Opens Certified Training Center in Norwood, Mass. for Automation Customers in the Northeast U.S.

Those interested in training at the new facility at Gibson Engineering are invited to view the training calendar at www.meau.com for available classes and dates.

DARPA Tactical Technology Office (TTO) Invites Innovative Risk-Takers to Attend 2014 Office-Wide Proposers' Day

Two-day event encourages proposals designed to move military technology and capabilities far beyond the state of the art

Adept Technology Names John Villadsen Vice President of Global Operations

"John Villadsen comes to Adept with more than 20 years of experience managing companies' operations, establishing global supply chains, and implementing lean practices worldwide"

VISION links system providers and end users

Première of presentation forum for industry-specific machine vision solutions with comprehensive B2B matchmaking offer

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