Ekso's Advancement Allows Stroke Patients To Relearn Proper Gait Patterns and Weight Shifts
Three key technologies, identified in the pre-budget statement by The Chancellor of the Exchequer as part of the government's 'eight great technologies' to drive UK growth, are to receive an 85 million investment for capital equipment.
Forum a Key Event in RIA's 40th Anniversary Year
Design is first to include three key properties needed for military applications
Minnesota has emerged as one of the key areas on a list of emerging centers for growth in the robotics industry.
This new BAA funding will be used to transform analyst workflows and enable more efficient extraction of relevant information from full motion video (FMV) feeds.
Nearly 100 new makers to exhibit at The Henry Ford for this year's event.
MIL-STD, COTS communications platform brings new level of SWaP performance to Ground Force, Avionic and Autonomous Vehicle applications.
Festo Demonstrates an Automated Gripping System That Uses Artificial Intelligence to Teach Itself How to Manipulate Different Shaped Objects
This research points the way toward robots and automated machines and processes that cost less to program and deliver higher flexibility.
During June, more than 3,400 healthcare jobs in the United States required robotics experience and skills, growing 32% year-over-year, according to WANTED Analyticsâ„˘.
New Safety Standard is Focus of October 14-16 Event
3-D vision system allows for human-like capabilities in factory automation
Ultra announces that it has acquired Varisys Limited ("Varisys") for an initial cash consideration of 16m. Additional payments of up to 2m will be payable subject to performance over the next two years.
Ultra awarded Â£16.1m contract from EDF Energy for the manufacture and support of nuclear reactor instrumentation.
Ultra Electronics has announced that its Nuclear Control Systems business in Dorset has been awarded a Â£16.1m contract for the supply of specialist instrumentation by EDF Energy.
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