The Universal Robots handle packaging and palletizing in any company searching for user-friendly, affordable automation solutions. At Pack Expo, the Danish robot manufacturer will showcase how the robot arms use advanced force control to handle even the most fragile and delicate items.
DENSO Robotics and the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management of the Technical University of Munich (IWB) invites you to "The Economic Potential of industrial robots - Challenges for use in Small and Medium-Sized Companies" event on 16 October 2013 in Garching near Munich.
High Demand for Industrial Robots is Continuing
ABB Robotics Pack Expo 2013 exhibit highlights new 8 kg IRB 360 FlexPicker and comprehensive Palletizing portfolio
New FlexPicker model expands high speed picking and packing of industry leading Delta robot to heavier items and larger product groupings
ADEPT TECHNOLOGY DELIVERS ROBOTIC-AUTOMATION PRODUCTS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY FOOD PACKAGING APPLICATIONS
Systems Help Food and Beverage Companies Meet New Government Safety and Sanitation Mandates, Lower Labor Costs and Future-Proof Packaging Lines
Adept Preferred Partners Deliver Innovative, Fully Integrated Primary Packaging Solutions for Protein, Produce, and Confectionary Sectors
Featured displays will include integrated warrior systems, gunfire detection solutions, armor protection systems, military robots, man-portable power solutions and a suite of sensors and imagers to support the warfighter in any environment.
For Immediate Release: (September, 2013 - Novi, MI) - Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. introduces a new series of small robots with the debut of the ultra high-speed MZ07 Series Robots.
Rethink Robotics Launches Baxter Research Robot in Europe as Demand Surges Among U.S. Universities and Corporate Research Labs
The Baxter Research Robot has been adopted at many of the leading engineering schools across the U.S.
Robotic Solution Installs Twice as Fast and with Less than Half the Labor
Too busy to vacuum your living room? Let Roomba the robot do it. Don't want to risk a soldier's life to disable an explosive? Let a robot do it.
Demonstrations to the community will be scheduled for spring of 2014.
IEEE Spectrum: There's been some terrible, terrible flooding going on in Colorado. Rain is still falling, making it difficult (or impossible) for airplanes and helicopters to get in and out of the area. Drones can fly, though, and while they're not able to pick up people or drop off supplies, they are able to make damage assessment maps to help relief agencies coordinate their efforts. Or at least, they were, until the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) showed up and grounded them... cont'd
Bringing the Most Diverse Collection of Technologies and Companies Together, the WBT Innovation Marketplace Returns to San Diego
Believed to be the first use in the United States of a self-guiding ground vehicle for airport security, the vehicle creates and compares high-resolution images and scanner data to detect airport incursions, wildlife, and damage to fences and airport grounds, and then alerts human security patrols of potential problems.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
Robolink: Articulated joint modules for robots. igus® now offers a lightweight, maintenance- and corrosion-free range of robot joints for humanoid systems or other automated applications. The carbon-fiber plastic joints can rotate and oscillate freely via four wire ropes. No more expensive milling, cutting or DIY systems. Moving mass is reduced to a minimum. The actuators (engines, pneumatics and hydraulics) and the control module (DP, PC) are kept separate. Contact igus® for more information and free samples.