Kickstarter campaign : What is Flutter? Flutter is a wireless electronics development platform based on Arduino. With over half a mile of usable range, a powerful ARM processor, and integrated encryption, Flutter makes it easy for you to build projects that communicate across the house, across the neighborhood, and beyond. Whether you want to check the temperature of a beer-brewing setup, have your mailbox send you a text message when the mailman arrives, control a swarm of flying robots, or just turn on your lights with your phone, Flutter gives you the range, power, and flexibility to do it. We’re not just building circuit boards though. Our goal is simple: make it easier for engineers, makers, builders, and hackers to go farther with their projects than ever before. Even if it's their first time. We’re going to arrange and keep a set of basic electronics tutorials so getting started with Flutter is as easy as possible. Getting Connected Creating Flutter networks is easy, even if it’s just two boards. Specify networks in Arduino code or configure Flutter with our mobile app. Once configured, devices can enter and exit the network seamlessly. This makes it extremely easy to set up a network at home (or anywhere else) where all of your projects can reliably communicate. Flutter is like a second network for your devices.
IPak Machinery Adds Value and Capability to 2013 TF-350 Tray Former with Enhanced Servo-Drive Technology
New, improved servo-driven TF-350 S-Series boasts superior speed, forming consistency, tray aesthetics and flexibility in a simple, easy to maintain design; See the IPak TF-350 S-Series tray former at Pack Expo Las Vegas, September 23-25, Booth C-2014.
IntelLiDrives releases a new low profile large aperture XY stage for automated microscopy applications.
Alelo-led team will develop a robot to engage children in Chinese language learning and improve student outcomes.
XYZ robot is used to acquire time-lapsed plant growth images.
High configurable digital pressure sensors are rugged and accurate
Nissan will be ready with revolutionary commercially-viable Autonomous Drive in multiple vehicles by the year 2020 ---- Program underway in Japan to construct first dedicated, purpose-built autonomous drive proving ground ---- The goal is availability across the model range within two vehicle generations ---- Nissan already working with top universities including MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, Oxford and The University of Tokyo*; seeks to broaden collaborative research with other world-class institutions as well as start-ups ---- Nissan leveraging 80 years of technical prowess and innovation in new effort to revolutionize vehicle chassis and design for Autonomous Drive
DARPA is funding an effort to advance robot technology that can supplement or substitute for direct human activity in disaster environments.
These new servo drives are suited for a wide range of applications
Details DENSO 4-Axis SCARA and 6-Axis Articulated Robots
New dairy facility system fulfills faster picking, accuracy and reliability objectives
Available immediately are the B060A400AC and B100A400AC analog brushless servo drives providing up to 21kW and 35kW respectively.
Unmanned surface vessels (USV) still lag far behind their aerial equivalents in terms of technical capabilities, technology, and deployment. However, new threats, cost-benefit calculations, operational experiences in the past decade, and new technological developments are driving rapid growth in the market.
With more than 10 million home robots sold worldwide, iRobot offers a broad portfolio of cleaning robots that do the work for you
UAV system allows GIS professionals a cost-effective solution for aerial data
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. - BEST INITIAL WARRANTY - 3 YEARS FOR ALL NEW REGISTERED ROBOTS
Registering your Mitsubishi Electric Automation robot unlocks the full potential of Mitsubishi Electric Automation's industry-leading three year cleanroom or on-site service initial limited warranty for robots purchased on or after October 1, 2014.