Evana Automation Ships Custom, 24-Station Assembly and Test System to a Leading Tier 1 Auto Supplier

Evana's lean, semi-automated solution incorporates quality and flexibility into the production of two different power transfer units

Adept Technology Appoints Managing Director for Europe

Dr. Klaus Kluger has been named the company's Managing Director for Europe. Dr. Kluger began his position July 1, 2014.

LORD MicroStrain Wins Sensors Expo Innovation Award for 3DM-GX4-25 Inertial Sensor

This marks the eighth straight year (and 13 of the last 14) that LORD MicroStrain has won a Best of Sensors Expo Award.

AutonomouStuff Provides Demonstration at Automated Vehicles Symposium

AutonomouStuff and Harbrick debut PolySync™, the Autonomy Operating System, at the Automated Vehicles Symposium

RobotShop Works with Project Lead The Way (PLTW) to Provide New FlowArm PLTW Software to Schools with Lynxmotion Robotic Arms

RobotShop, the parent company of Lynxmotion, reinforces its commitment to education and PLTW by providing a free license of the new FlowArm PLTW to all schools which already own a Lynxmotion robotic arm.

Zecotek Display Systems and LT-PYRKAL Testing Proprietary High-Performance Material 3D Printer

Zecotek and LT-Pyrkal previously announced a partnership in February 2014.

The latest version of NAO, NAO EVOLUTION in the line up for the RoboCup: the Robots' version of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil

The Robots' version of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDES VALVE SPRING TESTER TO SAIC MOTOR CORPORATION LIMITED

Innovative unit designed for valve train development and testing

Siemens Hosts Free Expert Webcast on Industry Automation Support Tools

Siemens Industry Services announced today its webcast, "Maximize Operations with Innovative Support Tools," on Thursday, July 24 at 1 p.m. EST.

Advantech Introduces SUSIAccess 3.0 for Remote Management of Devices

Advantech, a global leader in the embedded system market, is happy to announce its latest SUSIAccess 3.0 management software services with significant function enhance ents, including web-based structure , seamless SW/HW monitoring, and user-friendly map-view interface.

Wrist-Mounted Robot Enhances Grasping Motion of the Human Hand

Twisting a screwdriver, removing a bottle cap, and peeling a banana are just a few simple tasks that are tricky to pull off single-handedly. Now a new wrist-mounted robot can provide a helping hand - or rather, fingers.

Carnegie Mellon Performs Large-Scale 3D Motion Reconstruction by Combining Views of 480 Video Cameras

Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed techniques for combining the views of 480 video cameras mounted in a two-story geodesic dome to perform large-scale 3D motion reconstruction, including volleyball games, the swirl of air currents and even a cascade of confetti.

Solidoodle Lowers Price of All 3D Printers by $100 to $300; Upgrades Previous Generation Models

Brooklyn-based Solidoodle permanently reduces prices on current 3D printer models and upgrades previous 2nd Generation and 3rd Generation printers with new all-metal extruder.

IMTS 2014 - Midwest Engineering Systems Exhibiting at IMTS with KUKA Robotics

Midwest Engineering Systems an official KUKA Robotics System Partner will be featured in the Kuka Robotics Corporation booth and display new automation technology.

VDK6000 Robotic Cell for Metal 3D Printing and Metal Part Refurbishing

Flexible Robotics Environment, (FRE) announces the creation of VDK6000 robotic metal 3D printing and repair work cell that automates refurbishing, rebuilding and/or creation of metal components utilizing subtractive and additive technology.

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