Fetch Robotics Partners with SAP to Deliver Virtual Conveyor Solution for Warehouse and Logistics Industries

SAP Extended Warehouse Management Application to Integrate with Fetch and Freight Robots

NEXCOM IoT Gateway Securely Connects to the Cloud with Ease

NEXCOM's latest IoT Gateway CPS 200 facilitates data acquisition and exchange between industrial control systems and between factories to the cloud, paving the way for Industrial Internet of things (IIoT) and factory automation applications.

Flexible Tubing for Robotic Arms

Corrugated Tubing is a flexible conduit for wires or hydraulic fluids that is designed to bend and compress with the movements of today's automated machines.

A 'pick-by-robot' solution using a perception-controlled logistic robot called TORU

Designed to navigate freely and dynamically amongst a human workforce, TORU operates between regular shelves, picking a wide range of objects.

The 5 Chinese Robot Companies That Cannot be Overlooked

The robotic industry is booming in China, there are thousands of local robotic companies jump into the market, both of industrial robots and service robots.

maxon's EPOS4 Position Controller

Since its launch in 2005, more than 100,000 units are in use worldwide. To build upon this success, the Swiss drive specialist launches the EPOS4 as the next generation of positioning controllers.

Warehouse Robotics Market is Expected to Grow at a Healthy CAGR of 11.3%, by 2020

Warehouse Robots are designed specifically to cater to functions including storage, sorting, assembling and disassembling, trans-shipment, distribution, replenishment, packaging, labeling, inspection, consolidation and so on. Mobile robots such as Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) and Fixed Robots including Gantry, Articulated, and so on are incorporated at various locations in a warehouse and these functions in coordination to serve the aforesaid applications.

Mouser Electronics Partners with Marvel to Bring Super Hero Tech to Life

Mouser Innovation Lab taps veteran Mythbuster Grant Imahara to create new tech to coincide with release of Marvel's Captain America: Civil War

5 Real-Time, Ethernet-Based Fieldbuses Compared

This paper seeks to determine which standard offers the best value and has the best chance of being viable in the long term.

Low-Cost Precision Linear Stage: Compact and Smooth Running Stepper/Servo Motor Solution, by PI

High precision positioner now available for loads up to 22lbs.

Mouser Electronics Named e-Catalog Distributor of the Year by Molex for Third Consecutive Year

Mouser received the award for helping Molex achieve outstanding financial growth in Internet-based e-catalog sales, as well as attaining significant customer growth for Molex worldwide.

The US service-sector jobs at risk from a robot revolution

Sam Fleming for Financial Times:  When Andy Puzder, chief executive of restaurant chains Carl’s Jr and Hardee’s, said in March that rising employment costs could drive the spread of automation in the fast-food sector, he tapped into a growing anxiety in the US.

From touchscreen ordering systems to burger-flipping robots and self-driving trucks, automation is stalking an increasing number of professions in the country’s service sector, which employs the vast majority of the workforce.

Two-fifths of US employees are in occupations where at least half their time is spent doing activities that could be automated by adapting technology already available, according to research from the McKinsey Global Institute. These include the three biggest occupations in the country: retail salespeople, store cashiers and workers preparing and serving food, collectively totalling well over 10m people.

Yet evidence of human obsolescence is conspicuous by its absence in the US’s economic statistics. The country is in the midst of its longest private-sector hiring spree on record, adding 14.4m jobs over 73 straight months, and productivity grew only 1.4 per cent a year from 2007 to 2014, compared with 2.2 per cent from 1953 to 2007. Those three big occupations all grew 1-3 per cent from 2014 to 2015.  Cont'd...

Panasonic Announces Winners of 25th Annual Creative Design Challenge Robotics Competition Finals

Initiative Underlines Importance of STEM Education

Khronos Releases OpenVX 1.1 Specification for High Performance, Low Power Computer Vision Acceleration

Expanded range of processing functions; Enhanced flexibility for data access and processing; Full conformance tests available; Safety Critical specification in development

Mikrotron Presents Advanced Machine Vision Cameras

Mikrotron showcases its new family of high-resolution high-speed CoaXPress® cameras at the Boston Vision Show 2016: EoSens® 25CXP+ and EoSens® 12CXP+

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Robotic Tool Changers Increase Productivity and Reduce Cost

Robotic Tool Changers Increase Productivity and Reduce Cost

The ATI Robotic Tool Changer provides the flexibility to automatically change end-effectors or other peripheral tooling. These tool changers are designed to function reliably for millions of cycles at rated load while maintaining extremely high repeatability. For this reason, the ATI Tool Changer has become the number-one tool changer of choice around the world. ATI Tool Changer models cover a wide range of applications, from very small payloads to heavy payload applications requiring significantly large moment capacity.