Realize that the arm is but a tiny part in the long list of equipment that had to be provisioned, installed, and configured in the name of your automation project.
On the 27th of September 2016 it has been signed an important partnership agreement between A & T Robotic World (Turin) the Italian Robotic Exhibition and Automatica (Munich tradefair - Germany).
Now is a good time to be an engineer working in systems and control. These disciplines enjoyed a median income increase of more than double that of U.S. IEEE members in other fields.
PACK Expo - Marlen International to Launch Next Generation Vacuum Stuffer at PACK EXPO International
Marlen International, Inc., a recognized global manufacturer of highly engineered food processing equipment and systems, plans to launch its next generation vacuum stuffer - the OptiServ 400 - at this year's PACK EXPO International.
As A Safety Partner Of The Robotic Industries Association, Clarion Safety Systems To Participate In National Robot Safety Conference
Clarion Safety Systems will be exhibiting at the Robotic Industries Association's National Robot Safety Conference, held October 17-19 in Cincinnati, Ohio
RIA Events Next Week Focus on Safety and Collaborative Robots
The Danish robot company On Robot has just received a capital contribution worth millions of Danish kroner. The investment is for the further development of their unique collaborative gripper for cobots that are able to work alongside humans. The investment comes from an experienced team of investors with substantial knowledge of the robot environment, including The Danish Growth Fund, Enrico Krog Iversen, former CEO of the successful Danish robot company Universal Robots, as well as Thomas Visti, CEO of Mobile Industrial Robots.
Will Knight for MIT Technology Review: The big, dumb, monotonous industrial robots found in many factories could soon be quite a bit smarter, thanks to the introduction of machine-learning skills that are moving out of research labs at a fast pace. Fanuc, one of the world’s largest makers of industrial robots, announced that it will work with Nvidia, a Silicon Valley chipmaker that specializes in artificial intelligence, to add learning capabilities to its products. The deal is important because it shows how recent advances in AI are poised to overhaul the manufacturing industry. Today’s industrial bots are typically programmed to do a single job very precisely and accurately. But each time a production run changes, the robots then need to be reprogrammed from scratch, which takes time and technical expertise. Cont'd...
The Model 25SP Programmable Size 25 Accu-CoderPro™ shaft encoder is specifically designed for the challenges of an industrial environment.
Global manufacturer uses smart, collaborative Sawyer robot to improve results for customers
Toshiba Machine's BAIII Cartesian Robot Series from TM Robotics Eliminates Calibration Steps for Significant Time and Cost Savings
Toshiba Machine Adds Plug-and-Play Capabilities To Its Most Recent Actuator for Immediate Results, Improved Time to Market
It is the latest series from Mouser's highly popular Empowering Innovation Together™ educational program.
Microscan will showcase machine vision innovations, vision-guided robotics and new products from booth #1705 at The ASSEMBLY SHOW at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL October 25-27.
Introduces high performance Sawyer robot with software development kit
Mark Bergen for Bloomberg: Google published research this week detailing how its software enables robots to learn from one another. To demonstrate, the company’s scientists showed videos featuring robotic arms whirling inside its labs. Google’s robotics group built those machines and wanted to sell them to manufacturers, warehouse operators and others. However, executives at Google parent Alphabet Inc. nixed the plan because it failed Chief Executive Officer Larry Page’s "toothbrush test," a requirement that the company only ship products used daily by billions of people, according to people familiar with the situation. Cont'd...
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