Sandia to Exhibit Real-World Robotics Successes at DARPA Challenge

The challenge is focused on human-scaled robots that assist in humanitarian aid and disaster response.

IAI Demonstrates Multi-Arm Robot Control Software at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Expo

The MARCS robot prototype will be participating in multiple live demos throughout the Expo event.

Lockheed Martin Team Moves Forward In "Elite Eight" Following DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials

Lockheed Martin is one of eight teams to move forward onto the next phase of the Challenge.

Micro-Sized Vanadium Dioxide Robotic Torsional Muscle/Motor More Powerful Than Human Muscle

Able to catapult objects 50 times heavier than itself over a distance five times its length within 60 milliseconds - faster than the blink of an eye

Adept Technology Announces Preferred Primary and Secondary Food Packaging Partnership with Harpak-ULMA

Selected for their advanced technical capabilities and knowledge base, Adept's preferred food packaging partners define, configure, and deliver fully integrated solutions using Adept robots, software, and grippers to increase speed and efficiency on food processing lines.

FANUC America Named Business of the Year by Rochester Regional Chamber Of Commerce

FANUC America continues to encourage companies to equip their factories with robotics and automated solutions for manufacturing to stay competitive.

DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials Get Off to a Positive Start

Strong first-day test results and enthusiastic crowds offer encouraging look ahead for disaster-response robotics

KUKA Introduces KR AGILUS Waterproof Robots

Robots don't always have it easy. They have to do their jobs in the dust and dirt - not to mention reliably and with utmost precision. All this in tough environments such as machine tools as well, where they are challenged by major stresses like swarf, cooling lubricants, oil or water spray.

New Venture and Website Launched by Institute for Robotic Process Automation

The Institute for Robotic Process Automation (IRPA), an independent professional association for buyers, providers, analysts and influencers of robotic process automation, today announced the launch its new venture and website, www.irpanetwork.com. The network will serve as the first association of its kind, a knowledge forum and solutions center dedicated to robotic process automation.

Mondi Selects Metso's Advanced Automation Technology for Ružomberok Mill

With better process control, the mill can improve its overall performance and decrease its environmental footprint

New Online Configurators Customize Robotic MIG Gun Series for Exact Welding Applications

The configurators are quick and easy to use, producing the exact robotic gun needed for the application in a few simple steps.

The 3-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper from Robotiq Features at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials

The DARPA ROBOTICS CHALLENGE is an initiative of the US Department of Defense to develop new technologies and make new robotic breakthroughs.

DRC Trials 2013 Countdown: Anatomy of a Disaster-Response Robot

Team designs vary but incorporate similar technologies that could make robots practical and robust aides in future emergencies

Rugged, 14-port Gigabit Managed Ethernet Switch with 2 SFP Sockets from Diamond Systems

Standalone Layer 2+ Ethernet switch targets harsh environment applications

Efficiency Booster for Small Part Handling

This pneumatic valve is so small it can be integrated directly on grippers or other pneumatic actuators.

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