Festo Joins Sercos North America

Festo is a leading world-wide supplier of pneumatic and electrical automation technology.

FANUC Merges All of Its Operations in the Americas into a Single Corporation

The new company, headquartered in Rochester Hills, Michigan will have combined annual sales in excess of $1B and 22 locations.

AUTOMATED THREADED WHEEL GRINDING ON GEAR PRODUCTION MACHINES IS BOOSTED BY NEW CNC SOLUTION

* solution speeds threading-in times by an order of magnitude, and increases machining accuracy to DIN class 3!

New, configurable DC motors and gearheads from maxon motor

maxon motor's DCX series is being expanded with two new DC motors. The GPX 22 gearhead is now also available in a version with reduced noise level and with ceramic axes.

Penton's Aviation Week Uncovers New, Classified Unmanned Aircraft Flying at Area 51

The aircraft is currently flying at Area 51 in the Nevada desert and will become operational by 2015.

360Heros Announces Breakthrough 360 Video Camera Gear that Takes Full Sphere 12,000 by 6,000 Video and Photo Imagery using GoPro® Cameras.

Michael Kintner, CEO, inventor, founder and manufacturer of 360Heros Video Gear announces the release of the H3Pro10HD (360 video in Super HD) camera video and photo gear for production of 12,000 x 6,000 full spherical video and photos "All Around you!™".

Ransohoff Introduces the New Generation, Robotically Tended Lean-Jet RT-18 Cellular Parts Washer

Ransohoff has developed an innovative, patent pending drive system that adds an entirely new level of flexibility to this already extremely effective cellular design. While the previous generation did provide planetary part rotation at each processing station, the new design allows for each individual table to be programed to rotate a part in multiple directions, at varying speeds, or to pause and position a part for dedicated spaying or probing of critical holes or difficult to address areas.

RobotShop, "The Amazon of Robotics", Enters The Drone Market By Acquiring DiaLFonZo-Copter and Launches Lynxmotion UAV

RobotShop.com extends its reach into hobby and educational robotics by acquiring DiaLFonZo-Copter, a recognized leader in the design and production of multi-rotor UAVs.

DiamondEnvy.com Announces 15 Minute Express Deliveries by Drone to New York City

DiamondEnvy.com will add Diamond Envy Express 15 minute deliveries to New York City by unmanned aerial vehicles by the year 2015.

Ohio Conducts Airspace Study To Fly Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The study will leverage and expand the state's capabilities, particularly in improving the ability of unmanned systems to sense and avoid other aircraft in the same airspace.

MVTec Partner Meeting at Wageningen University

MVTec's distribution partner in the Netherlands, Data Vision, hosted a meeting of MVTec Certified Integration Partners (MCIP) at Wageningen UR Green Vision in October.

Seegrid Awarded Manufacturer of the Year by Pittsburgh Business Times

Seegrid has experienced a 350% year-over-year sales increase of its robotic industrial trucks.

QinetiQ North America's TALON® Robot Selected by Pakistan

TALON robots are among the most widely deployed military robots in the world, with thousands of robots in service in dozens of countries.

ABB creates the SMART Education Package to provide robotic course curriculum and hands-on training to schools

Program certifies teachers, provides course materials, and includes a robotic training cell. For high schools, colleges and technical schools.

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES ACCUDYNE AC DYNAMOMETER TESTING SYSTEM FOR WIND POWER APPLICATIONS

Handles all driveline testing requirements for active and passive components

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