INTEGRATED Engineering Software Announces the Release of Version 9.2

Highlights in this version are the increase in power and speed, as well as improvements in the programs meshing and solving capabilities.

ARA's Nighthawk UAS Demonstrates Search and Rescue and Accident Reconstruction Value

The usefulness of ARA's Nighthawk IV Micro Unmanned Air System for search-and-rescue operations and accident reconstruction was recently demonstrated during a training scenario attended by the Vermont State Police and an Army Civil Support Team.

Autonomous Solutions, Inc. Receives Phase II SBIR Contract for Sensor Study

The U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) Awards ASI with Phase II SBIR contract to continue sensor and vehicle automation study.

DE-STA-CO Introduces Accelerate Collection of Lightweight Tooling for Improved Automated Stamping

Responding to customer needs for faster and more efficient automated pressroom stamping lines, DE-STA-CO introduces the Accelerate Collection of lightweight tooling. Accelerate is the world's lightest standard line of end effectors.

Quest Inspar to Accelerate Development of PipeArmor Robots

Quest Inspar, which invented the robotic application of PipeArmor™ pure polyurea linings to rehabilitate pipelines, announced today that it will accelerate development of its next generation of PipeArmor robots after completing a raise of $4.2 million investment from Five Elms Capital.

Energid Technologies Contracted to Control and Simulate a Multi-Arm Robot for Assembling Satellites

Advanced Software Selected to Enable Robotic Assembly in Orbit for the DARPA Phoenix Program

Photron's New, Highest Speed Camera System - 21,000 fps at Megapixel Resolution - FASTCAM SA-Z

Photron's powerful ultra-high speed imaging system offers superior light sensitivity and 12-bit pixel depth (analog-to-digital converters, or ADC).

MakerBot Thingiverse Announces Math Manipulative Challenge Winners

Thingiverse Helps Provide 3D Printed Math Manipulatives, One of the Most Requested Educational Tools for the Classroom

Stratasys Introduces Tough Unfilled Nylon for Additive Manufacturing

Company also introduces double-capacity canisters for three popular materials

Stunning Lexus Film Takes Flight with KMel Robotics Quadrotors Powered By OptiTrack Motion Capture Technology

Executed by CHI & Partners in collaboration with Director Sam Brown of Rogue Films and KMel Robotics, the 60-second spot utilized OptiTrack™ motion capture technology, including 35 Prime 41 cameras and Motive software, to track the flying robots.

Microchip Expands Arduino Compatible chipKIT Ecosystem with Wi-Fi® Development Board, IoT Cloud Software and Motor Control Shield

chipKIT WF32 Board Integrates Microchip's Agency-Certified Wi-Fi Module, 32-bit PIC32 MCU with Full-Speed USB, and microSD Card; Shield Supports Servo, Stepper and DC Motors

UAV Company Olaeris Chooses NC for New Headquarters

Hundreds of high tech jobs to be created with millions invested

Adept Technology Receives Order for Mobile Robots from Pharmacy Automation System Provider

Cornerstone Automation Systems, LLC (CASI), a producer of innovative material handling, packaging and manufacturing automation, has placed an order for a fleet of Adept "Lynx" mobile robots.

New Wireless Barcode Readers Now Available from Microscan

Microscan announces two new wireless handheld imagers. The HS-51 and HS-51X handhelds are ideal portable reading solutions for almost any 1D/2D symbol, with a compact and durable design to withstand multiple drops from 6 feet and featuring Bluetooth Class II technology.

Two become one: Hybrid servo cable with bus element now available

igus® Connects the power supply and the encoder cable in one easy cable solution

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