3D Explosion Drives Need for Education; Image Processing Lectures Series Exceeds 100,000 Downloads

Universal Robotics, Nashville, TN - As the demand for 3D computer vision expertise expands, education about digital image processing and related topics remains critically important, driving a popular lecture series to over 100,000 downloads.

Liteye Aquila and Blighter radar combined to target VIP protection market

•Combination of the Blighter B202 Mk 2 portable ground surveillance radar and Liteye's Aquila PTZ thermal surveillance system provides a virtual fortress around VIPs

QUAN to Attend World's Largest Robotics Expo

The week-long fair is expected to attract over 1,600 exhibitors

FSR®-The Most Versatile Force Sensor Technology Set to Inspire the Next-Generation of Product Innovators

Interlink Electronics`FSR® 402 implemented in littleBits Pressure Sensor Module

IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Introduces High Current Optically Isolated AC Power Relay with Zero-Cross Circuitry and Highest Isolation Voltage Rating

The CPC1966B AC Power Switch is ideal for saving energy in power systems for Industrial, IT, Consumer and Medical Products

Palm Sized Robot Dragonfly Up On Kickstarter-like Indiegogo

TechJect, a company formed from Georgia Tech's Robotics & Intelligent Machines Lab is looking for crowd funding of their robot dragon fly. They are looking for $110,000 and are currently at $73,000 with 54 days left so there is a good chance they will reach their goal. They are offering several different models of the dragonfly. The most basic $100 dollar model is sold out but you Delta Dragonfly for a $179 dollar donation or for $250 you can get one with WiFi and a camera. Check out their video below and their Indiegogo page for all the donation and models available.

NASA, NIA ANNOUNCE 2013 RASC-AL ROBO-OPS COMPETITION

NASA and the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) announce the 2013 RASC-AL (Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts-Academic Linkage) Exploration Robo-Ops competition. As NASA continues to explore the solar system, robots are increasingly needed to work in tandem with humans.

Microscan Presents Webinar on ID and Inspection in Packaging

Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision and lighting solutions, announces that it will host an educational webinar titled "ID and Inspection from Can to Carton" - an exploration of the role of barcode (or auto ID) and machine vision technology in food and beverage packaging.

SkyIMD to Supply ISR Systems to U.S. Southern Command

SkyIMD, the innovators in aerial imaging and ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) solutions, announces that it has been selected to supply two SkyFusion Pak systems by the U.S. Southern Command (USSOUTHCOMM).

Night or Day, Rain or Shine: DARPA Seeks Multi-Band, Portable Sensor to Provide Clear Imagery to Warfighters

Clip-on or helmet-mounted camera system would fuse useful aspects of visible, near infrared, and infrared images into a single shot under all weather and visibility conditions

Hyson Products Partners with Komatsu to Introduce New Servo Press Cushion

The introduction will be made at FabTech on November 12th to November 14th, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Robotic pruning for grapes, apples to be developed

The apple and grape industries have an economic impact of about $5.5 billion annually, according to USDA statistics.

Northrop Grumman Maximizes Robotics and Automation to Reduce F-35 Center Fuselage Program Costs

Northrop Grumman's Palmdale site is a world-class facility that provides assembly, integration, testing and long-term maintenance capabilities for the F-35 and some of the world's other most advanced aircraft, including the B-2 Spirit and RQ-4 Global Hawk.

Trimble Launches Robotic Total Station for the Construction Industry

The new Trimble RTS873 Robotic Total Station allows building construction contractors the ability to more easily collect and layout field points using robotic interaction.

Wired Editor Chris Anderson Leaves To Run 3D Robotics/DIY Drones

From Venture Beat:

Wired editor Chris Anderson is leaving the magazine after 11 years as its editor-in-chief to run a robotics company he founded, 3D Robotics.

Anderson made the announcement at an all-hands meeting for Wired staffers in San Francisco friday.
3D Robotics has a Facebook page, Twitter account, and domain name (3drobotics.com), but currently no website. Currently, that URL redirects to DIY Drones, another company Anderson founded, which sells kits and parts for people making their own unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) — robotic aircraft, essentially. It appears that 3D Robotics is an outgrowth of that company. (cont'd)

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