Geisinger Health System Purchases Mazor Robotics' Renaissance System

Renaissance is Mazor Robotics' surgical guidance system for spine procedures, the only robotic technology specifically for spine surgery currently available in the marketplace.

Dean Kamen Encourages More Than 25,000 Students Around The World to RING IT UP!SM For The 2012-2013 FIRST ® Tech Challenge Game

FTC launches a new robotics season game that challenges students to think like engineers and scientists

Jenoptik Shows its Laser Machine for 3Dimensional Metal Cutting at IMTS 2012

JENOPTIK-VOTAN® BIM - maneuverable, precise and fast.

GstarCAD MC Free Edition is Available Now

Recently, GstarCAD announced that GstarCAD MC free edition can be downloaded from App Store for users to experience the free mobile CAD software.

GstarCAD: the CAD Leader in Mobile Times

GstarCAD launched GstarCAD MC, which is CAD software for mobile clients. It can be used for mobile terminals such as iPhone, ipad and android platforms.

Tovbot Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Shimi Robotic Musical Companion

Shimi, the dancing robot and speaker system, debuts on Kickstarter today

QUAN: Medical Market 'Only the Beginning' for Robotic Exoskeletons

"The medical market is only the beginning for bionic exoskeletons,"

CHEP Selects Universal Robotics to Provide Innovative Pallet Inspection System

By identifying pallet defects accurately and reliably, SVI is expected to reduce scrap and raw materials, while improving the consistency of overall pallet quality for CHEP customers.

Adept Technology Appoints Cornerstone Technical Group as Distributor in Southeastern United States

CTG is responsible for developing sales of Adept's industrial robotic solutions, including popular Quattro™ parallel robots, Cobra™4-axis robots, Viper™ six-axis robots and Python™ linear modules.

Deutsche Messe AG and AMT - The Association of Manufacturing Technology Renew Partnership for Industrial Automation North America 2014

The partnership to launch Industrial Automation North America 2012, Deutsche Messe's first industrial automation event in the North American market, was established by Deutsche Messe and AMT in 2010.

A nose is a nose, or is it?

An electronic nose has a gas-sensor array sampling system and a signal processor coupled to a recognition system, where the sampling system moves vapor laden air into the sensor array. It could even work similar to a passive smoke detector.

Galil DMC-4080 Helps Guide Remote Controlled Vehicle Used in Hyper-Realistic Military Training

STOPS engineers found the native Galil programming language easy-to-use, which helped enable them to incorporate several safety routines into the operating system. For example, whenever the controller does not receive a data stream, it goes into a fail-safe routine that brings the vehicle to a stop.

AeroVironment Receives $16.5 Million of Funding from U.S. Army for RQ-11B Raven Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems with Miniature Gimbaled Payload

Total projected value of contract action is $65.9 million; $32.3 million in funding for orders received to date----- Payload integrates an electro-optical and infrared video sensor for improved tracking capabilities----- Modular payload compatible with existing Raven® systems

QUAN: Houston Researcher Nears Major Robotic Breakthrough

Prof. Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal is leading a team of engineers at the University of Houston that are close to a new breakthrough that could allow disabled people to use the exoskeleton using only brainwaves.

PTC Exclusive CAD and Collaboration Sponsor of FIRST ® Tech Challenge Competition

Provider of Product Design Software Sponsors 30 High Schools for Annual STEM Robotic Competition

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