BitFlow Executive to Speak at Vision Expert Day 2013

"Future Proofing Frame Grabbers"

Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. Has Relocated to a New and Much Larger Facility

Nachi Robotic Systems Inc. has relocated to a new 65,000 square foot facility to meet the growing demand for robotic products and services.

Intelligrated appoints Rod Selby as director, Asia Pacific business development

Distribution and logistics expert responsible for market penetration in target region

Adams Manufacturing Expands Custom Injection Molding Capability

Custom-Built, Cincinnati Milacron 2600-Ton Maxima Servo Press to Bolster Adams' Large Tonnage Proficiency

Arcturus UAV and WGS Systems Integrate Europa-S SIGINT System on T-20 UAS

The unique aspects of the system are wide signal intercept frequency range, small operational footprint on the ground (1 or 2 full size pick-up trucks,) quiet operation (the T-20 utilizes a modified 4-stroke engine,) and the ability to interface with other payloads on the T-20, such as EO/IR and SAR.

Frost & Sullivan Recognizes MIRTEC as 2013 North American Company of the Year

The company has demonstrated an unrivaled ability to understand the complexity of electronics assembly as well as key customer needs

Tier 1 Automotive Supplier Selects Evana Automation to Supply Custom Automated Assembly System by February 2014

Efficient assembly, testing of ABS brake control modules at core of new system

Boston Engineering Corporation Opens an Office in the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Center (ATMC) of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Fall River, MA

Boston Engineering's Advanced Systems Group will incubate its emerging marine technologies in this new location

Animal Mechanics to Control Mutually Opposing Forces Inspire Improved Control Systems for Small Robots

A quirk of nature has long baffled biologists: Why do animals push in directions that don't point toward their goal, such as the side-to-side sashaying of a running lizard or cockroach? An engineer building a robot would likely avoid these movements because they seem wasteful. So why do animals behave this way?

MTSI Announces Expansion of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) services into the Commercial UAS Marketplace

MTSI's in-depth understanding of the policy, regulatory, and technical aspects of the UAS industry will enable it to be a first-choice provider in the Commercial UAS marketplace, as it has been for over a decade in the Government UAS sector

CyPhy Works Raises $7 Million to Build Flying Robots for the World's Biggest Industries

Leading UAV platform company targets 24/7 "persistent" operations

New Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines Launched at Georgia Tech

The Georgia Institute of Technology has announced the launch of its Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM), the newest of Georgia Tech's ten Interdisciplinary Research Institutes (IRIs). IRIM brings together robotics researchers from across campus-spanning colleges, departments and individual labs-to support and connect research initiatives, enhance educational programs and foster advances for the National Robotics Initiative (NRI), first announced by President Obama in 2011, and officially established in 2012.

AeroVironment Awarded $2.3 Million DARPA Concept Definition Contract for TERN Medium Altitude Long Endurance Unmanned Aircraft System Program

Three-phase development program aims to produce a low-cost, large-scale prototype vehicle

Nordson ASYMTEK Introduces New Spectrum II S2-900 Series High Speed, High Accuracy, Precision Dispensing System

New system leads the pack with three-axis precision fluid dispensing in cutting-edge semiconductor and microelectronics assembly at Productronica Stand A2-339

Nordson YESTECH to Demonstrate Automated In-line PCB Inspection at Productronica

November 12 - 15, 2013 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany

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