Seegrid Hires Materials Handling Expert Bill Edgy to Grow US Southeast Region

One of the elements for the Seegrid growth model is the "Try before you buy program.

QinetiQ North America to Provide IT Services to the Department of Homeland Security

EAGLE II will serve as DHS's next generation IT support services contract vehicle.

Honeybee Robotics Begins Developing Flight Systems for DARPA Phoenix On-Orbit Satellite Assembly and Servicing Program

Honeybee creating novel technologies to enable robotic satellite rendezvous and docking

MakerBot Introduces MakerBot MakerWare 2.4 Release with MakerBot MultiScan Technology for the MakerBot Digitizer Desktop 3D Scanner

Create Amazing 360 Degree Digitizer Scans from Objects

Toshiba Launches a High Speed, Dual Polarity Input Photocoupler for Servo Motors and PLCs

Works with both plus and minus LED currents

ABB Robotics Expands FABTECH 2013 Exhibits to Two Booths; Welding and Cutting in North Hall, Paint in South

Six live welding and cutting demos highlighted by the introduction of the new IRB 6700 robot family; paint booth features interactive robot programming demo

PaR Systems, Inc. Successfully Completes AS9100 Rev. C Certification Surveillance Assessment

Prestigious Certification Underscores PaR System's Commitment to Quality and the Aerospace Industry

Navy 'Mine-Hunter' AUV Sets Mission Endurance Record

The fully autonomous endurance mission was designed to push the boundaries of traditional AUVs with the objective to uncover the challenges and requirements for significantly extending AUV endurance for new applications.

KUKA Robotics Corporation Heats Up Chicago at Fabtech 2013

KUKA Robotics will debut new innovative robotic technologies and live welding in booth #N-606 November 18th-21st, 2013

Automation IG Becomes RIA Certified Robot Integrator

Automation IG completed a rigorous process which includes an on-site audit and testing of key personnel among other important criteria

Space Saving Alternative to Servo Cables in Machine Tools: PUR Spindle Cable

The new Chainflex® CF270-UL-D from igus® is much thinner, ideal for supplying maximum power while staying within the confines of the machine tool.

Executive Insights Series Focuses on Mission-Critical Issues at AeroDef Manufacturing Summit and Exposition 2014

SME announces four panel discussions as part of the AeroDef Manufacturing Executive Insights Series, focused on the most critical issues in aerospace and defense manufacturing today. AeroDef Manufacturing takes place February 25 - 27, 2014, in Long Beach, Calif.

Autonomous Solutions, Inc. and Ford Motor Company Receive Hardware Innovation of the Year Award

The Automotive Testing Technology International magazine recognizes ASI and Ford Motor Company with the Hardware Innovation of the Year Award for their work with the Ford robotic durability testing program.

Spiroflow Systems' Cableflow Tubular Drag Conveyor Solution Moves Coffee for Eight O'Clock Coffee Production Expansion

Spiroflow's automated Cableflow Tubular Drag Conveyor solution delivers coffee from multiple roasters at the touch of a button. The system gently moves whole bean and ground coffee to a new high speed packaging line at a rate of 10,000 lb/hr.

Semi-Autonomous ARM Drone Can Help Monitor Radiation After Release of Nuclear Material

University of Bristol researchers have unveiled a large semi-autonomous drone called the ARM system which could be used to provide visual and thermal monitoring of radiation after a release of nuclear material.

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