Robots in the Operating Room: Healthcare Leads Hiring for Robotics Skills

During June, more than 3,400 healthcare jobs in the United States required robotics experience and skills, growing 32% year-over-year, according to WANTED Analytics™.

25th National Robot Safety Conference Set for Indianapolis

New Safety Standard is Focus of October 14-16 Event

BitFlow Neon-CLB Frame Grabber Deployed in Robomotive Humanoid Robot

3-D vision system allows for human-like capabilities in factory automation

Ultra acquires Varisys Limited

Ultra announces that it has acquired Varisys Limited ("Varisys") for an initial cash consideration of 16m. Additional payments of up to 2m will be payable subject to performance over the next two years.

Ultra awarded £16.1m contract from EDF Energy for the manufacture and support of nuclear reactor instrumentation.

Ultra Electronics has announced that its Nuclear Control Systems business in Dorset has been awarded a £16.1m contract for the supply of specialist instrumentation by EDF Energy.

Ultra awarded £14m contract extension for the integration & installation of the UK's crypto modernisation programme

Ultra Electronics announces that its Communication and Integrated Systems (CIS) business, based in Greenford, UK, has been awarded a £14m contract extension to its End Cryptographic Unit Replacement Programme (ECURP).

Ultra awarded a £32m contract for the mid-life modernisation of Indonesian Navy warship

Ultra Electronics announces that its Command & Control Systems business, based in High Wycombe, has been awarded a contract worth £32m by the Republic of Indonesia's Ministry of Defence for the mid-life modernisation of the first of the Fatahillah Class corvettes.

Icron Technologies and The Imaging Source Authenticate Vision Interoperability

The Imaging Source's Series of Compact USB 3.0 Cameras Fully Operational up to 100m with Icron's Spectra™ 3022 Extension Solution

Tier 1 Automotive Supplier Contracts Evana Automation to Supply a Multi-Station Lean Manufacturing Solution for a Lane Departure Warning System

Evana utilizes diverse technologies to specialize in motion control, robotics integration and system architecture by linking production equipment, material handling systems, data collection, networking, as well as computer software and hardware into flexible, unified technology.

New Model of KAIST's HUBO to Participate in DARPA Robotics Challenge Trials

The Humanoid Robot Research Center at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Rainbow Co., a spin-off venture company of the university, unveiled a new model of HUBO that will be entered in an international robotics competition scheduled later this year.

New LR17 Piezo LEGS Rotary Motor

The LR17 is the first motor in a series with four different sizes.

ABB JOKAB SAFETY Develops Quick-Guard Modular Safety Fencing, Configurable to a Variety of Industrial Applications

Cost-effective modular system consists of a limited number of parts, delivered partially assembled, simplifying design and installation

Congressional Robotics Caucus Will Focus on Robots and Job Creation Featuring Seegrid COO Mitchell Weiss

The theme of the Congressional Robotics Caucus is: Robots go where it's dirty, dull, or dangerous.

TRINAMIC Expands Stepper Motor Driver Line with New 4A Device

Integrating Pre-Driver and MOSFET Amplifiers, New IC Offers Lowest Power Dissipation for 4A Stepper Motors

BitFlow Karbon-CXP2 is Cost-Effective Alternative to Four-Link Frame Grabbers

Offer video acquisition speeds up to 6 Gigabits per second, and will send control commands and triggers at 20 Megabits per second

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