Results of the photo competition celebrating the TraceParts platform's 15th birthday

To coincide with the 15th birthday of its platform, TraceParts challenged its users to take part in a competition

Innovative Flexible Automation Drives Rapid Growth

A manufacturing cell can reduce part transportation because the close proximity of the cell's resources makes part transportation almost non-existent.

Boeing Opens Collaborative Autonomous Systems Laboratory in Missouri

Researchers will develop and validate systems that enable teamwork between autonomous vehicles

Toyota's U.S. Robotics Boss Promises Results Within 5 Years

Yuri Kageyama for News Factor:  The U.S. robotics expert tapped to head Toyota's Silicon Valley research company says the $1 billion investment by the giant Japanese automaker will start showing results within five years. Gill Pratt [pictured above] told reporters that the Toyota Research Institute is also looking ahead into the distant future when there will be cars that anyone, including children and the elderly, can ride in on their own, as well as robots that help out in homes. Pratt, a former program manager at the U.S. military's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, joined Toyota Motor Corp. first as a technical adviser when it set up its artificial intelligence research effort at Stanford University and MIT. He said safety features will be the first types of AI applications to appear in Toyota vehicles. Such features are already offered on some models now being sold, such as sensors that help cars brake or warn drivers before a possible crash, and cars that drive themselves automatically into parking spaces or on certain roads. "I expect something to come out during those five years," Pratt told reporters recently at Toyota's Tokyo office of the timeframe seen for the investment.   Cont'd...

Aerial Imaging Market Size worth USD 2.65 Billion by 2022: Global Market Insights, Inc.

"Aerial Imaging Market Size By Application (Government, Agriculture & Forestry, Civil Engineering, Military & Defense, Energy, Insurance, Commercial), Industry Outlook Report, Regional Analysis, Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2015 - 2022"

Arbe Robotics Wins TechCrunch Tel Aviv Meetup and Pitch-Off With Its Drone Collision Avoidance Technology

TechCrunch Tel Aviv Meetup and Pitch-Off marks the first public unveiling of Arbe Robotics' radar and operating system for drone collision avoidance. With this win, Arbe Robotics is officially proclaimed as one of the top innovators in the drone industry

RE2 Robotics and Endeavor Robotics Integrate IOP-Compliant, Advanced Manipulators onto a Widely-fielded Less than 20-lb. Robotic System

The Interoperability Profile (IOP) standard was developed to dramatically reduce the integration effort required when introducing new capabilities, payloads, and sensors to robot systems.

High precision is the key to the future of robotics

With the UK's first robotics week taking place in June 2016, Graham Mackrell, managing director of Harmonic Drive UK, looks at how high precision gears will be as vital for the advancement of the robotics sector.

Property Drone Consortium Announces UAS Research Initiative with RIT

The program will assess the usefulness of various Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and a variety of sensors for up close property inspection.

Transcend Robotics and Oak Ridge National Laboratory Partner to Advance Robotic Mobility

Cooperative Agreement Focuses on Developing Robotic Mobility Technology at Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Manufacturing Demonstration Facility

The ABC of RPA, Part 3: What Steps Should I Take in Order to Start the Robotics Journey?

Identifying the departments with the biggest backlog, the most amount of overtime or the area that receives the highest number of complaints is a straight forward way to prioritize which areas of the organization to automate.

Why the Future of Robotics Lies in the Code

While the exterior mechanics of a robot may be fascinating, it is their programming and software that has the most utility for future workforces.

Artificial Intelligence Produces Realistic Sounds That Fool Humans

From MIT News:   Video-trained system from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab could help robots understand how objects interact with the world.  Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have demonstrated an algorithm that has effectively learned how to predict sound: When shown a silent video clip of an object being hit, the algorithm can produce a sound for the hit that is realistic enough to fool human viewers. This “Turing Test for sound” represents much more than just a clever computer trick: Researchers envision future versions of similar algorithms being used to automatically produce sound effects for movies and TV shows, as well as to help robots better understand objects’ properties... (full article) (full paper)  

Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ Technology Now Available for Preorder

Typhoon H with Intel RealSense Technology Improves Safety, Allows More Creative Options with Intelligent Obstacle Navigation

New FAA Drone Rules Reject Federal Preemption of State and Local Drone Laws

The FAA in crafting their rules recognized the important role State and local officials play in protecting their communities.

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