Microscan to Showcase Advanced Auto ID and Machine Vision Technologies at IAS 2012

Microscan, a global leader in barcode, vision, and lighting technologies, will demonstrate its track, trace and control solutions for the automation industry in Booth W1C018 in Hall 1 at the Industrial Automation Show 2012 (IAS 2012) trade show November 6-10, 2012.

New DARPA's Pet-Proto Video

In this video, the Pet-Proto, a predecessor to DARPA's Atlas robot, is confronted with obstacles similar to those robots might face in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC). To maneuver over and around the obstacles, the robot exercises capabilities including autonomous decision-making, dismounted mobility and dexterity. The DARPA Robotics Challenge will test these and other capabilities in a series of tasks that will simulate conditions in a dangerous, degraded, human-engineered environment. Teams participating in Tracks B and C of the DRC will compete for access to a modified version of the Atlas robot for use in the 2013 and 2014 live disaster-response challenge events.

ROBOTMASTER powers new robotic solutions for manufacturing at IMTS 2012

The bi-annual International Manufacturing Technology Show, IMTS 2012, closed its record breaking event at Chicago's McCormick Place on September 15, having hosted 100,200 participants from 119 countries.

Advantech Wireless Releases New Family of Weather-Proof DVB-RCS Terminals

Advantech Wireless is pleased to announce the release of a new line of weather-proof DVB-RCS remote terminals. The first two terminals available are the S4920 DVB-RCS SCADA VSAT Terminal and the S5920 Ruggedized DVB-RCS VSAT Terminal. Both terminals are built to withstand the harsh environments encountered in outdoor applications.

TORC leads Team ViGIR in the DARPA Robotics Challenge

Advanced humanoid robotics software for disaster relief

VideoScout provides a unique situational awareness capability for U.S. Marines and Navy personnel around the world

Military Robotics 2012 will bring together a line-up of key military and academic industry professionals to discuss the latest developments taking place within the military robotic arena.

L-3 Awarded $85 Million Contract for VideoScout®

VideoScout provides a unique situational awareness capability for U.S. Marines and Navy personnel around the world.

Molex Showcases Temp-Flex Microwave Coaxial Cables at MILCOM 2012 Conference

New coax cables deliver improved electrical performance, low loss and superior bandwidth

FIRST® Women in Science & Technology Forum to Help Female High-School Students Explore Education and Career Options

Keynotes to Include Co-founder of iRobot, President of the Society of Women Engineers, at FIRST Place in Manchester, New Hampshire, November 2

What Lurks Beneath? DARPA Seeks Tools for Identifying Hidden Explosives at Standoff

Interdisciplinary teams needed to develop proof-of-concept demonstrations of technology for identifying presence of embedded explosives in opaque, high-water-content substances

Agile Planet Previews the First PLC Unified Motion Controller at PACK EXPO 2012

Company demonstrates how AX-50 motion controller increases value, lowers component and development cost and decreases time-to-market of automation solutions

Cyber Experts Engage on DARPA's Plan X

Proposers' Day dialogue cements program approach

NASA-WPI 2013 Robot Prize Competition Registration Open

Teams will compete to demonstrate a robot can locate and retrieve geologic samples from a wide and varied terrain without human control.

Robots, Take Your Mark… The DARPA Robotics Challenge Begins Today! Will It Include You?

DARPA introduces teams for Tracks A and B, opens registration for Tracks C and D, launches simulation software for download

Aitech's New CompactPCI Ethernet Switch Improves Network Connectivity

Rugged switch ideal for data management in harsh environments

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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product

Servo2Go - Low-cost Tin-Can Stepper Motors from Nippon Pulse feature high torque and compact size

Servo2Go - Low-cost Tin-Can Stepper Motors from Nippon Pulse feature high torque and compact size

The PF/PFC series tin-can stepping motors are conventional magnet-driven rotary stepper motors with a permanent magnet in their rotor core. Rotating in proportion to the number of pulses sent to the motor, the stepper motor is frequency synchronized and can change speed depending on the frequency of the pulse signal.