Advanced Defense Technologies Inc. (ADTI) Developing UAV/Drone Technology for Commercial Markets Including Law Enforcement, Domestic Infrastructure Defense, and Border Security

ANAHEIM, CA, Feb 07, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Advanced Defense Technologies Inc. (pinksheets:ADCF) announced today that the Company is designing UAV - Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and Drone system technology for both defense and commercial markets. The large potential growth markets include surveillance, law enforcement, terrorist threat prevention, domestic infrastructure defense, and border security.

Inspired by Steel, Nanomanufacturing Gets Wear-Resistant Carbide Tip

- 10,000 times more wear resistant than previous state-of-the-art tips - Scientists used an annealing process similar to that of tempered steel to harden the materials into carbide, while maintaining the sharpness of the tip - Represents an important step towards nanomanufacturing for applications including bio sensors for healthcare and the environment

High Performance PCT(TM) Touch Controller Solution from Zytronic Supplied as Chipset Option

Delivering pinpoint accuracy, rapid response and dual-touch user experiences while providing greater levels of design flexibility and saving board real estate

Stereotaxis Announces European Adoption Milestone and Health Canada Market Clearance for Vdrive System

Vdrive system increases the clinical techniques available to the physician

EV Group Launches Second-Generation EVG620HBL Mask Alignment System for LED Manufacturing

Updated HB-LED Manufacturing Tool Commands Unprecedented Cost of Ownership Advantages

iRobot Reports Record Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year Financial Results

Revenue for the fourth quarter of 2011 increased 15 percent to $130.8 million, compared with $114.0 million for the same quarter one year ago. Revenue for the full year 2011 increased 16 percent to $465.5 million from $401.0 million for the full year 2010.

Uni-VersalTM Test Machine For Robotic Eddy Current Testing Offers Automatic Self Calibration

United Western Technologies Corp. (UniWest) has introduced the new Uni-VersalTM Test Machine, the first flexibletest platform that offers totally robotic testing of metal bearings and spindles utilizing eddy current testing (ECT) for cracks. The Uni-VersalTM is the first machine of its kind to offer true automatic self-calibration.

Sensable Customers Showcase Touch-Enabled Surgical, Medical Simulation and Robotics Innovations at MMVR Conference

From Virtual Operating Rooms to Brain Surgery Simulators, Leading Research Institutions and Companies are Enhancing Results by Incorporating the Power of Touch with Haptics

Research and Markets: Robotic Surgery Equipment Manufacturing in the US

Robotic surgery, or computer-assisted surgery, involves the use of robotic systems to help in surgical procedures.

3D Systems Begins Next-Day Shipment Service

Customers Purchasing Popular 3DTouch Printer First to Benefit

Automated Robotic Parking Supplier Announces 2012 Project in Hollywood, Florida

Boomerang Systems, Inc. a leading designer and manufacturer of automated robotic parking and self storage systems, announces it has been contracted to supply 226 parking spaces utilizing its innovative RoboticValet™ Parking System in the Grand Hotel, located in Hollywood Beach, Florida.

Government of Canada Lends Financial Support to AV&R Vision & Robotics Inc.

The Government of Canada is providing financial assistance to AV&R Vision and Robotics in order to commercialise its 3-D automated visual inspection solution for machine parts in an international level.

ROSCon 2012 preliminary program now available and registration open

19-20 May 2012 (immediately following ICRA) St. Paul, Minnesota, USA

MediSpec Hybrid Circular MT Connectors and Receptacles from Molex Provide a Streamlined Solution Ideal for Medical Systems

High-performance system combines optical and electrical signaling in one connector; helping provide cost savings and simplify installation

Britain's UAV Industry Plans New PR Effort

Companies seeking to enable the routine use of surveillance drones across Britain are planning a long-term public relations effort to counter the negative image of the controversial aircraft. The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Association (UAVSA), a trade group that represents the drone industry to the UK government, has recommended drones deployed in Britain should be shown to "benefit mankind in general", be decorated with humanitarian-related advertisements, and be painted bright colours to distance them from those used in warzones, details from a UAVSA presentation show.

Plans are also under way to establish corridors of segregated airspace to fly drones – or UAVs – between restricted "danger zones" (airspace where test flights take place) in isolated parts of England and Wales.

A series of presentations given by industry figures in recent months show public opposition is considered a major hurdle. UAVSA has discussed how it could use the media to disseminate favourable stories, creating a narrative that presents the introduction of drones in the UK as part of a "national mission".

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New KUKA Robot:  KR 3 AGILUS Maximum performance in minimum space

New KUKA Robot: KR 3 AGILUS Maximum performance in minimum space

Great advances often start with small steps - in manufacturing cells measuring only 600 × 600 mm. Here, the KR 3 AGILUS is in its element. Particularly in the case of small parts and products which must be produced in a minimum of space. KUKA expertise, concentrated into the smallest of spaces, is setting new standards for the 3-kg class. The lightweight robot masters various tasks with agility, dynamism and maximum precision, leading to high flexibility in production - even when it comes to extremely narrow spaces.