FloorBotics Announces the Successful Design and Prototyping of a Revolutionary Floor-Sanitizing Robot
Product design company, Creative Edge Products, recently completed the designing and prototyping of SaniBot® for a leading robotics company in the cleaning industry, FloorBotics, Inc. The revolutionary new robot offers a remarkable automated, hands-free way to reliably sanitize floors where they are needed most - at schools, hospitals, day care centers, and other public institutions.
Ceremony Set for June 21st in Munich in conjunction with Automatica and the ISR
"Certainly I am pleased with my second trip to Japan in the last eighteen months. Not only did I strengthen existing relationships and develop two new, strategic ones, but consummated one significant licensing agreement, to be followed by more in the coming days and weeks," reflected Spencer.
NEXCOM EtherCAT robotic solution, NexROBO, introduces openness and modularity to the rigid robot architecture, unleashing possibilities for in-house development, add-on functionality, and reconfiguration of robots.
Leslie Patton for Bloomberg: Decades from now, historians may look back on 2016 as the year Earthlings ate pizza from vending machines, bought burritos from a box in New York’s Grand Central Terminal and devoured sushi rolled by robots. “Automation is coming whether we want it to come or not,” said Andy Puzder, chief executive officer of CKE Restaurants Inc., which owns the Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. fast-food chains. “It’s everywhere. It’s in everything.” At a time when more consumers are embracing hand-made artisanal foods, 24/7 Pizza Box, Burritobox and Sushi Station are headed in the other direction. Vending-machine pizza will start popping up in Florida later this year and chipotle-chicken burritos, accompanied by guacamole and salsa, can now be ordered from an automated box. Sushi-making robots from Japan are already operating in U.S. restaurants and university cafeterias. Cont'd...
Prior to going to Japan, two long time Japanese partners, iXs, Ltd., (iXs) and Fubright Communications Corp. (FCC), demonstrated the company's BaseBot(tm) mobile robot known as "Lou" to IC Corp., Ltd. (ICCL) senior management. youtu.be/FHqa0YOBdfU
Greg Fischer will be on panel examining advances in the field of patient-treatment robotics systems; event to take place during Bay State Robotics Week
DARPA seeks mathematical framework to characterize fundamental limits of learning
Robots should be safer and softer in order to make them more cooperative and execute tasks in close contact with humans. George Whitesides, Ph.D., a Core Faculty member at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and the Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in Harvard University’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), along with his team, has created a new actuator that moves like human skeletal muscles by using vacuum power for automating soft, rubber beams. These actuators are soft and shock absorbing similar to real muscles, and do not pose any danger to their surroundings or the human beings working along with them or the future robots containing them. This study was published in the June 1 issue of the Advanced Materials Technologies journal. Cont'd...
Robotics, Satellites & Motor Sport applications all benefit from Harwin's Datamate J-Tek in high shock and vibration environments
Hi-Rel industries shift to jackscrew fixings for ultimate connection security
Mary-Ann Russon for International Business Times: When former Boston Dynamics employees released video of humanoid robot Atlas – walking unassisted over difficult terrain, such as rocks and snow – Google was reportedly displeased; despite the research receiving high praise from roboticists while wowing the public. And the real reason Google is selling off Boston Dynamics is, by and large, due to insiders telling Tech Insider that the robotics firm was unwilling to fall in line with the internet giant's vision of a consumer robot for the home. Google reportedly envisioned the firm as one of nine in a division called Replicant. Initially, under the guidance of Android co-founder Andy Rubin, the firms would continue with existing research and Google would see what ideas and innovations they came up with. Cont'd...
Patent #9,327,411 covers robotic gripper for failure‐free microwell plate handling
80+ Sponsors and Exhibitors Revealed for Seoul's Leading Frontier Technology Event on June 22-24, 2016, Showcasing #3DPrinting, #Robotics, and Virtual Reality Innovation
Rising Media and 3DR Holdings announced more than 80 sponsors and exhibitors for the co-located Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, and Virtual Reality Summit conference and trade show in Seoul, South Korea, taking place in association with the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX).
Terry Dawes for Cantech Letter: Vancouver-based Chrysalix Venture Capital has announced a €100 million fund aimed at driving the global robotics revolution, in partnership withRoboValley, a centre for robotics commercialization based at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. The RoboValley Fund is Chrysalix’s first robotics fund, and will concentrate on disbursing seed and Series A rounds of funding to early-stage companies developing component technology, intelligent software, and other breakthrough robotics technologies. “Robotics is predicted to be the next big step in the digital revolution having an unprecedented impact on the way that we live, and provides an answer to some of the grand challenges of the 21st Century,” said RoboValley managing director Arie van den Ende. “Together with Chrysalix long-standing expertise in commercializing early stage industrial innovations, the RoboValley Fund will bring much needed capital and accelerated paths to market for our most promising next generation robotics technologies.” Cont'd...
RobotShop Inc. announces today the launch of its subsidiary, RobotShop Japan Co., Ltd. and a website dedicated to the Japan market.
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