Leading Solid State LiDAR Company Surpasses $1 Billion in Valuation Attracting Top Tier Investors As It Ramps Up to Enable Mass Adoption of Life Saving Autonomous Technology
Inside 3D Printing and RoboUniverse Join with IFA Berlin to Host 3DPrinting@home and Robot@home; September 4-7, 2016
The 3DPrinting@home and Robot@home expo takes place within IFA Global Markets, an exhibition which focuses on the B2B2C and retail channels. In addition to consumer and retail 3D printers and robots, other cutting-edge exhibitor groups from around the globe will be on display within IFA Global Markets. IFA attracts over 249,000 visitors, 60% of whom are from the channel.
Cecilia Laschi for IEEE Spectrum: The sun was sparkling on the Mediterranean Sea on the afternoon when a graduate student from my lab tossed our prize robot into the water for the first time. I watched nervously as our electronic creation sank beneath the waves. But the bot didn’t falter: When we gave it the command to swim, it filled its expandable mantle with water, then jetted out the fluid to shoot forward. When we ordered it to crawl, it stiffened its eight floppy arms in sequence to push itself along the sandy bottom and over scattered rocks. And when we instructed it to explore a tight space beneath the dock, the robot inserted its soft body into the narrow gap without difficulty. As a professor at the BioRobotics Institute at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, in Pisa, Italy, I lead a team investigating soft robotics. This relatively new field of research has the potential to upend our ideas about what robots are capable of and where they can be useful. I chose to build robots that mimic the form of the octopus for two reasons. First, because they’re well suited to demonstrate the many advantages that come when a machine can flex and squish as needed. Also, it’s an excellent engineering challenge: An octopus with eight wiggly arms, which must work together in the face of complex hydrodynamic forces, is very difficult to design and control. Cont'd...
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International Drone Expo Announces All-New and Upgraded Activations for December Show in Los Angeles
Leading Drone Expo to Host Sanctioned Drone Race, Pitchfest, and Film Showcase
Evan Ackerman for IEEE Spectrum: Last year at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals, NASA announced a new challenge for humanoid robots: the Space Robotics Challenge (SRC), which will “prepare robots for the journey to Mars.” Just like the DRC, the first stage of the SRC will consist of a virtual challenge, run in the Gazebo simulator, followed up by a physical challenge using NASA’s R5 Valkyrie robots. As of yesterday, NASA has opened registration for the SRC, and we’ll take a look at the format of the competition, the challenges that teams will need to complete, and what they can take home for winning. Cont'd...
Humans will always be required within an operation because they will need to process the one-off transactions that the robot has not been equipped to handle, and the robot will need to be programmed for any process changes.
IMTS - IMTS 2016 Visitors Offered Free Ride in "Olli," The First Self-Driving Vehicle from Local Motors
The "IMTS Ride Experience" will give show attendees a glimpse into the future of autonomous mobility in Olli, which interacts with riders through IBM Watson.
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Inc. magazine today ranked Integro Technologies on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies.
NASA, UAS industry partners will explain collaboration on UTM development and future beyond visual line of sight flights
Esri Signs on as Lead Sponsor of the show's Geospatial Pavilion
In a Powerful Effort Aspiring to Save Lives
Source - Sky News: An insect-sized spy drone with four flapping wings and four legs is set to become Britain's latest weapon in the war on terror. The Dragonfly drone fits in the palm of a hand and has four flapping wings and four legs. It can fly through the air with great agility, allowing it to penetrate buildings through open windows, and perch on surfaces to eavesdrop. It can detect incoming objects and buildings, meaning it can avoid obstacles at high speeds. It is one of a number of pieces of kit being developed by the Ministry of Defence as part of an innovation drive. Cont'd...
BitFlow Helps Inspire Purdue University Students to Engineer Next Generation of Ultra High-Speed Transportation
BitFlow frame grabber accelerates development of human-scale passenger capsule for SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition
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