With one click, engineers run Simulink control system and signal processing algorithms in hardware
The ARTAS System is an exciting innovation in hair transplantation surgery
Diatom design studio are developing an open source drawing robot kit that they hope to sell for just $70 dollars. The kit: "Piccolo", will be powered by an Arduino board, and supports movement along X, Y or Z axes. You can attach a pen, pencil, brush or possibly even an X-Acto knife and it will draw out any sketch you upload to it. They plan on including Arduino and Processing libraries that will allow you to develop dynamic drawings using sensor data. In the video below the prototype draws procedural tree sketches that vary according to the bots proximity to a light source. The kit isn't available yet but on Diatom's website you can sign up now to their mailing list.
A Complete Drive Solution Packed on only 21 x 54 mm of PCB Space
AeroVironment (NASDAQ: AVAV) announced it received a firm fixed-price order valued at $2,431,440 on April 5, 2012 from the U.S. Air Force for Puma AE small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) through an existing U.S. Army contract. Delivery is scheduled within two weeks.
Featuring 6-axis robotic arm, Models CRII 7030 and CRII 1040 offer capacities of 28 and 40 in., respectively. Units provide coping, piece mark, scribing, and cutting capabilities, and can process bolt holes, slots, flange thinning, and weld preps in structural steel.
ROS Fuerte Release Candidate 1 is now available.
The conversion from pneumatic to electric gripping modules has been made much simpler, thanks to the electrically driven small parts gripper EGP from SCHUNK.
MicroSCADA Pro and RTUs to enhance reliability and reduce maintenance costs
The Powerball concept from SCHUNK, the competence leader for clamping technology and gripping systems, takes another step forward: With the fifth generation lightweight arm, the pioneer of modular robotics presents an especially compact and flexible aid for stationary and mobile applications in service robotics and industrial handling.
Ground Robotics Champion, Technology Innovator, and Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician Award Winners Announced at NDIA Ground Robotics Conference
NDIA recognizes individuals from Ground Robotics Development who have been instrumental in implementing the military's use of ground robotic systems in combat operations
Thousands of Students Power Up for the Ultimate Showdown at the VEX Robotics Competition World Championship on April 19-21, 2012
Brains and Robotic Brawn Descend Upon Anaheim, CA to Go Head to Head in World's Fastest Growing Robotics Movement
In September 2010 Maxon launched the groundbreaking EC22HD Heavy Duty Downhole Drilling Motor. In combination with its matching GP22HD Heavy Duty Planetary Gearbox, operation on the 'limit of what is bearable' in Deep Drill Technology is now a reality.
Alliance Aimed at Increasing Global Market Opportunities in Burgeoning Field; Investment by Mitsui USA Part of Latest Round of $7.1 Million in Funding for Aethon
Dunkermotor reduces size of its 45mm iBLDC™ (Intelligent Brushless) motors with integral 4-quadrant speed controls by 25%, while maintaining power, torque and efficiency.
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