Maplesoft's Modeling and Simulation Tool MapleSim Aids in the Design of RoboThespian Robot that Walks and Talks

Maplesoft today announced its collaboration with Engineered Arts Limited, a company that designs and produces the revolutionary RoboThespian robots.

SPIE Photonics West to Bring Largest Optics and Photonics Event to San Francisco in February

SPIE Photonics West will set records again this year, solidifying its role as the leading international event in the optics and photonics industry. This year's program is the largest yet, with more technical presentations and exhibiting companies from the biomedical optics sector, the latest advancements in lasers, MEMs, and optoelectronics, and a major exhibition including 1,300 suppliers. Presentations span early research results, scientific achievements, engineering solutions, and industry forums on silicon photonics, sustainable technology, and the global laser market, providing a matchless opportunity to see the future.

First Practical Robotic Platform for Tablet Telepresence from Revolve Robotics

It is compact, portable and durable for convenient travel, yet functional enough for permanent installation in domestic and business settings.

Toshiba Machine Adds Affordable and Lightweight THL SCARA Robot

These new THL robots fall into the class of small SCARA robots, while they boast the maximum payload capacity (5kg) in their class.

What a UAV Can Do With Depth Perception

DARPA-funded effort demonstrates preciseautonomous payload placement with UAV.

Opto-E is the NEW Infra-red and Laser optics division of Opto-Engineering

Opto Engineering has established a new division, Opto-E, focusing on Infra-red and Laser Optics.

TCM16 series expanded: new telecentric solutions in machine vision

Opto Engineering is pleased to present you the brand new TC16M models for 35mm format sensors and 4k/8kpix line scan cameras.

IMTS 2014 - Crowley Webb Named Media Agency for IMTS - The International Manufacturing Technology Show

IMTS 2014 will be held Sept. 8-13 at Chicago's McCormick Place.

Advantech wins the First Ever iF Product Design Award 2013

Advantech's Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) products, SPC and TPC series has won an iF product design award 2013

Gripping Systems

Dynamic rotary module for electronics assembly

Yaskawa Motoman Partners with Robofusion to Deliver Reis and Irvy's Frozen Yogurt Factory Robotic Kiosks

Motoman® SDA-series robots provide the reach, payload, speed, performance and flexibility required to perform a myriad of assembly, handling, machine tending packaging and part transfer applications that formerly could only be done by people.

ALDEBARAN Robotics equips 200 schools with NAO robots

ALDEBARAN Robotics, a world leader in humanoid robotics, has equipped over 200 secondary schools worldwide with its NAO robot. In order to increase pupil interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), the company has introduced the humanoid robot into Warwickshire-based schools in the UK, amongst other educational institutions worldwide.

QUAN CEO's Letter to Shareholders Looks Forward to 2013

North American Robotics Continues to Boom

An estimated 225,000 robots are used in factories here

Liquid Robotics' marine robot completes 9,000 mile cross-Pacific journey to set new world record

Top five finalists selected for PacX scientific challenge

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