China is world's fastest-growing market for industrial robots

Installation of multi-role robots rose by 136% from 2008 to 2011 and will grow another 15% this year

Daikin Achieves Higher Efficiencies in New Air Conditioning Systems Fans Using 3D Inverse Design in TURBOdesign1 Software

Global leader in environmental controls read how others improved turbo compressor efficiency using the technology and knew it would work for fans as well.

Hillcrest Labs Introduces 9-Axis Freespace(R) Sensor Module

Combines MEMS gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer with Freespace MotionEngine(TM) software and a single 32-bit MCU ----- Enables precise motion control in wearable computing and HMDs for augmented reality, virtual reality, military simulation, and many other applications

GstarCAD MC Practical Application in Surveying and Mapping

GstarCAD MC can assist designers to browse, edit and share drawing files; it extends the space and time for designing and motivates designers' inspiration.

Gstarsoft Attended ET ACETECH-Mumbai 2012 India

October 18-22 2012, ET ACETECH-Mumbai 2012 was held in Mumbai India. As an internationally famous CAD products and solution supplier, GstarCAD and local distributor attended this exhibition, and showed the latest production of CAD software.

Highlight Functions of GstarCAD MC PRO: Drawings Transmitted by E-mail and Network Disk

GstarCAD MC PRO is a kind of mobile CAD design software which was developed for iOS and Android. It includes lots of powerful function of mobile design. Users can browse, edit and share CAD drawings with it.

Gates Belts to Power 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition

Gates Corporation will supply belts and sprockets to replace chains typically used in the international competition.

HDT Global Announces Leadership Transition at its Airborne Systems Division

HDT Global Board of Directors has appointed Dr. Vicki Panhuise as President of Airborne Systems Group, a division of HDT Global.

3D Explosion Drives Need for Education; Image Processing Lectures Series Exceeds 100,000 Downloads

Universal Robotics, Nashville, TN - As the demand for 3D computer vision expertise expands, education about digital image processing and related topics remains critically important, driving a popular lecture series to over 100,000 downloads.

Liteye Aquila and Blighter radar combined to target VIP protection market

•Combination of the Blighter B202 Mk 2 portable ground surveillance radar and Liteye's Aquila PTZ thermal surveillance system provides a virtual fortress around VIPs

QUAN to Attend World's Largest Robotics Expo

The week-long fair is expected to attract over 1,600 exhibitors

FSR®-The Most Versatile Force Sensor Technology Set to Inspire the Next-Generation of Product Innovators

Interlink Electronics`FSR® 402 implemented in littleBits Pressure Sensor Module

IXYS Integrated Circuits Division Introduces High Current Optically Isolated AC Power Relay with Zero-Cross Circuitry and Highest Isolation Voltage Rating

The CPC1966B AC Power Switch is ideal for saving energy in power systems for Industrial, IT, Consumer and Medical Products

NASA, NIA ANNOUNCE 2013 RASC-AL ROBO-OPS COMPETITION

NASA and the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) announce the 2013 RASC-AL (Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts-Academic Linkage) Exploration Robo-Ops competition. As NASA continues to explore the solar system, robots are increasingly needed to work in tandem with humans.

Microscan Presents Webinar on ID and Inspection in Packaging

Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision and lighting solutions, announces that it will host an educational webinar titled "ID and Inspection from Can to Carton" - an exploration of the role of barcode (or auto ID) and machine vision technology in food and beverage packaging.

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