EVT releases EyeSpector camera for robots. With the combination of the EyeSpector smart camera series with EyeVision image processing software EVT provides the eye for the robot. In only a few steps the user has the possibility to solve even complex tasks in the robot vision field.
Embedded intelligence reduces bus traffic and can take over mission critical functions when network is down.
Hizook has a article featuring examples of robots that use simple vibration motors to achieve steerable motion. The website is also looking into producing and selling a tiny (18mm long) IR controlled steerable vibrobot origanlly designed by Naghi Sotoudeh. The article can be found here and be sure to leave them a comment if you would be interested in purchasing a Hizook robot.
Innovative Wastewater Inspection Technology Company RedZone Robotics, Inc. Lands $25 Million Investment
ABS Capital Partners Attracted to Combination of World-Class Robotic Inspection Technologies and Sophisticated Data-Analysis Software Enabling Customers to Make Better Decisions
In Cornell's Personal Robotics Laboratory, a team led by Ashutosh Saxena, assistant professor of computer science, is teaching robots to manipulate objects and find their way around in new environments. The researchers trained a robot by giving it 24 office scenes and 28 home scenes in which they had labeled most objects. The computer examines such features as color, texture and what is nearby and decides what characteristics all objects with the same label have in common. In a new environment, it compares each segment of its scan with the objects in its memory and chooses the ones with the best fit.
Dytran Instruments published Piezoelectric and DC MEMS Sensors for Measurement and Monitoring catalog. This 172-page catalog represents Dytran's acceleration, acoustic, force, pressure, shock and vibration sensors.
Three turbomachinery control (TMC) packages from Rockwell Automation incorporate standard, commercial, off-the-shelf control and visualization technology for fast installation and troubleshooting at a lower total cost of ownership.
Proven applications for shipping and packing sortation operations increase productivity, accuracy and on-time shipments
UBM Electronics' Design News Launches Sensors in Design 2012, the Premier Event for Sensors Applications
Event Co-located with ESC Silicon Valley, March 28-29, 2012 at the McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA
Seasoned veteran Quinton Rodgers to head strategic vision and market development
Schaffner strengthens its position as global partner in the international market for power electronics systems with the acquisition of dry-type transformer operations of American manufacturer MTC Transformers
Vinten Radamec, a Vitec Group brand and world leader in robotic camera support systems, has revealed its next generation of robotic controlled device, incorporating Intelligent Control Engineering (ICE), at this year's IBC2011 event. The innovative company has integrated the new hardware and software platform into its latest pan and tilt head, the Fusion FHR-35, to deliver the highest performance head on the market
Handroid is a new robotic hand made by Japanese company ITK . It uses a system of tendon-like wires and their differential contraction moves every digit with precision. ITK plans to commercialize the Handroid in about two years for about $6,500 per unit.
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and the Motoman Robotics Division of Yaskawa America, Inc. have entered into a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on integrating Motoman Robotics' line of industrial robots with the open-source ROS (Robot Operating System) software.
James Gosling -- the so-called "father of Java" -- left Google on Tuesday to join a company that is looking to scatter thousands of robots around the Earth's oceans. Gosling will become chief software architect for Sunnyvale startup Liquid Robotics, a 4-year-old company that places 7-foot-long robots resembling surfboards in the ocean to collect and transmit data for a variety of uses. Called Wave Gliders, the devices are powered by wave energy, with the constant up-and-down motion providing energy that pulls the robots through the ocean.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
The ATI Robotic Tool Changer provides the flexibility to automatically change end-effectors or other peripheral tooling. These tool changers are designed to function reliably for millions of cycles at rated load while maintaining extremely high repeatability. For this reason, the ATI Tool Changer has become the number-one tool changer of choice around the world. ATI Tool Changer models cover a wide range of applications, from very small payloads to heavy payload applications requiring significantly large moment capacity.