New product helps engineers create, maintain, validate requirements efficiently, with fewer errors
Echo Huang for Quartz: Designed by JD, the white, four-wheeled droid can carry five packages at once and travel 20 km (12.4 miles) if fully charged.
"Restore" NextGen Exoskeleton System Developed in Collaboration with Harvard's Wyss Institute
Kacey Deamer for Live Science: Researchers created a machine-learning algorithm that allowed robots to "intuit" how to behave like humans in certain situations, like being quiet in a library.
Entrepreneur: These devices are coming to a home near you, maybe your home. And that's not science fiction. How can your business get in on this?
Ten of the most advanced infrastructure robots and systems currently in development will be put to the test later this month at the UK Robotics Week Resilient Infrastructure Challenge event in Leeds.
Acquisition of snake arm robotics manufacturer will expand jet engine repair capabilities.
Element AI Raises Historic $102M USD Series A Funding Round from DCVC and Leading Global Institutions
Funding to create new jobs, accelerate enterprise AI adoption, and create the world's most powerful AI platform
Stealthy Boxbot wins the Pear prize for UC Berkeley with a tech for autonomous last-mile delivery
The use of compact devices that run embedded software is becoming increasingly popular in industrial environments. From smart cameras and vision sensors to smart phones, tablets, and handheld devices, it is almost impossible to imagine connected and highly automated Industry 4.0 processes without these small devices.
Daniel Liberto for Investopedia: San Francisco-based Momentum Machines debuted its prototype burger-making machine in 2012, eliciting awe from tech geeks and criticism from employment activists.
Following a soft launch end of May, www.AgriTechTomorrow.com has officially launched its Online Trade Magazine.
Naomi Tajitsu for Reuters: Unveiling its mid-term Vision 2030 strategy plan, Honda said it would boost coordination between R&D, procurement and manufacturing to tame development costs.
Florida Blue Cross Blue Shield to Cover ReWalk Exoskeleton for Paralyzed Plan Member Following Court Decision Deeming the Device Medically Necessary
Ruling Cites Wealth of Evidence, Data to Confirm Exoskeleton Technology No Longer Experimental
Companies to Collaborate in Advancing the Development of Smart Robotics Technologies
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Personal & Service Robots - Featured Product
St Robotics is making the K11R robot controller available for any robot that uses stepping motors including the IGUS range. Providing you use low inductance motors the K11R will provide surprising power and speed from it's 55v DC supply and Gecko micro-stepping drives controlled by a fast DSP and micro-controller. The software is RoboForth II V17 embedded in the controller which together with the PC project supervisor gets your robot going within minutes. It is a text based conversational language that is so easy to use yet permits programs of great complexity when required. The kinematics are easily tailored to any size of robot and any number of axes from 3 to 6. The controller will also provide easy calibration to sensors and also reads back and compares encoders if you fit them. Speed, acceleration and rate of acceleration (3rd order) are all programmable as is emergency stop and many other features. Your positional data and programs may be saved on your PC and also in the controller's flash memory. The K11R will also control external devices such as pneumatic gripper, vacuum pickup, air cylinders and communicate with a PLC. Pricing starts at $2500. Contact ST at firstname.lastname@example.org