Dorner Holding Company Unveils New Logos, Tagline for Dorner Mfg., FlexMove and Geppert-Band

The new corporate brand continues Dorner Holding Company's commitment to global development, while creating a cohesive look for its company portfolio.

Oriental Motor Announces Release of 120 W (1/6 HP) Brushless Motor & Driver with Optional Hypoid Right Angle JH Gear

Hypoid Right Angle JH Gear with Stainless Steel Shaft and IP66 rated

Novotechnik - New Touchless Angle Sensors With IO-Link

IO-Link is a standard intelligent digital interface. It's serial communication protocol makes wiring easier, needing only three wires to simultaneously transmit measured values and status information. The status bit can signal a controller if a sensor needs replacement and the controller can detect the new device and automatically configure it based on stored values minimizing down time. Parameters such as zero point can be sent and programmed into the sensor over this bus.

Robotics startup Exotec raises $3.5 million to help warehouses pack and dispatch goods using mini robots

Paul Sawers for Venture Beat:  A French robotics startup has raised €3.3 million ($3.5 million) to build and grow a fleet of mobile robots that help warehouses prepare orders for delivery.

The company was founded in 2015 by former GE Healthcare software architect Renaud Heitz and BA Systèmes technical director Romain Moulin,  and Exotec Solutions (“Exotec”) robots have already been tested across a number of industries. With $3.5 million more in its coffers, the company expects to launch its first robot — called Exo — into the wild in early 2017. The most recent round was raised from 360 Capital Partners, Breega Capital, and a handful of its existing investors.

The miniature robots are being targeted at any logistics operator that relies on humans to traverse large warehouses picking items off shelves, and it promises to cut employees’ average daily distance covered from 15km to 4km per day and to “[double] the productivity” of each worker. The robots are controlled by what the company calls a “centralized intelligence system,” which liaises between the humans and the robots on the ground.  Cont'd...

Microscan Hosts 3-Day Advanced Machine Vision Training Course

Microscan, a global technology leader in barcode, machine vision, and lighting solutions, announces a three-day training course on advanced machine vision tools taught through hands-on exercises using Microscan's advanced Visionscape® Machine Vision Software platform.

Global Motion Control Shipments Increase Five Percent in the First Nine Months of 2016

Global shipments for motion control products increased by five percent to $2.4 billion in the first nine months of 2016, according to new statistics released by the Motion Control & Motor Association (MCMA), the industry's trade group.

Desktop Robotic Arm Manufacturer Dobot Launches Kickstarter Campaign for Dobot M1

The China-based robotic startup is raising funds for the Dobot M1 arm -- which is targeted at small businesses, desktop developers, educators and makers -- following last year's successful Kickstarter campaign for the original Dobot. The M1 prototype has since been tested by leading manufacturers such as Apple, Bose and Chow Tai Fook.

TM Robotics Partners with A-Tech to Sell Toshiba Machine Industrial Robots Coast to Coast in Canada

A-Tech will offer full line of Cartesian, 6-Axis and SCARA robot systems for automation and materials handling needs in a variety of industries

FANUC Robotics Integrator Remtec Automation Announces Growth in Automated Robotic Material Handling Projects

Remtec Automation sees uptick in automated robotic pick-and-place, palletizing and case-packing conveyor projects due to tight labor market in manufacturing.

Tolomatic adds extreme-force capability to electric linear rod actuator offering

Tolomatic's new electric linear rod actuator is more efficient, accurate and flexible compared to hydraulic cylinders--and without the messy leaks or noisy operation of hydraulics.

Lenze Enables Fast Machine Commissioning

3, 5 and 7 minute demonstrations featured at PACK EXPO

New Compact Right-Angle, Flange-Mounted Planetary Gearbox

Neugart USA introduces its new compact right-angle, flange-mounted WPLFE gearbox for applications with tight space constraints and powerful torque requirements.

The University of Manchester Uses MapleSim in Robotics and Control Systems Courses

The University of Manchester, the largest single-site university in the UK, has a reputation for producing some of the world's greatest engineering and mathematical minds. Twenty-five Nobel Prize winners have either worked or studied at the University.

Tibbo Technology Inc. Announces the OPC Server Release

The main point of OPC protocol is simple - it is a cross-functional fixed interface to communicate between data sources in the manufacturing industry.

FABTECH 2016 Las Vegas is a Knockout

Cutting-edge technologies, expert perspectives and large industry attendance define North America's premier manufacturing tradeshow and conference

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Pleora Technologies – Five Trends for Imaging Technologies

Pleora Technologies - Five Trends for Imaging Technologies

Technology development moves at a dizzying pace and the machine vision industry is no exception. Specific to imaging there is consistent innovation aimed at improving efficiencies, costs, and intelligence. Over the past 12 months, for example, new USB3 Vision™ products have driven the design of higher bandwidth, plug-and-play solutions for imaging applications. What's next for machine vision? This article examines five trends that are expected to influence imaging system design. Sign up at right to receive news and updates on the latest vision technology for medical imaging and you'll receive Five Trends for Imaging Technologies free!