Stafford Manufacturing creates precision parts for attaching structural components, cameras, sensors and other devices to drones and other UAVs which lets OEMs match design requirements for weight, strength, corrosion-resistance, and other factors.
Identified Technologies, provider of the construction industry's leading fully managed commercial drone solution, today announced an alliance with DJI, the world's leading aerial-imaging company. Through this alliance, Identified is now providing DJI's world class technology to its Fortune 500 clients in the construction, mining, energy, and landfill industries.
Stealthy Boxbot wins the Pear prize for UC Berkeley with a tech for autonomous last-mile delivery
Yaskawa Motoman is pleased to announce that Jorge Cosio has joined the company as General Manager of Yaskawa Mexico. In this position, Cosio will be responsible for the company's strategic direction and sales growth in Mexico.
Quanergy Systems Inc., the leading provider of LiDAR sensors and smart sensing solutions, today announced that it will demonstrate a first-of-its-kind security solution for intruder detection and surveillance automation at IFSEC International, Europe's premier security trade show.
Following a soft launch end of May, www.AgriTechTomorrow.com has officially launched its Online Trade Magazine.
New version of sensor simulation platform focuses on usability, software ergonomics and efficiency
Ruwac's NA35 Series: The Safest, Healthiest Solution to Collecting Metal Additive Manufacturing Dust
The NA35 HD-110 Series is the only immersion separator available on the market featuring a complete self-contained vacuum system. Additive manufacturing environments using explosive or impact sensitive materials that may contain an ignition source (such as aluminum, titanium or zirconium) and other volatile dusts will not only benefit from eliminating the risk of an explosion, but keeping workspaces clean in the process.
Wind River Teaming with Nation's Largest Transportation Proving Grounds, Ohio State University, and Central Ohio Region to Develop, Test Smart Connected and Autonomous Technologies
- Intel® subsidiary Wind River®; Transportation Research Center (TRC); Ohio State University; and Dublin, Ohio are looking to advance safe and secure technologies for self-driving and connected vehicle technologies. - The first phase of the Wind River-led program envisions the creation of "rolling lab" test vehicles developed with Ohio State engineering students and faculty. - TRC, the nation's largest independent vehicle test facility, is set to be the proving ground, providing strategies for testing and validating connected and autonomous vehicle technologies.
RoadBotics Technology Collects and Analyzes Road Surfaces in Real-Time--Allows Municipalities and Transportation Partners to Gain Deeper Insights Into Their Road Infrastructure
Military intelligence event, Airborne ISR will return to London this October
AUTOGUIDE™ LAUNCHES NEW, FULLY-TESTED SUREPATH™ TUGGER FEATURING AFFORDABLE AND FLEXIBLE NATURAL FEATURE GUIDANCE
New Max-N10 Tugger Can Move Loads Up To 10,000 Pounds With No Tape, Tags or Reflectors
The Next Evolution in Wireless Mesh Networking Doubles Signal Range
Eight computer science professors in Oregon State University's College of Engineering have received a $6.5 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to make artificial-intelligence-based systems like autonomous vehicles and robots more trustworthy.
"We're very excited about this technology and our partnership with Microdrones," said Steve Richter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Frontier Precision. "We know this is a big part of our future."
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