FlightWave's UAS Platform with Swappable Power Sources to be Displayed at AUVSI XPONENTIAL

Jupiter craft offers the commercial drone market high endurance, a large payload capacity, and unprecedented flexibility.

Loomo by Segway Robotics Ends Crowdfunding Campaign Having Raised $1,093,312

Segway Robotics prepares to ship Loomo to consumers after a successful campaign

Robby Technologies Hires Former Apple Exec Saumil Nanavati to Guide Deployment of Autonomous Delivery Robots

AI veteran set to take self-driving robots from novelty to business necessity

Tennibot, the World's First Robotic Tennis Ball Collector, Launches on Kickstarter

Integrating computer vision and artificial intelligence, Tennibot autonomously picks up tennis balls on the court to save coaches and players from wasted time, tedious labor and needless backaches.

AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018: CONTROP USA to Demonstrate the T-STAMP-XR: a Unique, Compact Payload for Small UAS

Nearly 100 systems have been sold since the T-STAMP-XR was launched in June 2017, thanks to its high level of DRI (Detection, Recognition and Identification) capability and stabilization.

Guitel Hervieu Publishes CAD Models on TraceParts Platform

Increases Accessibility of 2D and 3D Models for its Wheels and Castors

SoftBank Taps DroneDeploy as the Drone Software Platform Choice in Japan

Industry-defining Partnership Positions DroneDeploy to Become the Universal Drone Operating System

Agenda & Key Themes Released for 2018 Energy Drone Coalition Summit

Detroit Welcomes FIRST® Championship, the World's Largest Robotics Competition

40,000 Visitors to Converge on Detroit, April 25-28

AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018: CONTROP USA to Present a Wide Range of Advanced EO/ IR Solutions for Unmanned Air, Land and Maritime Vehicles

Developed specifically for unmanned applications, the solutions are compact, have wide field-of-view enabling orientation in the field, feature a high level of stabilization, and support intuitive communication

Locus Robotics to Lead Session on Disruption in Warehouse Fulfillment at Home Delivery World Expo 2018 in Atlanta, GA

CMO Karen Leavitt will discuss the supply chain economics driving technology adoption in the warehouse and secrets to fulfillment success

Aeryon to Sponsor First Public Safety UAS Forum at AUVSI XPONENTIAL

Aeryon increases its presence at AUVSI Xponential, the world's largest unmanned systems conference in Denver, CO.

Voith and Franka Emika form a strategic partnership

• Voith Robotics is established as a joint venture, with Voith holding a stake in Franka Emika • Voith Robotics to be a system supplier for robot-assisted automation solutions in the digital age • Lightweight robots will play a key role as intelligent assistants in many areas of work and everyday life, including production, logistics, healthcare and consumer goods • First appearance of Voith Robotics planned for Hannover Messe

Pixus Technologies Announces New Overview Brochures

Pixus Technologies, a provider of embedded computing and enclosure solutions, has released a new overview brochure that highlights the companies capabilities and core product lines.

The Art of Building a Robot

Sensors and gripper arms can simply be attached and removed as needed. You don't even have to be a specialist to quickly and easily replace a defective part, which makes the robots extremely flexible and economical to operate.

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