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Walking without crutches – this is something that people with certain neuromuscular disorders dream of. With the exoskeleton "Autonomyo”, this dream can now be made a reality.
Cassie clocked the historic time of 24.73 seconds at OSU’s Whyte Track and Field Center, starting from a standing position and returning to that position after the sprint, with no falls.
Harsh environments are challenging for robots and engineers, but they’re not impossible to conquer. Building a rugged, durable robot is all about choosing the right components, from drive train to sensor array.
Inspection and maintenance tasks are a fundamental part of many industrial sectors: deteriorated infrastructures, tunnels, refineries, old buildings…
Recent advances in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) have made it possible to automate many processes that were once thought to be too delicate or complicated for machines. So what is stopping cold chain businesses from taking advantage of these technologies?
Currently, industry news is utterly humming with stimulating updates on machine vision developments from across the globe.
Through regular and thorough inspections, faults, wear and tear, and defects can be detected at an early stage and proactively acted upon, thus preventing production downtimes.
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The sensors provide real-time 3D perception data for localization, mapping, object classification and object tracking. Velodyne’s power-efficient sensors support Stan robots in a wide range of challenging environmental conditions.
Businesses may need to move robots for one of many reasons. They could move to a new facility, place some robots in storage during slow seasons or have to move newly purchased machines themselves.
Designed for autonomous operation, including obstacle avoidance, HP SitePrint can improve the productivity of the site layout process. It can print lines and complex objects with pinpoint accuracy and consistent repeatability.
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• Synergy of classic machine vision and deep learning reaches a new level • New feature allows bin picking of unknown objects • To be released on November 22, 2022
ROEQ, a leader in mobile robotic equipment, has entered into a new partnership with OMRON, providing top modules and cart systems for the company's autonomous mobile robot, the LD-250, doubling the AMR's payload capacity to 500kg (1,102lbs).
Nimbus' low-code robotics programming capabilities give a new level of intelligence to Rover Robotics' machine platforms. "Pre-integrating our platforms with Nimbus allows teams to reach market demands at a record pace," said Nick Velander, CEO of Rover Robotics.
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ElectroCraft's Motion Control for Mobile Robots
ElectroCraft is showcasing its award-winning mobile robot technology including their powerful and compact wheel drives, high-torque-density brushless DC motors, precision linear actuators as well as servo motor drive technology at a variety of conferences and tradeshows including the Boston Robotics Summit. Robotics Summit is the premier symposium for the sharing of ideas, technology, and market developments for robotic technologies across industries. Beyond a showcase and pitch of product, ElectroCraft is eager to participate in the collaborative discussion of challenges and opportunities that will shape the near and long-term robotic marketplace.
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