Implementing Advanced Vision Systems for Safer Robotics

Robots could revolutionize workplace safety. For that to happen, though, the organizations employing this technology must equip it with tools to help it recognize and respond to hazards. That means capitalizing on machine vision.

ABB Robotics launches global startup challenge to accelerate innovation in robotics and AI

Startups and scaleups to submit ideas in natural language programming, skill learning, and autonomous decision-making. Winners gain access to ABB's global network, cutting-edge technologies, and long-term partnership opportunities

Tips for choosing a 3D vision system - The future of vision systems in manufacturing

Advanced 3D vision systems are a stark contrast to the vision software of manufacturing's past. Many existing systems still require professional CAD programming to ensure the robot can recognise shapes.

The Interplay Between Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing

AI and robotics make the factories of the future smarter and more efficient. Manufacturers need to use these exponential technologies to gain a competitive advantage.

HALCON reliably checks bottle cap imprints

Machine vision offers enormous advantages for many areas of application, such as quality assurance. In addition to high accuracy and speed, high flexibility and availability are also important for practical use.

NVIDIA and Alphabet's Intrinsic Put Next-Gen Robotics Within Grasp

Intrinsic, a software and AI robotics company at Alphabet, has integrated NVIDIA AI and Isaac platform technologies to advance the complex field of autonomous robotic manipulation.

NREL Invites Robots To Help Make Wind Turbine Blades

Although robots have been used by the wind energy industry to paint and polish blades, automation has not been widely adopted. Research at the laboratory demonstrates the ability of a robot to trim, grind, and sand blades.

Kawasaki Robotics Shares First Look of New Collaborative Robots, Features New Partnerships and Applications for Industrial Robots at AUTOMATE 2024

At Automate Kawasaki Robotics introduces a line of intelligent cobots and showcases Ai-enabled R and BX Series robots for welding, multi-SKU palletizing and depalletizing as examples of limitless opportunities and human ingenuity

On the Horizon: A Robot to Assist ALS Patients

CART will learn from only a few examples in an interactive manner by actively prompting the caregiver for demonstration examples as the robot needs, and thereby not overly burdening the caregiver.

Autonomous Flying in a Swarm BionicBee - ultralight flying object with precise control

With the BionicBee, the Bionic Learning Network has now for the first time developed a flying object that can fly in large numbers and completely autonomously in a swarm. The BionicBee will present its first flight show at the Hannover Messe 2024.

ZIMMER GROUP'S NEW ZIMO FLEXIBLE ROBOT CELL SMOOTHS THE PATH TO AUTOMATION

There are few who would argue that the combination of labor and skills shortages, together with the drive to attain greater levels of productivity, means that automation is now becoming an essential part of manufacturing for a greater number of businesses, especially SMEs.

The most compact Motion Control System on the market

FAULHABER is introducing a new Motion Control System. More precisely: The world's smallest Integrated Motion Controller.

An Electric New Era for Atlas

Our new electric Atlas platform is here. Supported by decades of visionary robotics innovation and years of practical experience, Boston Dynamics is tackling the next commercial frontier.

XPONENTIAL 2024 Launches Next Week in San Diego

Pertinent keynotes, defense programming, international participation, and a start-up pavilion will move the autonomous and robotics industry forward

Are Labeling and Palletizing Robots the Secret Weapon Manufacturers Need?

Robots are not magic fixes to all manufacturing industry obstacles, but they can allow users to overcome many challenges when implemented thoughtfully.

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