GstarCAD launched a upgrading program as a part of its 20th anniversary celebration and got good response from clients and prospects.
GstarCAD 2012 unveils its unique functions including Boolean operations on polylines, exporting tables to Excel spreadsheets, and incrementing copied text etc. to minimize repetitive tasks, and greatly improve the efficiency of GstarCAD 2012 customers.
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 2012 TO SHOWCASE INTELLIGENT AND SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY TECHNOLOGIES AT HANNOVER MESSE
U.S. Pavilion in Hall 5 Will House Industrial Subcontractors and Job Shops
Humans are good at recognizing full facial expressions which present a rich source of affective information. However, psychological studies have shown that affect also manifests itself as micro-expressions. These are very rapid 1/3 to 1/25 second involuntary facial expressions which give a brief glimpse to feelings that people undergo but try not to express. Researchers at Oxford University and Oulu University are developing software that can recognize these ‘micro-expressions’. The initial experiments do indicate that the approach can distinguish deceptive from truthful micro-expressions, but further experiments need to be conducted to confirm it. The full paper is available here .
FIPA introduces lightweight suction fingers and angle arms. Structurally optimized light-weight, modular, adjustable suction fingers weigh up to 50% less than their predecessors.
Companies considering a new material handling system are often simultaneously evaluating warehouse management systems (WMS) or have already implemented a WMS. When considering an automated material handling solution such as the Kiva Mobile Robotic Fulfillment System, companies often ask how the systems will work together.
Using Robotmaster software for off-line programming of a 7-axis robot used for the precise trimming required in the manufacturing of General Atomics Predator Drone.
Full Line of Cool Muscle Motors and High Speed Demo of 2 and 6 Axes Synchronized Motor Systems Highlighted on Exhibit Floor
Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and a global leader in machine vision technology, today introduced the Piranha HS NIR 8k camera
Fisnar Introduces the UNITOP F5200N, a versatile new dispensing robot that can be used as a desktop or gantry system and allows users to create their own working space.
New orders for motion control products are up 19% through the third quarter of 2011, according to new statistics released by the Motion Control Association (MCA).
Point Grey, a world leader in advanced digital imaging products, today announced the addition of new VGA and XGA models to its Flea3 GigE Vision digital cameras series.
Intellibot Robotics LLC ("Intellibot"), an award-winning manufacturer of robotic commercial floor cleaners, has moved its headquarters to Portland, Ore. Previously based in Richmond, Va., Intellibot will maintain its manufacturing and engineering operations in Virginia. The company's new Portland office, at 5410 SW Macadam Ave., Suite 100, houses administration, sales, finance, and marketing functions.
Professor George Whitesides, Robert Shepherd and their colleagues from Harvard University have designed a prototype soft, agile robot capable of crawling and squeezing under obstacles current rigid robots are can't handle. The flexible robot motion is controlled by a series of chambers within the 'elastomer' layer that can be inflated with compressed air. The air is fed through tubes attached to the robot.
Increased Test Productivity Lifts Off With First Flight of Second Northrop Grumman-Built X-47B Unmanned Aircraft
Northrop Grumman Corporation and the U.S. Navy will be able to increase the pace and productivity of the X-47B flight test program following the successful first flight Nov. 22 of the second air vehicle developed for the Navy's Unmanned Combat Air System Carrier Demonstration (UCAS-D) program.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
In order to interact with their environment and perform the tasks, lightweight robots, like all industrial robots, depend on tools - and in many cases these are vacuum grippers. These form the interface to the workpiece and are therefore a decisive part of the overall system. With their help, the robots can pick up, move, position, process, sort, stack and deposit a wide variety of goods and components. Vacuum gripping systems allow particularly gentle handling of workpieces, a compact and space-saving system design and gripping from above. Precisely because the object does not have to be gripped, the vacuum suction cupenables gapless positioning next to each other.