New Tecnotion QTR65 and QTR78 series frameless torque motors. High Torque in an even smaller package

Tecnotion introduces a new series of smaller QTR torque motors at the SPS IPC Drives 2017. A new 65 mm and 78 mm diameter motor make the quality and torque of Tecnotion QTR series motor available for even smaller applications.

NASA awards SSL next phase funding for Dragonfly on-orbit assembly program, demonstrates confidence in public private partnership for space robotics

SSL successfully completes preliminary Dragonfly ground demonstration, proves concept for semi-autonomous robotic assembly of geostationary communications satellites

More than 60,000 Students Worldwide to Build Robots and STEM Skills with FIRST® Tech Challenge RELIC RECOVERY℠ Presented by Qualcomm

6,000+ Teams of Students Tackle New Adventure-Themed Challenge During 2017-18 Season

Finally, Amazon Artificial Intelligence Got Wings to Fly High

Drone now flies with the glimpse of AI, what future holds

Group of Engineers to Take Use of Drone-Based Data to New Heights

-Primary Applications include Insurance Underwriting for Ag/Commercial and Inspection of Bridges, Wind Turbines and Construction using APA System™ -InfraDrone Co-Founders--ISU Engineering Grads with Top Honors

Automation to Transform Employment for Americans

Fears of Robots Eliminating Jobs is Overblown, Says Machine Vision Manufacturer

Torc Robotics issued permit to test self-driving car technology in Nevada

Both of the Torc self-driving cars were issued special red Nevada license plates, indicating that the vehicles are autonomous.

Liquid Robotics Announces Next Generation of the Wave Glider, Unmanned Surface Vehicle

Enhanced platform extends operations in high sea states and high latitudes

Waterloo Region and OCTOPUZ: Preparing the World for Industry 4.0

OCTOPUZ was recently featured as a global solution in a document created by the Waterloo EDC that examined Industry 4.0 and what it meant for the region. This article will look at what exactly Industry 4.0 means, and what it implicates for the future.

Algoryx provides physics simulation for World Robot Summit

Algoryx Simulation AB, Sweden, has been contracted to provide solutions for physics simulation to the world's premiere robotics competition, World Robot Challenge held at the World Robot Summit, Japan.

ABB selects Algoryx to provide physics simulation in RobotStudio

The latest release of ABB RobotStudio, the world's most used offline programming tool for robotics, now comes with support for advanced realtime physics simulation. ABB has selected AGX Dynamics from Algoryx to power simulations of multibody systems and hose dynamics.

Algoryx wins simulation contract with Japanese government for Fukushima Robotics Test Field

Algoryx Simulation AB (Algoryx), Sweden, and VMC Co. Ltd., Japan, have entered a joint research agreement with the National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, to develop simulation solutions for disaster response robotics.

Innoviz Technologies Raises $65M As Its Solid-State LiDAR Moves to Mass Production

Strategic partners Delphi Automotive and Magna International join new and existing investors to back Innoviz's groundbreaking solid-state LiDAR technology on heels of strong adoption

Sony backs Acutronic Robotics' hardware robot operating system

Sony is investing in Acutronic Robotics' Series A round, via its Sony Innovation Fund. Sony will also adopt Acutronic's Hardware Robot Operating System (H-ROS), for use in its own robotics division, the company says. This funding follows investment by DARPA in Acutronic's platform, which aims to become an industry standard for robotics components from across hardware and software providers.

PrecisionHawk Brings Leading Drone LiDAR Solution to Market

Hires LiDAR expert Jamie Young as Director of LiDAR Services

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Universal Robots Add a Sense of Touch in New e-Series Cobots with  Built-in Force/Torque Sensor and Re-Designed User Interface

Universal Robots Add a Sense of Touch in New e-Series Cobots with Built-in Force/Torque Sensor and Re-Designed User Interface

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