Senior Management Expects Humans and Robots to be Comfortable Coworkers by 2020, But Skills and Culture Gaps Pose Hurdles

New Genpact study reveals large disparities - in business performance and attitude - between artificial intelligence leaders and laggards; opportunities exist for companies that overcome internal barriers

Matternet Unveils the Matternet Station

The Matternet Station enables fully-automated battery and package exchange for Matternet customer networks; First networks will service hospitals in cities across Switzerland

Trimble Introduces Lower Power GNSS-Inertial Boards for High Precision and Control Applications

The compact Trimble BD boards include a broad range of receiver capabilities, from high-accuracy GNSS only to full GNSS-Inertial features for positioning and 3-D orientation.

Endeavor Robotics Wins Its Third Major Contract in Six Weeks with the United States Government

Massachusetts-based robotics company to deliver 75 'throwable' robots widely used by military and law enforcement personnel

FANUC America Announces Winners of Advanced Automation Challenge 2.0

The challenge requires participating schools to design an automation project that relates to a real-world manufacturing application.

Soft Robotics Releases Development Kit 2.0

The Soft Robotics Development Kit has been expanded and will be featured at PACK EXPO Las Vegas

Exoskeleton Market to expand $3.4bn by 2024

Exoskeleton market share is consolidated with the presence of few players including, ReWalk, Ekso Bionic, REX Bionic, Lockheed martin, Cyberdyne and Panasonic.

World's First 3D Printer Capable Of Producing High Precision Metal Objects Available Now

Digital Metal begins commercial production of its 3D metal binder jet printers, offering unprecedented detail, surface resolution and design possibilities for small components

ABB Pack Expo 2017 exhibit showcases leading edge product advancements that provide the flexibility to quickly adapt to evolving customer preferences

The Collaboration, Simplicity and Digitalization unique to ABB allow manufacturers to efficiently and safely handle multiple product and package variations

Microscan Debuts New Machine Vision Camera at The ASSEMBLY Show 2017

Microscan will run the first public demonstration of the new HAWK series machine vision camera at The ASSEMBLY Show in Rosemont, IL. The new development is poised to significantly exceed its predecessors in speed and power and will complete the Microscan's product line for machine vision.

Measure Improves Wind Farm Productivity with New Drone-Based Inspections

Turnkey solution delivers 75% faster turbine inspections & thousands of dollars in improved asset productivity annually

Servosila introduces Mobile Robots equipped with Software Defined Radio (SDR) payloads

Servosila introduces a new member of the family of Servosila "Engineer" robots, a UGV called "Radio Engineer". This new variant of the well-known backpack-transportable robot features a Software Defined Radio (SDR) payload module integrated into the robotic vehicle.

Novotechnik: Compact Touchless Position Sensors

Novotechnik, U.S. introduces the TFD Series of touchless linear position sensors provide wear-free operation in tight spaces. Maximum sensor dimensions are 40 x 27 x 7 mm thin.

Humatics Corporation Raises $18 Million Series A Financing Led By Fontinalis Partners

-- Breakthrough microlocation system and analytics software comprise a Spatial Intelligence Platform™ that will revolutionize how people and machines locate, navigate and collaborate --

Drone Security Issues to Be Focus of Two-Part Educational Session at Drone World Expo

UAS Experts from Major League Baseball, Department of Justice, Department of Energy and California Highway Patrol to Speak

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