Dynatect Expands Line of Protective Machine Guarding with High-Speed Door to Maximize Safety and Production in Facilities Requiring Safe Machine Access
Dynatect introduces the new Gortite® VF Automated Machine Safety Door designed for automation and safe machine access, to keep hazardous processes such as robotic welding separate from people, equipment, and materials. Dynatect's new door offers key machine guarding attributes desired by OEM machine builders and robotic system integrators.
This enhanced status provides Coldwater with priority sales and technical training and support when integrating Fanuc robots into its automation solutions.
Vision 2016 Trend Report: From hyperspectral systems, embedded vision and 3D technology to machine vision technology in detail
Asian industry's uptake of industrial robots is accelerating: in just five years its operational stock rose 70 percent to 887,400 units, (2010-2015). In 2015 alone, annual sales of robots jumped 19 percent to 160,600 units, setting a new record for the fourth consecutive year.
Machine vision integrator collaborates with leading Swiss software firm
Actuonix Motion Devices is proud to announce the release of their T16 series Micro Track Actuators. The T16 has been carefully engineered to push the boundaries of automation and affirms our commitment to leading the micro-motion marketplace.
Automation in the pharmacy for IV drug compounding is still in its infancy.
Motion Controls Robotics is excited to be joining the celebration at the 10-year anniversary of the Converters Expo.
Orders surged 61 percent in assembly applications while food & consumer goods orders increased 32 percent
The Festo exhibit features laboratory solutions from five independent manufacturers. Each manufacturer gained cost and market advantages from a Festo technology partnership. (Festo SLAS Booth #313) (Festo AquaJellies - the bionic artificial jellyfish - also at SLAS)
Mary Jo Foley for All About Microsoft: In the early 2000s, Microsoft was all-in on robotics. By the middle of that decade, the company seemingly had all but abandoned the robotics space. But this may be the year that Microsoft may be ready to get back into robotics, on multiple fronts. When Microsoft founder Bill Gates was still involved in the day-to-day operations of the company, robotics was slated to be one of Microsoft's next big things. Microsoft built a programming model and framework for developers working on anything from Lego robots to industrial-scale robots. However, that product, "Microsoft Robotics Studio," never really went beyond the academic and hobbyist communities and the company's ambitions in this space withered. Cut to 2017. These days, the home for a good chunk of the Microsoft current robotics work is apparently in Microsoft Research (MSR) -- specifically in the AI + Research (AI+R) Group under executive vice president Harry Shum. (I say "apparently" here because Microsoft officials declined to answer any of my questions on the company's robotics initiatives.) Shum is known for his work in computer vision and graphics and has a Ph.D. in robotics from Carnegie Mellon. Cont'd...
The AxCent™ (Axes for Centralized control schemes) product platform brings the proven and powerful performance expected of ADVANCED Motion Controls, with improvements to the design architecture that utilize years of experience in the industry and the latest advancements in modern servo system design.
Enabling a full object view with just one camera.
ATX 2017 - Design News Announces 2017 Golden Mousetrap Awards Finalists, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner WiFi Pioneer Cees Links
Gadget Freak of the Year and Rising Engineering Star Award winners also unveiled
Joni Nisula, CEO of Neovo Robotics, gave us some insight on how he sees the robotics industry evolving. "In Finland the trend is slowly shifting from overseas manufacturing back to local manufacturing.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
The NEW Collaborative Robot Vacuum Tool (CRVT) from Bimba adds unparalleled flexibility to your collaborative robot. The standard CRVT is highly configurable to meet your application needs, but simple to install and operate. This fully integrated tool means all you need to supply is compressed air and a signal to control the valve. A variety of standard and custom options make the Bimba CRVT the perfect tool for your next collaborative robot project.