H2 Clipper Achieves Major Advanced "Swarm Robotics" Breakthrough For Large Scale Airship Manufacturing
This foundational robotics patent using advanced "swarm robotics" achieves radical reductions of cost and quantum advances in manufacturing techniques for a wide variety of applications-including large scale lighter than air airships.
Advances in machine learning technology have made once-unreliable vision-guided robots an attainable, commercially viable reality. These systems improve assembly line precision in many ways.
Averting Factory Fires, Diminishing Downtime: How Thermal Imaging is Safeguarding International Production Lines
The system required a bespoke interface that could accurately test each battery for thermal runaway, and then export and transmit the data to a server to be cross-referenced and analyzed where anomalies were found to be present.
RoboticsTomorrow readers sought out Use Cases and Expert Insights to help guide them through the rapid changes happening throughout the industry. Here are the Top 4 Viewed articles from 2023.
The industry value chain is changing. We're seeing a shift away from highly customized fixed automation solutions to more modular, configurable, and standardized systems, like AutoStore and OPEX. This will have far reaching implications on the industry's value chain.
This article aims to dissect the trends within the four major categories of industrial robotics: SCARA robots, collaborative robots (cobots), gantry robots, and articulated robots.
We've reached that point in the year when it's time to reflect upon the trends from the past 12 months, while looking ahead at what 2024 has in store for the world of robotics and automation.
The manufacturing industry is undergoing significant changes due to the swift advancement of technology and evolving global dynamics.
As a machine learning technique, TinyML combines reduced and optimized machine learning applications that require hardware, system, and software components. These operate at the edge of the cloud in real time while converting data with minimal energy and cost.
Computer vision enables contact-free 3D printing, letting engineers print with high-performance materials they couldn't use before.
Purdue Polytechnic to dedicate nation's largest smart manufacturing ecosystem for engineering technology
This interdisciplinary program synergizes science, engineering, information systems and computing, focusing on manufacturing's next evolutionary step called Industry 4.0. The new facility ecosystem also has wide-ranging applications, opening up potential curriculum expansion.
The easy-to-integrate system consists of a module for robot arms, a computing unit with pre-installed intelligent software and a camera module, each equipped in series with two uEye+ XCP cameras from IDS.
GrayMatter Robotics and BetterWay Products Inc. Revolutionize Marine Manufacturing with Cutting-Edge Robotic Innovation
The World Robotics 2021 Industrial Robots report shows a record of 3 million industrial robots operating worldwide - an impressive 10% increase from the previous year.
What's Holding Back Robot Adoption? - With the UK Lagging Behind Its Competitors, What Needs to Change?
While it's hoped that figures will have changed since the IFR's previous report, the gap between the UK and other countries shows there's still a clear need to drive up robotic adoption.
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