General Purpose Programming Languages Are the Future for the Industrial Automation Industry and Are Overtaking Traditional PLC IEC 61131-3

IEC 61131-3 is the de facto standard in the industrial automation industry. It encompasses 5 different programming "languages". It makes designing simple programs straightforward and easy, and it does this very well.

Subsea Technologies: Optical Components in Deep Waters

Here, Knight Optical dives into the world of subsea technologies and runs through the optical components that are used to guarantee their high performance.

How AI is reshaping the edge computing landscape

How much computing power is needed at the edge? How much memory and storage are enough for AI at the edge? Minimum requirements are growing as AI opens the door to innovative applications that need more and faster processing, storage, and memory.

6-axis robots for injection molding open possibilities for manufacturers

6-axis robots in particular, aside from being among the most widely-used industrial machines in general, have become known as the trusted workhorse of injection molding loading and unloading.

Automatic Forest Fire Detection System With AI Enables Early and Efficient Fire Fighting

Instead of elaborately programming a solution, neural networks and deep learning algorithms teach an image processing system to see, recognize and verify objects - in this case smoke.

17 Robots, Teams From Around the World Vie for $8m in Prizes, November 4-5 in Long Beach, CA

The ANA Avatar XPRIZE challenges teams to develop physical, human-operated robotic avatar systems that can execute tasks and replicate a human's senses, actions and presence to a remote location in real-time, leading to a more connected world.

Most Accurate Lotus Car Ever, Thanks to Cutting Edge Metrology

The CMM installed in Hethel is set one meter into the floor on a special foundation. It means that a car for inspection carried on an automated guided vehicle (AGV) is able to access the area without the need for any lifting equipment.

Sarcos Successfully Executes Field Trials Demonstrating Suite of Robotic Technologies for Maintenance, Inspection, and Repair in Shipyard Operations

Sarcos robotic systems are designed to carry out maintenance, inspection, and repair activities, on and around ships that are underway and pier side, creating safer and more effective shipyard operations and improving the efficiency of sailors and shipyard workers.

The Way to Combine Metal and Plastic: Insert Molding

IM is a popular manufacturing process because it is fast and efficient. It also allows for a high degree of precision, meaning that products made using insert molding are typical of high quality.

Swimming with the Substrates: Infrared (IR) Applications

Optical Components are manufactured from a wide range of substrates, and the very materials they're fabricated from dictates their suitability for specific tasks.

BP is Improving Safety and Efficiency by Using Robotics to Inspect Offshore Sites Remotely

Leveraging advanced technology and robotics to scale operations and focus employees on complex or specialized activities while improving safety and increasing operational efficiency.

Robotics Plus unveils autonomous modular vehicle to alleviate agriculture labour shortages

Multi-use, modular platform Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) automates tree and vine crop tasks, starting with intelligent spraying

What Does E.M.I.L.Y. Mean for the Future of Robot-Assisted Rescue?

Year after year, researchers develop new technology to improve society. Automated defibrillators, artificial organ transplants and other devices save thousands of lives. E.M.I.L.Y. is another example of innovative technology designed for the purpose of preserving life.

Boston Dynamics and Others Pledge not to Weaponize Robots in Open Letter

Robots should be used to help, not harm. We prohibit weaponization, while supporting the safe, ethical, and effective use of robots in public safety.

Bipedal robot developed at Oregon State achieves Guinness World Record in 100 meters

Cassie clocked the historic time of 24.73 seconds at OSU's Whyte Track and Field Center, starting from a standing position and returning to that position after the sprint, with no falls.

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