Launch of the latest generation of the HERCULES 20, DRONE VOLT's versatile long-range heavy lift professional drone

The principal function of the HERCULES 20 is to carry payloads of up to 25 kg on inspection, mapping, materials transport and spraying missions.

Vaughn College's Robotics Team Earns First Place Recognition at International Vex U Competition

The Vaughn College team earned first place for the robotics skills champion category and are currently first in the world in that category with a second place overall finish in the competition.

New Health Community presents Charlie, an autonomous medical robot!

Discover it at the CES 2019 in Las Vegas, at Booth 50 000

NXT Robotics Announces Service Partnership with Ricoh

"This arrangement allows us to service our customers on a round-the-clock basis and continue to grow our business"

The 12th annual TraceParts design competition has been launched

Once again, TraceParts is throwing down the gauntlet to the CAD community with a competition on the topic of Christmas trees

InSight Lander Begins Operations on Mars with Highly-Capable Robotic Arm Built by Maxar's SSL

SSL congratulates NASA for arrival of InSight, celebrates fifth SSL-built robotic arm for Mars

Roam Robotics Secures $12 Million Investment Led by Yamaha Motor

Company Building Robotic Exoskeletons to Enhance Mobility for Everyday People to Launch First Commercial Offering for Skiers this Winter

Renesas Electronics Introduces 32-Bit RX66T MCU Group Optimized for Motor Control in Industrial, Home Appliance, and Robotics Devices

First MCUs Incorporating Third-Generation RXv3 CPU Core Deliver Dramatic Performance Boost for Enhanced System Integration and Superior Motor Fault Prediction in Motor-Control Applications with Embedded AI

The Nidec Group to Exhibit Latest Robotic Components, Haptic Devices and More at CES 2019

Nidec's booth at CES 2019 will feature demonstrations of motors and high-precision gearboxes for robotic applications, and haptic devices with innovative new applications, among other carefully engineered products.

Brain Corp Announces Product Launch with SoftBank Robotics

BrainOS® featured in new commercial robot for the Japanese market

Expanded Advisory Board of UAS Industry Leaders Set for Commercial UAV Expo Europe 2019

17 Industry Leaders to Help Craft Conference Programming at Commercial UAV Expo Europe 2019

BIOMEDevice San Jose 2018 Presents The Surgical Suite Showcasing The Latest in Surgical Robotics

Educational exhibit to highlight the newest frontier in minimally invasive surgery, robotic-assisted technology

Olis Robotics Joins NASA Effort to Develop More Sustainable Space Exploration Through Reuse, Recycling of Materials

Olis Robotics' software will support Tethers Unlimited contract to build NASA Fabrication Laboratory (FabLab) prototype by providing prOlis Robotics software technology will be used to enable robotic maintenance, fabrication, and experimentation needs in space through its proprietary operating system, OlisOS.ogressive levels of robotic autonomy

United Spinal Association Issues Recommendation for Insurers to Consider Powered Exoskeleton Devices Medically Necessary for Paralyzed Individuals

Recommendation points to health benefits, safety of exoskeletons for all qualified spinal cord injured users

Geek+ Robotics Brings Smart Logistics Automation Solution to CeMAT ASIA 2018

It's obvious that their ambition is to be more than a robot maker but a disruptive supply chain automation solution and service provider to boost the entire industry.

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