1,400 visitors at the leading specialist conference on additive manufacturing methods
Will also launch Delair-Services to provide "all inclusive" drone solutions for major industrial groups
FRC teams across the world are using tools WPI helped develop, including 40 teams this weekend in Worcester
The boom can be fitted with up to 80 different tools, including hydraulic hammers, cutting discs, clamps, and buckets.
Incorporating Velodyne LiDAR's HDL-32E Sensor, OWL Technology from LSA Autonomy to Dramatically Transform Oversize Transport Industry
System Marks Major Leap Forward in Detection of Overhead Obstacles
Free Report Provides Insight from UAV Experts on Important Developments for Commercial Drones
International Investment Allows Agile to Accelerate Commercialization of Robotics Components
Intelsat General and L-3 Communication Systems-West Successfully Demonstrate Automatic Beam Switching for Unmanned Aerial System on Intelsat EpicNG
This software upgrade was funded and developed through a partnership between IGC and L-3 CS-West to ensure that the existing unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) platforms can take advantage of the 3x-4x throughput improvement that Intelsat EpicNG enables. This demonstration was part of Intelsat's ongoing ecosystem work validating the compatibility of existing hardware with Intelsat's EpicNG high-throughput satellites.
Drones, Data X Conference in San Francisco June 3rd focuses on the merging of big data, computer vision, machine learning and drones for Industry.
3DR Announces Site Scan™, The Premier Aerial Analytics Platform for Data Collection And Cloud Analysis with The Solo™ Smart Drone
3DR collaborates with Autodesk® and Sony® to deliver a best-in-class solution for collecting and analyzing aerial data.
The THeMIS, made in Estonia
By Brendan Byrne for ValueWalk: Researchers at Cornell University have developed an electronic artificial skin that doesn’t mind being stretched to 500% its original size (cell phone), glows in the dark and can move a bit like a worm. In a paper published yesterday in the journal Science, a team of researchers showed off glowing electric skin that could be put to use in future wearables. While artificial skin that responds to commands has been done before, electronics embedded in the skin have generally broken when stretched. However, the team seems to have leaped over this hurdle by using hyperelastic, light-emitting capacitor (HLEC) technology. “It’s actually much, much, much more stretchable than human skin or octopus skin,” says Chris Larson, a doctoral candidate and researcher in Cornell’s Organic Robotics Lab. “In terms of texture, it’s actually more like a rubber band or a balloon.” While Larson freely admits that he doesn’t know much about cephalopods, the team was inspired by biology, specifically, the octopus beak with its ability to both move and stretch. “The researchers created a three-chamber robot from the material, with the newly developed ‘skin’ layers on top, and inflatable layers below that allow movement,” according to a release from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. “As the chambers expand linearly, the robot moves forward with a worm-like wiggle.” Cont'd.. .
From MIT: This week a postdoc at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) developed a Trump Twitterbot that Tweets out remarkably Trump-like statements, such as “I’m what ISIS doesn’t need.” The bot is based on an artificial-intelligence algorithm that is trained on just a few hours of transcripts of Trump’s victory speeches and debate performances... ... ( MIT article ) ( twitter feed )
The event, held at the Millenium Gallery in Sheffield, saw over 55 attendees from the mining, robotics and autonomous systems sector coming together for a collaborative workshop on how to solve some of the major challenges within mining.
DRONE VOLT Launches its surveillance drone Capable of several days of autonomy At the Nüremberg IWA fair
This innovative model will be unveiled for the first time at the DRONE VOLT booth (stand n° 435 Hall 9) at the Nuremberg IWA (Germany) from Friday March 4th to Monday the 7th of March 2016.
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TX2 robots: redefining performance by offering collaborative safety and high performance in a single machine. These pioneering robots can be used in all areas, including sensitive and restrictive environments, thanks to their unique features. Safety functions are easy and inexpensive to implement. They allow a higher level of interactions between robots and human operators, while still guaranteeing protection of your people, production and investment.