Easy Aerial Launches GlobalARC, World's First Command Center For Drones in the Cloud With Built-In Air Traffic Control
Easy Aerial Inc. announces the launch of worlds first unlimited distance drone deployment and management system with built-in air traffic control and real-time video and data feed.
The contract will be managed through U.S. Army Tank and Automotive Command (TACOM) Non-Standard Equipment Office. These systems will bolster the ANAs mine and IED clearance capability and enhance freedom of maneuver across the battlefield.
The new models, HPG-R, add low-speed ratios from 3:1 through 10:1 including all integer ratios in between. HPG-R employs helical gearing for improved noise reduction and higher torque capacity. Ideal for a variety of machinery and equipment designs, these new models enhance the already successful HPG series.
Turck introduces the TBEN-L Ethernet spanner, which provides customers with a robust protocol converter, a much needed solution for applications dealing with multiple protocols on the same network.
What's the Best Drone on the Market for Beginners? Embry-Riddle publishes First-Ever Consumer Guide to Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Novice Users
Embry-Riddle Worldwide professors, experts in the UAS profession, collaborated with Worldwide and Daytona Beach Campus undergraduate teams to conduct dozen of separate quantitative and qualitative measurements on 12 readily available sUAS platforms.
14-15 October 2016 in Hamburg, Germany will host the first Specialized Exhibition and Conference Age of Drones. The show will gather worldwide companies from the entire Drones supply chain with customers and end-users in Schuppen 52 Hamburg Expo Center.
Spencer Soper & Shannon Pettypiece for Bloomberg: Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is working with a robotics company to develop a shopping cart that helps customers find items on their lists and saves them from pushing a heavy cart through a sprawling store and parking lot, according to a person familiar with the matter. Such carts are an emerging opportunity for robotics companies as brick-and-mortar stores look for innovative ways to match the convenience of Amazon.com Inc. and other online retailers, said Wendy Roberts, founder and chief executive officer of Five Elements Robotics. Roberts, who spoke Tuesday on a robotics panel at the Bloomberg Technology Conference 2016, said her company was working with the "worlds largest retailer" on such a shopping cart. That retailer is Wal-Mart, which is evaluating a prototype in its lab and giving feedback to the New Jersey robotics company, a person familiar said. Wal-Mart spokesman Ravi Jariwala said he couldnt immediately comment on the robotic shopping cart. Cont'd...
Gamma 2 Robotics Launches Fully Autonomous Security Robot, Partners with Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure
RAMSEE robot launched at HxGN LIVE, demonstrated with Hexagon software
Altair and Maplesoft Partner to Embed MapleSim Modelica Engine within Model-based System Development Technology
Altair joins the rapidly growing Modelica community for multi-domain simulation
Robotic process automation can be applied across departments, from HR and Customer Service to Finance and Operations. 70-80 per cent of rules-based processes can be automated,
Milrem and Leica Geosystems Announce Pegasus:Multiscope: A New Unmanned Ground Vehicle for Surveying, Security, and Monitoring Applications
UGV Technology to demo at HxGN LIVE featuring the worlds first unmanned off-road mobile mapping vehicle
Simbe Robotics Brings Autonomous Shelf Auditing and Analytics to the Food Retail Industry at FMI Connect 2016 in Chicago
FMI Connect showcases the ideas, products, partnerships and professional development for the retail food industry. Simbe will be showcasing Tally, the world's first robotic autonomous shelf auditing and analytics solution, in the conference Technology Zone.
The first fully modular hybrid unmanned ground vehicle THeMIS, developed by Milrem with the wireless remote weapon station ADDER by Singapore Technologies Kinetics.
Graham Templeton for ExtremeTech: Google’s artificial intelligence researchers are starting to have to code around their own code, writing patches that limit a robot’s abilities so that it continues to develop down the path desired by the researchers — not by the robot itself. It’s the beginning of a long-term trend in robotics and AI in general: once we’ve put in all this work to increase the insight of an artificial intelligence, how can we make sure that insight will only be applied in the ways we would like? That’s why researchers from Google’s DeepMind and the Future of Humanity Institute have published a paper outlining a software “killswitch” they claim can stop those instances of learning that could make an AI less useful — or, in the future, less safe. It’s really less a killswitch than a blind spot, removing from the AI the ability to learn the wrong lessons. Cont'd...
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