Rhode Island-based Ivy League institution to receive free Baxter robot for innovative work in object manipulation
At the IAAPA in Orlando/Florida, KUKA presented the latest generation of the KUKA Coaster
igus has developed a lightweight and effective retraction system for feeding tubes for rivets and screws on industrial high-speed assembly robots.
Balluff's new IO-Link inductive coupler, with its small compact IP67 housing, is the industry's first compact inductive coupler to offer 32 bytes of bi-directional data transfer over a standard 4-pole M12 sensor cable.
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New Fotonic E-Series Defines State-of-the-Art in Time-of-Flight, Triangulation Technology
In this section, we'll discuss how to present the idea of automating your production with your workforce, and how to help diminish fears of working with robots.
The motion plastics specialist, igus is celebrating 25 years of offering specially designed flexible cables for use in Energy Chains.
Patti Engineering Achieves Control System Integrator Association's Certification for the Fifth Consecutive Time
CSIA's landmark Certification program, introduced in 2001, provides manufacturers an important management tool for use in evaluating and selecting control and information system integrators.
Panasonic Introduced Its Tomato-picking Robot and Parallel Link Robot at International Robot Exhibition 2015
This robot will autonomously deliver items to destinations.
FIRST Builds Momentum for Robotics as Official Extracurricular Sports Activity; Texas joins growing list of states to sanction robotics program as official sport
ABB Robotics receives the Global Powertrain Manufacturing Excellence award from the Ford Motor Company
Award recognizes the Flexible Cylinder Head Assembly system for bringing superior technical innovation and global supply solutions to improve investment efficiency
Flexible vacuum tooling system excels in automotive body-in-white (BIW) assembly
From RT.com: Governments should examine the effects of robotics on human civilization before automated machines leap “out of factories to automate all aspects of our lives,” a group of scientists warns. The Foundation for Responsible Robotics, launched on Friday in London, aims to persuade governments and industries to look at the ways robots will impact on society. They want organizations to look at the way robots could disrupt the job market, and believe policymakers have so far failed researched the issue. Robotics professor at Sheffield University and Chairman of the foundation Noel Sharkey said the potential problems must be considered. “We are rushing headlong into the robotics revolution without consideration for the many unforeseen problems lying around the corner. It is time now to step back and think hard about the future of the technology before it sneaks up and bites us.” Sharkey said growing numbers of robots are being used in the service industry, whereas historically robots have usually been used to automate factory work. Cont'd...
Teledyne DALSA, a Teledyne Technologies company and global leader in machine vision technology, today announced the introduction of 9 new Genie Nano area cameras. Built around ON Semiconductor's Python CMOS image sensors, these latest models deliver fast frame rates in a small, robust body, and are ideal for an ever-growing number of vision applications.
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