FotoNation Partners with Socionext to Provide Game-Changing Capabilities for the Surveillance, Robotics and Drone Markets
"FotoNations passion, breakthroughs and proven track record of computer vision products were key ingredients in our decision to partner with them in these rapidly growing markets."
PrecisionHawk, Verizon, Harris and DigitalGlobe Jointly Demonstrate Technology for Safe Drone Operations
Industry leaders in cellular, aircraft surveillance, satellite imagery and drones bring together the best technology solutions to enhance safety as airspace congestion increases.
By Chloe Olewitz for Digital Trends: Most people don’t know a whole lot about the city of Leeds other than its distinct regional accent, but believe it or not, local Leeds University is actually known for being a pioneering research leader in the field of robotics. The university’s School of Civil Engineering has put together a key research team that is currently developing a fleet of civil service robots and drones that would effectively turn Leeds into a self-repairing city. The robotics research project is funded with £4.2M ($6.5M) of national funds, focusing on autonomous machines that would fix infrastructure issues across the city of Leeds, and perhaps, eventually, beyond. Leeds’ robot fleet will focus on robotic fixes for citywide issues like burst or damaged utility pipes, broken or nonfunctional street lights, and road fractures that disturb drivers on their way to anywhere. Three main branches of the project cover the functions of the Leeds robots: Perch and Repair; Perceive and Patch; and Fire and Forget. The Perch and Repair segment covers research into robotic drones that can land, or “perch” like birds atop tall structures like street lamps or building-mounted civil structures. The Perceive and Patch team leads research into drones that can survey popular roads or even particularly dangerous ones in order to identify and repair potholes where they exist, and in the future, even prevent them before they occur. Cont'd...
NASA and Worcester Polytechnic Institute Partner Again for Two Levels of Competition as the 2016 Sample Return Robot Centennial Challenge Expands
For the fifth consecutive year teams from across the globe will test their autonomous robot retrieval skills at WPI.
The ProDrone Byrd was built for everyone - folding up and easily fitting in any backpack to be taken everywhere
Growers Can Access Mixed Fleet Task Data from Raven Slingshot within the Trimble Connected Farm Solution
Former Space Station Command and Control Lead Engineer Joins as Chief Product Officer
FRENCH HOSPITAL ENHANCES COMPLEX KIDNEY CANCER SURGERY PLANNING WITH STRATASYS COLOR MULTI-MATERIAL 3D PRINTING
CHU Bordeaux is one of the first hospitals worldwide to pioneer kidney tumor removal by using 3D printed color multi-material models pre-surgery to locate depth of kidney tumors --- 3D printed models used as big driver to train tomorrows surgeons --- Easier visualization of their own organ increases patient understanding of procedures by up to 50%
3DR LAUNCHES "MADE FOR SOLO," A PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM TO HELP COMPANIES DEVELOP AND MARKET NEW DRONE HARDWARE
The drone maker also announces the first Made for Solo products as well as major new development partnerships with Epson, JK Imaging (Kodak) and Fiilex.
The tools made available through this joint offering will allow users to experience an improved reverse engineering process that begins with scans created using Artec's professional grade handheld scanners.
New federal government requirements for reporting of product ownership must be balanced against factors including convenience, data integrity and privacy.
The Revolve merges two microscopes into one, reducing costs and freeing up valuable lab space
Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE FORUM North America to Address Doing Business in the Age of Experience; Impact of IoT, Additive Manufacturing and Big Data
Thought Leaders David Rose and Jeremiah Owyang to Keynote on Disrupting Industries by Creating Remarkable Experiences
The Blue Print Files Of the Latest Ultimaker 3D Printer Models Are Available To the Public
Low-cost approach to extracting critical concepts from public information sources in unfamiliar languages would support disaster relief and other quick-response missions
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Simpler, stronger, and more precise. ATI Industrial Automation has developed a series of Manual Tool Changers that provides a cost-effective solution for quickly changing tools by hand. They feature a unique design that combines high strength, excellent repeatability, and a patent-pending screw-cam locking mechanism with multiple fail-safe features, which resists vibration and prevents loosening. These robust and compact Manual Tool Changers can handle payloads up to 80 pounds (36 kg) and pass pneumatics and electrical signals.