Neato Robot Vacuums need powerful batteries to clean an entire house on one charge, and new lithium batteries last four times as long as old NiMH batteries. Consumers who do the math make the more economical choice by choosing lithium batteries.
Polymaker and Covestro Co-Develop a New Line of Polycarbonate-Based 3D Printing Materials with Market-Leading Engineering and Functional Properties
Polymaker Partnering with Covestro to Provide Enhanced 3D Printing Materials to Designers, Engineers and Hobbyists Alike
Proto Labs, Facebook make first appearances on ranking
Chad Fraser for The Street: Soon, robots could be doing much more than just vacuuming your house or assembling your next car-they could also invade your investment portfolio. If you're looking for the industry's fastest growth, you'll want to pay particular attention to what's happening on the consumer/office side, where sales are set to grow at a 17% compound annual rate between 2014 and 2019, according to a May report from Business Insider -- seven times quicker than the industrial-robot market. In addition, a number of radical new applications for robotics are emerging in the medical and defense markets, as outlined in this presentation from Investing Daily. Even though the automation trend is clearly set, there still aren't many pure ways for investors to play it. But that doesn't mean there are no intriguing options out there. Here are five robot makers to keep on your radar screen:
Leading members of the Judiciary Committee have remarked on the potential societal benefits of this game-changing new technology.
HASCO COMBINES STRATASYS 3D PRINTING WITH QUICK-CHANGE MOLD SYSTEM TO CREATE NEW PRICE/PERFORMANCE BENCHMARK FOR LOW VOLUME INJECTION MOLDING
Mold making pioneer reports significant time and cost efficiencies utilizing this approach for low volume production, enabling molders to quickly change inserts for different products
Over 50 delegates from 8 countries visit 20 Bay Area companies
New Thomson video shows how the Motorized Lead Screw's Taper Lock allows quick, easy de-coupling in the field
Thomson Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mechanical motion control solutions, has released a new educational video to help design engineers correctly service the Thomson Motorized Lead Screw in the field. The precision-engineered units combine a hybrid stepper motor and lead screw in one compact envelope to provide clear advantages with a solution that is smaller, stronger, and more efficient than alternate technologies.
Indiegogo - BUDDY, the Companion Robot from Blue Frog Robotics, Raises More Than $600,000 on Indiegogo
Blue Frog Robotics, developer of companion robot BUDDY, said its Indiegogo crowd funding campaign exceeded its goal by more than six times. More than 1000 funders participated in the campaign.
Qualcomm Announces Reference Platform with High-end Performance Capabilities to Advance Consumer Drones
-- Qualcomm Snapdragon Flight Supports Small, Light Drones with Advanced Video and Image Capture, Communication and Navigation Features --
MecklerMedia Announces Acquisition of 3DPrint.com and Creates the First Worldwide Advertising Network for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing
In addition to the acquisition announcement, MecklerMedia announced the launch of the first ad network for the 3D Printing Industry.
Focuses on Unmanned Automotive Technologies at RoboBusiness
BY HANNAH ROSE MENDOZA for 3DPrint.com: Soft robotics is a relatively new field of research that aims to create flexible robots that are more easily adaptable to human interaction. Often, the forms of these creations and the mechanics of their movement are inspired by a close study of nature in an effort to ‘go organic’ with machines. 3D printing with flexible filament is one way in which this integration of robot and movement is taking on a flexible aspect. For this particular installation, titled Exo-biote, the National Institute for Research in Computer and Control and the Department of Science and Visual Culture at the Imaginarium worked together, with support from Neuflize Bank, to create a robot organism that embodied the formal typologies and demonstrated the possibilities for movements in soft robots. After all, some of nature’s most amazing machines have nearly entirely soft bodies – think of the octopus, for example, able to lift, carry, walk, swim, shape change, camouflage itself, and fit through a tube no bigger than a quarter! Cont'd...
-- AGCO Enters the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Business Through Strategic Partnership with Emerging Market Leader --
The first office in Zhongguancun, Beijing, will offer an ARM mbed IoT Device Platform innovation lab and an ARM Cortex-based IoT system on chip (SoC) design lab alongside joint facilities with ecosystem partners.
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