DJI Inspire 1

DJI's new Inspire 1 with 4K camera( $2899 USD from DJI ): Aircraft specs: Hovering Accuracy (GPS Mode) Vertical: 1.6' / 0.5 m Horizontal: 8.2' / 2.5 m Maximum Angular Velocity Pitch: 300°/s Yaw: 150°/s Maximum Tilt Angle 35°/s Maximum Ascent/Descent Speed Ascent: 16.4 fps / 5 m/s Descent: 13.1 fps / 4 m/s Maximum Speed 72.2 fps / 22 m/s (Attitude mode; no wind) Maximum Flight Altitude 14,764' / 4,500 m Maximum Wind Speed Resistance 32.8 fps / 10 m/s Maximum Flight Time Up to 18 minutes Camera: Model Name: X3 Designation: FC350 Sensor Sony EXMOR 1/2.3" CMOS Resolution 12.0 MP Lens Field of View: 94° Focal Length (35 mm Equivalent): 20 mm  Aperture: f/2.8 Design: 9 elements in 9 groups; aspherical lens element Filters: Anti-distortion filter; UV filter Video Recording UHD (4K): 4096 x 2160: 24p, 25p 3840 x 2160: 24p, 25p, 30p FHD (1080p): 1920 x 1080: 24p, 25p, 30p, 48p, 50p, 60p HD (720p): 1280 x 720: 24p, 25p, 30p, 48p, 50p, 60p Maximum Biterate: 60 Mbp/s File Format Photo: JPEG, DNG Video: MP4 in a .MOV wrapper (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264) Recording Media Type: microSD/SDHC/SDXC up to 64 GB Speed: Class 10 or faster Format: FAT32/exFAT Photography Modes Single shot Burst: 3, 5, 7 frames per second (AEB: 3/5 frames per second; 0.7 EV bias) Time-lapse Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C Gimbal: Model Zenmuse X3 Number of Axes 3-axis Control Accuracy ±0.03° Maximum Controlled Rotation Speed Pitch: 120°/s Pan: 180°/s Controlled Rotation Range Pitch: -90° to +30° Pan: ±330° Angular Vibration Range ±0.03° Output Power Static: 9 W In Motion: 11 W Operational Current Static: 750 mA In Motion: 900 mA Mounting Detachable   Video with required "Johnny Ives-alike" introductory speech:

Project Beyond: 360° 3D Camera

From Project Beyond/Samsung: Today we offer a sneak preview of Project Beyond,the world’s first true 3D 360˚ omniview camera. Beyond captures and streams immersive videos in stunning high-resolution 3D, and allows every user to enjoy their viewing experience in the way they see fit. It offers full 3D reconstruction in all directions, using stereo camera pairs combined with a top-view camera to capture independent left and right eye stereo pairs. Project Beyond uses patent-pending stereoscopic interleaved capture and 3D-aware stitching technology to capture the scene just like the human eye, but in a form factor that is extremely compact. The innovative reconstruction system recreates the view geometry in the same way that the human eyes see, producing unparalleled 3D perception. Project Beyond is not a product, but one of the many exciting projects currently being developed by the Think Tank Team, an advanced research team within Samsung Research America. This is the first operational version of the device, and just a taste of what the final system we are working on will be capable of. Once complete, we hope to deploy Project Beyond around the world to beautiful and noteworthy locations and events, and allow users to experience those locations as if they were really there. The camera system can stream real time events, as well as store the data for future viewing... ( website )

Are Ag Robots Ready? 27 Companies Profiled

This article profiles 27 of the many companies (from conglomerates to start-ups) attempting to provide robotic solutions for farming problems and explores what they are doing, when their products will be available, and at what cost.

TUSExpo announces first speakers

TUSExpo has announced its first speakers scheduled to present during the first European Unmanned Systems trade show and conference, taking place 4-6 February 2015 in the World Forum, The Hague.

NEW CEO AT KUKA ROBOTICS CORPORATION US

Mr. Gemma brings over 29 years of relevant industry experience to his new role at KUKA Robotics Corporation.

Fabtech - "Cut it & Weld it!" at FABTECH 2014 Atlanta with KUKA Robotics Corporation

November 11-13th KUKA Robotics will show Plasma Cutting, and Welding, at FABTECH 2014 booth C-2956

Innodisk Expands Embedded Peripheral Series with Communication Modules, for IoT and Embedded Applications.

Expansion Modules add Gigabit-Ethernet or Multiport Serial Connectivity

UCF STUDENTS DESIGN ROBOTIC ARM FOR CHILD USING STRATASYS 3D PRINTING

Design file for robotic arm will be published online for public access

New DENSO VS-Series Aseptic Robot

Sterilizable, for Pharmaceutical, Medical and Life Sciences Applications

Atlas Karate Kid

Atlas robot at IHMC standing on a stack of cinder blocks doing various poses. Robot is built by Boston Dynamics.

A First in Space History - Rosetta Space Probe Lands on Comet after Ten Years of Travel

This ballistic lander, weighing 100 kg, landed successfully on the comet on November, 12th 2014.

Micro Stepper Motors Keep Surgical Viewing System Small

Compact, automated lens positioner allows surgeons to view retina and cornea without effort or neck strain.

Book co-published by SAE International and AUVSI Explores the Application of Autonomous Technologies

"Autonomous Technologies: Applications That Matter," is a book from SAE International and AUVSI that explores autonomous technologies and how they are being applied now and how they may be used in the future.

Softing at Automation Fair Booth 238

November 19-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center

Digi International Launches the XBee® ZigBee Cloud Kit

Easiest and Fastest Way for Product Developers and Makers to Create cloud-connected prototypes using XBee ZigBee technology

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Servo2Go - Low-cost Tin-Can Stepper Motors from Nippon Pulse feature high torque and compact size

Servo2Go - Low-cost Tin-Can Stepper Motors from Nippon Pulse feature high torque and compact size

The PF/PFC series tin-can stepping motors are conventional magnet-driven rotary stepper motors with a permanent magnet in their rotor core. Rotating in proportion to the number of pulses sent to the motor, the stepper motor is frequency synchronized and can change speed depending on the frequency of the pulse signal.