Researchers from Sheffield Robotics have applied a novel method of automatically programming and controlling a swarm of up to 600 robots to complete a specified set of tasks simultaneously.
IDC Forecasts Worldwide Spending on Robotics to Reach $135 Billion in 2019 Driven by Strong Spending Growth in Manufacturing and Healthcare
The new spending guide measures purchases of robotic systems, system hardware, software, robotics-related services, and after-market robotics hardware on a regional level across thirteen key industries and fifty-two use cases.
The Future of Final Mile Delivery Lands at TU-Automotive's Connected Fleets Europe Conference & Exhibition
TU-Automotive has announced that the world's first autonomous land based delivery drone created by Starship Technologies will be coming to this year's Connected Fleets Europe Conference & Exhibition (Amsterdam, 19th-20th April).
The VEX Robotic Arm by HEXBUG received the award for Educational Toy of the Year at the Toy Industry Association's 16th annual Toy of the Year (TOTY) Awards, also known as the "Oscars" of the toy industry. This distinguished honor is granted annually to a toy that best enables learning through play. Receiving the 2016 Educational TOTY further cements HEXBUG and VEX Robotics as continued world leaders in innovative toys and robotics.
SimScale, the full-cloud engineering simulation platform, links up with TraceParts to provide its users with access to 100+ million 3D CAD models of supplier certified components
SME Announces Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series to Educate and Showcase Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
Topic of additive manufacturing/3D printing session kicks off series March 16 in Detroit
The papercraft robot that's making it fun for kids to learn to code is off to a strong start on Kickstarter.
Clearpath, developer of OTTO - the self-driving vehicle designed exclusively for material transport, has been chosen to supply self-driving vehicles for assembly line conveyance to John Deere's operation in Horicon, Wisconsin.
Embedded Vision Alliance/Summit 2016 Announces Keynote Speakers Headlining Event on Bringing Visual Intelligence to Products
Embedded Vision Alliance/Summit revealed that computer vision innovators from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Google Brain Project will be the keynote speakers talking about autonomous vehicles and deep learning, two of the hottest topics in visual intelligence.
General Dynamics Mission Systems has acquired Bluefin Robotics, a manufacturer of unmanned undersea vehicles (UUVs) that perform a wide range of missions for the U.S. military and commercial customers.
New Featherweight 16-Channel Sensor Checks in at 590 Grams, Ideal for UAVs; Product to Make Public Debut at ILMF
Autonomous Solutions, Inc. Elected to Robotics Business Review Global Top 50 Companies to Watch for Second Straight Year
Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) has been elected to Robotics Business Review (RBR) fifth annual RBR50 list for the second straight year. ASI has been recognized as one of the most noteworthy companies in the global robotics industry for 2016 alongside robotic giants like Google, FANUC, and Foxconn.
National Robotics Week Looks to Host More Events, Robot Enthusiasts and STEM Educators than Ever Before
Help Promote the Importance of Technology Education this April
Fivefold triumph for the KUKA small robot: with the American Good Design Award, the KR AGILUS adds another trophy for excellent product design to its collection.
Navitar, Inc, a leading USA-based manufacturer of precision optics and imaging system components, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Hyperion Development, LLC, a leading design firm and manufacturer of custom optical assemblies and OEM solutions. The companies expect the deal to close by the end of the first quarter.
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