Tarsus launches Additive Manufacturing Shows for vertical markets

The new events will incorporate 3D Printshow

PRENAV's 'Hello World' Video Recognized at Flying Robot international Film Festival

Groundbreaking Autonomous Drone Approved by FAA for Commercial Use

Yaskawa Motoman Prepares for Continued Growth with New V.P. and Organizational Changes

Scott Jenkins has joined Yaskawa Motoman as Vice President of North American Sales & Marketing.

MIP Robotics Launches Its First Model of New Generation Industrial Robot "MIP Junior", Designed with Its Own Technology

After several years of R&D, MIP robots have a new gear reducer type suited for robotics, patented by the French start-up.

MakieLab Named LA Tech Summit 2015 "Shark Tank" Competition Winner

MakieLab, the customizable toy manufacturer, earned the top prize

Mouser Electronics to Sponsor Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge Design Contest for University Engineering Students

The contest is currently underway. It will end at 11:59 p.m. (CST) on May 27, 2016.

Rethink Robotics and Sumitomo Announce Exclusive Distribution Partnership in Japan

Rethink Robotics' Sawyer Robot Now Available Throughout Japan

PV Nano Cell Wins IDTechEx Award for Best Development in Materials for 3D Printing

Company recognized for its portfolio of innovative nanometric conductive inks, enabling the mass production of printed electronics

New HfS Research Report Highlights Syntel's Strategic Investments in Intelligent Automation

Michigan-based global IT service provider Syntel collaborates with companies about tying their revenue model to an intelligent automation strategy noting the challenge is as much about strategic planning as it is about the solution. "Intelligent automation is in a very nascent phase of development and the large service providers, thus far, have not educated the market well on the implications of these innovations and their investments," suggested by the HfS report. Syntel starts the automation discussion around ROI analyses. This way, Syntel and the client can determined what components are scalable enough to justify the business case.

Intelligrated appoints Jon Tutuncu as senior director, commercial operations and strategy

Commercial operations veteran to lead data-driven optimization of sales, analysis and strategy

Electrical Slip Ring In The Application of Robotics

The rotating joint of robot has complicated structure and inconvenient installation, but we could adopt electrical slip ring to realize 360 degree with unlimited rotations freely in the robot, which through slip ring to transmit power and signal.

Ingenious Remote Operated Aircraft Tug unveiled in North America to ease Airport Ground Handling and to generate up to 40% more Hangar and Parking Space

World's only Aviation Tow Vehicle that can turn an Aircraft 360 Degrees on the Spot without turning the Airplanes Nose Gear is utilizing unused hard to reach Areas that are not accessible with conventional Aircraft Tow Tugs. A new Generation of Towbarless Ground Handling Equipment.

Robotics Alley to Host Career Fair for Engineering, Technical Jobs

For the second year, the Robotics Alley Conference & Expo will offer a free career fair for engineering, manufacturing and technical professionals.

USG Announces Partnership with Honeybee Robotics to Support Mars Exploration

USG's Plaster City gypsum quarry was selected by Honeybee as the ideal site to test the Planetary Deep Drill.

Nano Dimension Disrupts Printed Electronics with World's First 3D Printer Dedicated to Ultra-Rapid Prototyping of PCBs

DragonFly 2020 3D Printer being Demonstrated at Printed Electronics USA 2015 Saves Time and Money by Creating Functional PCB Prototypes In-House

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