The TALON V Robot is the first in its class to be IOP compliant as defined by the U.S. Army
Pack Expo - Motion Controls Robotics to exhibit new flexible automation solutions for palletizing and case packing at PACK EXPO International
Motion Controls Robotics to exhibit new flexible automation solutions for palletizing and case packing at PACK EXPO International
Enhanced Situational Awareness Provided by New Sensors Unlimited Shortwave Infrared Field-Ready Viewer
The new high-resolution video system provides the ability to view all battlefield lasers during day or night operations.
Kickstarter - Think Outside the Screen: KEECKER Unveils World's First HomePod Created to Bring Home Interiors to Life
³KEECKER is a totally new type of computer entirely designed with a collective and immersive digital experience in mind.
RoboBusiness -- Oct. 15-17, Hynes Convention Center, Boston
Qualcomm to Mentor and Support 10 Companies to Help Promote the Future of Robotics and Intelligent Machines
EmoSPARK 2.0 needs support with crowd funding AI cube production project
From NASA, Google's Project Tango, and Top Coders: Welcome to the NASA Free Flying Robot Mission Patch & Naming Challenge sponsored by the NASA Tournament Lab! In 2017, NASA is aiming to launch a robot that will be used on-board the International Space Station (ISS). The robot has been tentatively called the “Free Flying Robot”. Not that catchy, right? So here’s where NASA needs your help – we need the Topcoder community to help design a custom mission patch AND develop a name for the Free Flying Robot. So what is a Free Flying Robot? It’s a robot that is capable of functioning autonomously, but can also be controlled by a flight crew on-board the ISS or from Earth. It can conduct zero gravity robotics experiments, carry mobile sensors such as an RFID reader for logging inventory & inspect items using a built in camera Currently on the ISS there are robotic devices called “ SPHERES ” (Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites), and the new Free Flyer Robot program is being seen as a step forward in the use of robotic devices in spaceflight... ( submission form )
The total process of building a robot is first to identify a need, then defining the problem that must be overcome to accomplish the need.
Iowa State University faculty members are developing a new facility that will utilize a specially designed robot to gather unprecedented amounts of data on the growth of plants under different environmental conditions.
- Innovation Awards as Selected by U.S. Journalists -
The Game Changer Awards, produced by Robotics Business Review, honor the products and innovators pushing the robotics industry forward in critical areas.
3D Robotics Launches New 3DR Mapping Platforms for Fully Automated, All-in-One 2D and 3D Mapping Drone Packages
The new Aero-M and X8-M devices offer the most cost-effective, accurate and repeatable aerial perspectives for farms, construction sites, and other survey applications
Neya Systems has successfully integrated its UxAB autonomy hardware and software with the QinetiQ North America (QNA) TALON V platform.
George Brown College Center for Continuous Learning Announces Collaborative Agreement with Neumann University
George Brown College offers a direct pathway for graduates of their distance education-based, technical training programs into an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies Degree.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
REIKU's Cable Saver™ Solution eliminates downtime, loss of revenue, expensive cable and hose replacement costs, maintenance labour costs. It's available in three sizes 36, 52 and 70 mm. All of the robots cables and hoses are protected when routed through the Cable Saver™ corrugated tubing. The Cable Saver™ uses a spring retraction system housed inside the Energy Tube™ to keep this service loop out of harms way in safe location at the rear of the Robot when not required. The Cable Saver™ is a COMPLETE solution for any make or model of robot. It installs quickly-on either side of the robot and has been tested to resist over 15 million repetitive cycles.