From the robotics laboratory of Ben Gurion University: The main goal of this project it to allow users with only basic background in programming to develop software for controlling robots using ROS, this by developing a graphical interface that is user-friendly and convenient for programing to ROS. Researchers or other users often encounter a problem when come to develop a robot, they lack extensive background in programming and most of the times comes from a slightly different backgrounds (such as mechanical engineering or electrical engineering) which requires them long-term learning or rely on other professionals. The graphical interface shown in this project suggests that a researcher or a user to control a robot in a simple and more intuitive way without having to spend weeks learning the principles of ROS and without having to learn to program at all. This project product is a web-content, generic, open source, extensible and user-friendly program that helps in the development of a ROS based robot, while providing tools for correct developing... ( cont'd )
At this AUTOMATICA the hype theme was definitely collaborative robotics -- our robots can work alongside your human workers safely.
Rethink Robotics' latest software makes Baxter work twice as fast, with twice the precision previously possible.
The partnership will enable new opportunities in multi-spectral and hyperspectral imaging thanks to highly compact and low-weight camera solutions.
The PurePixel Precision Vegetation Health Solution provides specialized processing of multi-spectral images used for crop health analysis.
Response to New York Times article - As Robotics Advances, Worries of Killer Robots Rise - by John Markoff and Claire Cain Miller
RIA Responds to New York Times article - As Robotics Advances, Worries of Killer Robots Rise - by John Markoff and Claire Cain Miller
The Cogswell Award is the most prestigious honor the Defense Security Service (DSS) presents to cleared industry.
RE2 to assess feasibility of robotic technologies for vineyard operations
Two affordable product lines expand Scalance W portfolio---- Access points and client modules feature compact designs---- 150 Mbit/s and 300 Mbit/s bandwidths, according to the IEEE 802.11n standard
Hear Experts from Around the World Speak on the Hottest Topic in Robotics
Expands Support of Veterans with SoldierSocks Partnership
New Technologies to Enhance Performance, Reliability and Environmental Profile Showcased at O&S International Trade Fair for Surface Treatments & Coatings
Features USB thumb drive form factor iCE40HX-1k on board 2 x 6 position Digilent Pmod™ connector for other peripheral connections FTDI 2232H USB device allows iCE device programming and UART interface to a PC Vishay TFDU4101 IrDA transceiver Five user LEDs Discera 12 Mhz MEMS oscillator Micron 32 Mbit N25Q32 SPI flash USB connector provides the power supply 16 LVCMOS/LVTTL (3.3 V) digital I/O connections on 0.1” through-hole connections Available from Lattice for $24.99
On-site technicians fill labor gap and handle automated material handling system and facility maintenance
Improved Tabletop Robot for Cell Production Applications, Featuring Significantly Higher Payload, Maximum Speed and Rigidity!
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
The ST Robotics Workspace Sentry robot and area safety system are based on a small module that sends an infrared beam across the workspace. If the user puts his hand (or any other object) in the workspace, the robot stops using programmable emergency deceleration. Each module has three beams at different angles and the distance a beam reaches is adjustable. Two or more modules can be daisy chained to watch a wider area. "A robot that is tuned to stop on impact may not be safe. Robots where the trip torque can be set at low thresholds are too slow for any practical industrial application. The best system is where the work area has proximity detectors so the robot stops before impact and that is the approach ST Robotics has taken," states President and CEO of ST Robotics David Sands.