Robots4Autism Extends Name Our Robot Contest

Overwhelming Response of Names Suggested for RoboKind Robot Used in Autism Intervention

Sandler Law Launches Drone Law Practice Group

The firm delivers comprehensive legal services to designers, manufacturers, and operators of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Student Creates a Top 10 App for the Pebble Smart Watch

Developer of the popular fitness application is also part of a WPI research team working on a smartwatch application that will improve care for patients with severe diabetes.

National Robotics Week And MATE ROV Competition

The 2014 MATE competition highlights the role that ROVs play in exploring and documenting shipwrecks, studying sinkholes, and conserving our national maritime heritage sites.

Graphene - The New Magical Material

Graphene may possibly be the future replacement for silicone. Its a two-dimensional material that measures just one atom thick and has a breaking strength 300 times greater than steel.

DRC SafeStop Case Study

For the Robotics Challenge, to demonstrate the robots ability to operate a vehicle, DARPA chose to use the RANGER XP 900 EPS vehicles, which were all customized for the challenge with a TORC SafeStop Emergency System.

The Micro 3D Printer Reaches $2 Million in 3 Days on Kickstarter

$299 first consumer 3D printer on course to overtake Oculus Rift in crowdfunding race

Collaborative Robots Workshop in Boston on April 16, 2014

"This workshop brings together robotics industry leaders, researchers, suppliers and integrators to help us understand where we are today and where we're headed in the future with collaborative robots."

Savioke Secures Seed Funding From AME Cloud Ventures, Google Ventures and Morado Venture Partners

Former Willow Garage CEO to Lead Service Robotics Company

The Micro Reaches $1 Million on Kickstarter in 25 Hours

M3D smashes $50,000 target to bring 3D printing to widespread consumer market.

Be Awesome! Support Team 6412 on Kickstarter as They Explore New Ways to Raise Funds for the High School Robotics Program

Kickstarter is a unique way for high school robotics programs to raise awareness and funds.

Increased Show Floor, Conference, Number of Attendees and Exhibitors result in High Volume of Sales at Show

The final verified statistics from the event resulted in a total attendance of 6,489- an 11% increase over the launch event in 2012.

AUVSI 2014 Special News Report

This is our special news page where you can read about and post news and announcements about products and services exhibited at AUVSI 2014 Unmanned Systems.

Drones in the Water

Essentially, were creating drones for water that produce mapping capabilities; its somewhat similar to air drones (i.e.: fixed wing UAVs) that map from the sky, but were mapping from the water.

With a Year to go, the Automate Show is Already the Largest Ever

Automate 2015, North America's leading automation event, will be held March 23-26, 2015 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

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