Ultra announces that it has acquired Varisys Limited ("Varisys") for an initial cash consideration of 16m. Additional payments of up to 2m will be payable subject to performance over the next two years.
Ultra awarded ¬£16.1m contract from EDF Energy for the manufacture and support of nuclear reactor instrumentation.
Ultra Electronics has announced that its Nuclear Control Systems business in Dorset has been awarded a ¬£16.1m contract for the supply of specialist instrumentation by EDF Energy.
Ultra awarded ¬£14m contract extension for the integration & installation of the UK's crypto modernisation programme
Ultra Electronics announces that its Communication and Integrated Systems (CIS) business, based in Greenford, UK, has been awarded a ¬£14m contract extension to its End Cryptographic Unit Replacement Programme (ECURP).
Ultra Electronics announces that its Command & Control Systems business, based in High Wycombe, has been awarded a contract worth ¬£32m by the Republic of Indonesia's Ministry of Defence for the mid-life modernisation of the first of the Fatahillah Class corvettes.
The Imaging Source's Series of Compact USB 3.0 Cameras Fully Operational up to 100m with Icron's Spectra‚ĄĘ 3022 Extension Solution
Tier 1 Automotive Supplier Contracts Evana Automation to Supply a Multi-Station Lean Manufacturing Solution for a Lane Departure Warning System
Evana utilizes diverse technologies to specialize in motion control, robotics integration and system architecture by linking production equipment, material handling systems, data collection, networking, as well as computer software and hardware into flexible, unified technology.
The Humanoid Robot Research Center at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and Rainbow Co., a spin-off venture company of the university, unveiled a new model of HUBO that will be entered in an international robotics competition scheduled later this year.
The LR17 is the first motor in a series with four different sizes.
ABB JOKAB SAFETY Develops Quick-Guard Modular Safety Fencing, Configurable to a Variety of Industrial Applications
Cost-effective modular system consists of a limited number of parts, delivered partially assembled, simplifying design and installation
Congressional Robotics Caucus Will Focus on Robots and Job Creation Featuring Seegrid COO Mitchell Weiss
The theme of the Congressional Robotics Caucus is: Robots go where it's dirty, dull, or dangerous.
Integrating Pre-Driver and MOSFET Amplifiers, New IC Offers Lowest Power Dissipation for 4A Stepper Motors
The emergence of robotic technologies for architectural design raises questions about how methods of construction might change in the future. Effective architectural robots have a great future in structured environments.
Total setup time including all programming and tooling took eight hours. Moving the robot from one application to the next now takes about 30 minutes.
Six axis robots provide all the advantages of the simple Cartesian systems (high speed, slim forearm and simple programming) but have none of the limiting features that restrict the incorporation of additional tasks. The 6 degrees of freedom in movement provides an extremely large work envelope within a small footprint.
The Roxtec system is based on a rubber-sealing module that consists of two halves, a center core, and removable black and blue layers. This construction ensures adaptability to different sizes of cables and pipes.
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