AUVSI 2014 - Autonomous Avionics Opens Manufacturing Facility in Denver for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Autonomous Avionics announced today it has opened a small unmanned aerial vehicle (sUAV or drone) manufacturing facility in Denver to build custom sUAVs specifically designed to meet individual customers' needs. The company's new facility combines manufacturing, office space, and showroom to augment its on-line business.

AUVSI 2014 - Tech Source Condor 3001xF XMC Card Supports HD-SDI Output to High Resolution Avionics Monitors

Condor 3001xF features two HD-SDI outputs designed to support the new generation of avionics monitors running at resolutions of up to 1080p60 ----The card is ideal for retrofitting existing aircraft that have coaxial cables present with a new higher resolution (full HD) video format

TRADE NEWS: Agilent Technologies Acquires Electrothermal Analysis Technology from Gradient Design Automation

Software Identifies Thermal Problems During IC Development

Belden Takes Complexity out of Managed Switches for Industrial Networks

New GECKO 4TX Ethernet Switch Enables Fast, Easy Deployment and Lower Operating Costs

Kawasaki Robotics Launches Redesigned Website with Intuitive

User-Friendly Navigation and Architecture

Industrial Magnetics, Inc. Posts New Video Demonstrating Advantages of Magnetic End-of-Arm Tooling

Industrial Magnetics, Inc. has posted an application video of their magnetic Transporter® end-of-arm tooling that demonstrates how powerful Rare Earth magnets positively hold a part during transfer and offer more options for pick-up points on stamped, perforated and odd-shaped parts than traditional vacuum cups.

ViSCO Technologies Expands Business to North American Market

ViSCO Technologies established ViSCO USA in Illinois in order to provide prompt and attentive support for the increasing needs for machine vision systems for production lines in North America.

AUVSI 2014 - DACIS Offers Competitive Intelligence on Unmanned Systems Market

Defense/Aerospace Competitive Intelligence Service (DACIS) will show you how DACIS quickly gives you valuable strategic and tactical insights into unmanned systems-related budgets, customers, and business opportunities.

Trimble Irrigate-IQ Solution Now Available in North America

Irrigation Solution to Optimize Watering, Fertigation and Effluent Dispersal via the Internet

National Robotics Week Provides Opportunity to Encourage Interest in STEM Subjects

2014 marks the fifth year for National Robotics Week, and its stated purpose is to recognize robotics as a key technology for our nation's economy.

AUVSI 2014 - HoodTech Vision Announces Delivery of 1,200 Cooled MWIR, Stabilized-Imaging Airborne Payloads

The 1,200 MWIR payloads shipped from 2008 to date are deployed on small unmanned systems (UAS), and on piloted planes, blimps, ground vehicles, and manned surface vehicles.

Laser welding of metals also worthwhile with small batch sizes

LASYS 2014: Cost-effective laser welding of metals thanks to intelligent clamping - Micro processing possible with weld seam widths smaller than 100 µm

ABB reports four divisions on track,

Orders stable on a like-for-like1 basis, early-cycle trends remain positive---- Operational EBITDA2 steady, excluding Power Systems (PS)---- Strongly improved cash from operations---- "Step change" program launched in PS to deepen business transformation

Airwolf 3D Showcases High-Performance 3D Printers at USA Science & Engineering Festival

Airwolf 3D has been encouraging youth and teaching teachers to build and operate 3D printers for the classroom for nearly a year.

MakerBot and The Foundry Announce New Partnership

Two Companies to Work Together to Bring Next Generation 3D Modeling to the MakerBot Replicator 3D Printing Platform

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