Robotic Arm Wriggles around Obstacles

Whether reaching for a book out of a cluttered cabinet or pruning a bush in the backyard, a person's arm frequently makes contact with objects during everyday tasks. Animals do it too, when foraging for food, for example.

Healthcare Providers Prefer Robotic Helpers

Roboticists are currently developing machines that have the potential to help patients with caregiving tasks, such as housework, feeding and walking. But before they reach the care recipients, assistive robots will first have to be accepted by healthcare providers such as nurses and nursing assistants.

Cornell Robot Foresees Human Action

A robot in Cornell's Personal Robotics Lab has learned to foresee human action and adjust accordingly.

ONR Provides Common Controller Software Requirements

The Office of Naval Research has developed a blueprint for software that will be able to control multiple military unmanned systems.

EMpro Measuring Devices

EMpro devices work as stand-alone units or can be integrated into an energy management system with plug-in expansion modules.

Stäubli to showcase new technology for medical industry automation at OrthoTec 2013

June 5-6, 2013 in Winona Lake, Indiana

Are Robots Creating More Jobs in the US?

More than 14,000 online job ads required knowledge of robotics in the United States during the last 90 days, growing 10% year-over-year, according to WANTED Analytics™.

Three New Safety Light Curtain Variants with IP 69K Housings

Designed for use in washdown applications

New Method Joins Gallium Nitride and Diamond for Better Thermal Management

Demonstration may lead to three times more efficient RF systems

DARPA Seeks Clean-Slate Ideas For Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs)

Goal is to investigate radical concepts for 20X increase in MANET size

Health Robotics Appoints Gordon Meyer to Board of Directors

Mr. Meyer has more than 30 years' experience in the health care industry

Seahorse's Armor Gives Engineers Insight Into Robotics Designs

The tail could be compressed by nearly 50 percent of its original width before permanent damage occurred.

Ganesh Machinery Makes Waves at National Industrial Machinery Event

Ganesh Machinery Garners Major Success at the 2013 Precision Machining Technology Show in Columbus, Ohio

Metcam Adopts New Technologies; Expands Production Capacity; Resulting in Record Sales Growth

Metcam, a fabricator of sheet metal components and assemblies for OEMs, today announced it has completed implementation of a number of improvements, from plant configuration changes and floor space expansion to installation of more than $2 million in new equipment. These enhancements, accompanied by continued diversification of its customer base and expansion of customer relationships, enabled Metcam to achieve record sales in 2012.

Autonomous Solutions, Inc. is Named a 2013 Bronze Edison Award Winner

ASI's Guideline™ wins Bronze at Chicago Ceremony; awards celebrate 26 years of honoring innovators and innovation.

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