Arduino and Atmel Unveil the Arduino Zero

Jointly developed by Atmel and Arduino, Arduino introduces Arduino Zero; a 32-bit evolution, powering the next generation of IoT development

KUKA Robotics Launches New Subsidiary in Australia

With its industrial robots, KUKA spans not just many different sectors but the entire globe. With the newest KUKA subsidiary, the Augsburg technological leader is now represented in Australia as well.

Precise Automation Announces the Acceptance of the PF400 as the First Collaborative SCARA Robot

Collaborative robots are mechanisms that can be safely operated next to people without the need for safety barriers.

OSI Optoelectronics Introduces Cable and Harness Assembly Services

Custom cabling and harness products for medical and military applications

igus presents the world's first printable bearing material filament for 3D printers

The new material is up to 50 times more abrasion-resistant than conventional 3D printed materials

Knighted to feature scalable order fulfillment systems and software at the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition

Intelligrated subsidiary to highlight picking technology and software for growing e-commerce operations at booth #2051

VECTORNAV LAUNCHES INDUSTRY'S SMALLEST, MOST ADVANCED DUAL-ANTENNA GPS-AIDED INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYS

Incorporating the latest MEMS sensor technology, the VectorNav Technologies, the leader in intelligent and high-performance inertial navigation technologies, today announced the introduction of the VN-300 Dual Antenna GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System (GPS/INS).

The U.S. Army Announces the Regional Winners in the 2013-2014 eCYBERMISSION Competition

U.S. Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP) Recognizes 20 Student Teams for Tackling Important Local Issues and Creating Solutions that Could Help Effect Real Change

Medrobotics Closes $26 Million Series E Financing

Company Prepares for European Commercialization of the Ground-Breaking Flex® System in Otolaryngology

Kutta Technologies unveils DO-178 Ground Control Station (GCS) software

The UGCS-178 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides built-in airspace management through a DO-178 qualified tool, auto-routers and open interfaces; so that customers can easily integrate their services into the GCS.

FreeWave Supports RTCA Special Committee 228 In Developing Minimum Operational Standards For Unmanned Aircraft Systems

With extensive expertise in serving the unmanned industry for more than a decade, FreeWave volunteers to help the special committee create the standards

VectorNav Launches Industry's Smallest, Most Advanced Dual-Antenna GPS-Aided Inertial Navigation System

New VN-300 builds upon proven platforms to create the industry's smallest, lowest weight, best power requirements and lowest cost on the market

RAN-DEE, a Nevada Corporation, presents Kestrelfindme.com at AUVSI 2014

TSE Industries to Develop Prototypes of Telescopic Hydraulic Cylinders for Advanced Telescopic Technologies, Inc. (ATT) Using TSE-EcoWind® Polyurethane Composite Resins

Canada's Advanced Telescopic Technologies, Inc. (ATT) has announced that it will begin development of its Telescopic Composite Cylinder Hydraulic Hoist products using the polyurethane composite resins of TSE Industries, Inc. of Clearwater, Florida.

NJIT Granted FAA Permission to Test Unmanned Aircraft Systems

On May 8 the FAA awarded NJIT a COA, making it the first New Jersey university and first public institution in state granted permission to test the UAS.

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