OCTOPUZ website now available in German

In-House Solutions has launched the German version of its OCTOPUZ website, aimed at providing expanded service to customers worldwide. The development of the bilingual site follows in the footsteps of In-House Solutions, Europe GmbH's opening last November - the company's first European location being led by Managing Director Dieter Ottman in Spalt, Germany. OCTOPUZ is an intelligent offline robotic programming and simulation software ideal for both tech and sales teams.

Innodisk Unveils DDR4 Memory for Industrial Applications on Upcoming Skylake Platform

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A force‐controlled robot can be programmed to mimic the movements of a human arm, applying search patterns to find the correct position to assemble a given part.

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Dynamic interaction with a robot programming software has never been easier but it did come at a cost. Our entire simulation framework had to be designed from ground up to allow for instantaneous interaction.

Romo - Robot Powered by a SmartPhone

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Introductory To The Element Robotics Development Platform

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Our Ongoing OpenCV Resource

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"ROS (Robotic Operating Systems) Everywhere!" says Willow Garage's Steve Cousins

Yaskawa America's Motoman Robotics Division signed a collaboration agreement with the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) to port Willow Garage's ROS (Robotic Operating System) to the Motoman line of industrial robots.

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BitFlow Introduces 6th Generation Camera Link Frame Grabber: The Axion

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