KW-Software Set to Become Phoenix Contact Software

KW-Software GmbH, a leading provider of automation software technology based in Lemgo, Germany, will change its name to Phoenix Contact Software on January 1, 2015.

Cadence Announces Protium Rapid Prototyping Platform and Expands System Development Suite Low-Power Verification

Protium rapid prototyping platform features flow compatibility with Palladium platform, shortening bring-up time by up to 70 percent versus competitive solutions ----New Protium rapid prototyping platform increases capacity by 4X over the previous generation ---- Palladium XP II verification computing platform now features IEEE 1801 support for improved low-power verification

CrowdFunding - SL Interphase Launches Robot Kit "Logitraxx" on Kickstarter

Logitraxx is an FPGA based Do-it-Yourself robot learning kit for engineers and enthusiasts.

Unmanned Electric Aircraft Take Agriculture by Storm

The DLG (German Agricultural Society) Field Days 2014, held recently at the DLG Crop Protection Center at Bernberg-Strenzfeld, Germany, showcased many new innovations in crop production for the German and other European producers present.

Sierra-Olympic Introduces Continuous Zoom, Uncooled LWIR Thermal Chassis Camera

The Vinden CZ series is designed as an open-frame chassis camera for integrators and OEMs in industrial, security/surveillance, and military markets.

Klein® Tools Introduces the Switch Drive System

Switch from a handle to a drill in a snap!

Midwest Engineering Systems Opens Two New Facilities

Midwest Engineering Systems is expanding and opening a Engineering office in Wisconsin and a welding and service manufacturing facility in Colorado.

AutonomouStuff and Harbrick debut PolySync™, the Autonomy Operating System, at AVS

AutonomouStuff provides demonstration at Automated Vehicles Symposium

In-House Solutions launches OCTOPUZ website

OCTOPUZ.com is designed to provide a focus on simplicity as an ode to the software slogan "Complex Made Simple".

SCHUNK wows a full house

SCHUNK team delivered a brilliant performance at AUTOMATICA 2014

Autonomous Solutions Inc. Supports Local Robotics Teams at Inaugural Cache Valley Robotics Fair

Featuring several robotics organizations from northern Utah, the first ever Cache Valley Robotics Fair shows how valuable STEM education can be and raises money for local robotics teams.

Virtuabotix & Artec Make It Easier to Teach Robotics, Science & Technology

It can be difficult to teach robotics, science and technology in fun and engaging ways. Because of this, Virtuabotix is working to grow its already expansive line of Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math (STEM) kits to help make it possible to teach these subjects in schools and at home.

New Makers in Store for Fifth Year of Maker Faire Detroit July 26-27 at The Henry Ford

More than 100 new makers to take over Henry Ford Museum for two days of unbridled creativity and fun.

igus - Welcome to the Chainflex® Guarantee Program!

Orange, silver, and gold memberships provide guarantees for predictable cable performance for up to 36 months.

Klein® Tools Adds New Demolition Driver Models

Engineered, manufactured and tested for prying, chiseling and punching.

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