MediSpec Hybrid Circular MT Connectors and Receptacles from Molex Provide a Streamlined Solution Ideal for Medical Systems
High-performance system combines optical and electrical signaling in one connector; helping provide cost savings and simplify installation
Companies seeking to enable the routine use of surveillance drones across Britain are planning a long-term public relations effort to counter the negative image of the controversial aircraft. The Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Association (UAVSA), a trade group that represents the drone industry to the UK government, has recommended drones deployed in Britain should be shown to "benefit mankind in general", be decorated with humanitarian-related advertisements, and be painted bright colours to distance them from those used in warzones, details from a UAVSA presentation show. Plans are also under way to establish corridors of segregated airspace to fly drones – or UAVs – between restricted "danger zones" (airspace where test flights take place) in isolated parts of England and Wales. A series of presentations given by industry figures in recent months show public opposition is considered a major hurdle. UAVSA has discussed how it could use the media to disseminate favourable stories, creating a narrative that presents the introduction of drones in the UK as part of a "national mission".
You can pretty much give UAVs any use you want, provided that you have enough imagination and patience to see that function come alive. Some of the most common uses right now and in the future will probably be related to photography, mapping, surveillance, surveying and any other activities that might involve risking human lives.
Certification Verifies Kiva's Commitment to Excellence in Product Quality and Client Experience
Robotic-Assisted PCI Procedures Using CorPath® 200 System Will Be Discussed During CRT2012 Conference
"The interest in the interventional cardiology community continues to reinforce the value of the robotic-assisted PCI"
EGE introduces an online product finder for sensors. It facilitates the choice of suitable measuring devices for a wide range of applications. Using the product finder, customers can now make a pre-selection according to many criteria, and then choose among all suitable products. For quick orientation, the list of results includes download options for the sensor data sheets.
Full line of Dunkermotor linear and rotary motion control solutions now available from Olympus Controls' branches in Portland, San Francisco and Dallas areas.
new U.S. Air Force X-plane designated X-56A will explore active control technology for potential use in future high-altitude, long-endurance (HALE) reconnaissance aircraft.
New 2M Series compatible with existing micro-miniature aerospace/defense connectors
Precise Automation Introduces New 4-Axis Sample Handler with Servo Gripper Optimized for Use in Life Science Benchtop Applications
Precise Automation has introduced the PreciseFlex (PF) Sample Handler. It features a four-axis SCARA configuration with a servo gripper and is ideal for automating Life Science benchtop processes where price, ease-of-use, space requirements and safety are critical. Typical applications include handling, loading and managing plates, test tubes and microscope slides.
New Adept Courier Delivers a ROI Never Before Seen in Automated Material Handling
A total of 19,337 robots valued at $1.17 billion were sold to companies in North America, beating the previous record of 18,228 robots sold in 2005. When sales by North American robot suppliers to companies outside North America are included, the totals are 22,126 robots valued at $1.35 billion. Robots sold to automotive component suppliers in North America jumped 77% over 2010, while robots sold to automotive OEMs increased 59%. Sales to non-automotive customers grew 27%, led by metalworking industries (+56%) and semiconductor/electronics/photonics (+24%).
North American robotics companies sold more robots in 2011 than ever before, according to new statistics from Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry's trade group.
Health Robotics today released its upcoming 2012 schedule for USA's 56-city product education road tour, showcasing on-site demonstrations of its world-leading IV Automation solutions, directly in response to the extraordinary demand generated by its 2nd Generation robots and workflow tools post-ASHP Midyear.
Vestas Agrees to Continued Support of Global Science and Technology Program
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