TurtleBot Xtion Mounting Kit

The ASUS Xtion Pro Live is ASUS' Kinect alternative. I Heart Engineering now sells a Xtion Mounting Kit for the TurtleBot personal robot development platform . The mount is available for $39.95 here or can be purchased with a ASUS Xtion Pro Live for $249.95 here .

Persuadable Research Survey Shows Many Willing To Borrow Money To Buy A Domestic Robot

In a January 2012 survey conducted by Persuadable Research Corporation, it is clear that most people would be in favor of domestic robots. The list of task abilities that is desired from a domestic robot is quite long. At the top of the list is moving heavy things and providing home security. Other tasks include cleaning windows, washing floors and dishes and doing laundry. Interestingly, nearly half, 41%, said they might consider a loan to pay for a robot.

JOT Automation Inc. Moves U.S. Headquarters to San Diego

Exhibiting at first U.S. trade shows, Medical Design & Manufacturing West and APEX, in February

Tactical Micro-Robots Prove That Less Is Often More

Designed to be thrown up to 120 feet, the Throwbot could also move quietly throughout a structure and send back real-time video that revealed the layout of rooms, the location of barricaded subjects and the condition of hostages.

Interview - 3D Printing with the Cube and Cubify.com

Cubeâ„¢ is the first 3D printer specially designed for the home. From the sleek industrial design to the dimensions and weight - Cube will fit right in from the kitchen to the family room. Retailing for $1299.00 the Cube is ready to print right out of the box, you initialize like you would a cell phone and we will download 50 free print files to you immediately. The printer includes a cartridge of material that will deliver 8 - 15 average size models in a color of your choice - then simply reorder your next cartridge for just $49.99. Models will cost a few dollars to up to $10.00 for a large model. The printer dimensions are 14 X 14 X 18 inches high and it weighs under 9 pounds making Cube portable . . easy to use, fun to watch - and fit right into your home as a new member of your creative 3D family

Interview - Robotics in the Military

Mr. Pedersen founded RE2, Inc. in July of 2001 to advance the state of the art in robotics technologies for the military. Since that time, Mr. Pedersen has grown the company to over 60 employees with work in all aspects of robotics from innovative research in actuation and control to manufacturing of highly complex 2-arm manipulation systems. Mr. Pedersen currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Robotics Division of National Defense Industry Association (NDIA) and sits on the NDIA Board of Trustees. He also sits on the Robotics Technology Consortium (RTC) Board of Directors and the OSD Joint Ground Robotics Enterprise Senior Steering Group.

Unlock the Secret to Selling to the Military

Selling to the military is not easy, but if you are persistent and take one step at a time, asking questions along the way, military sales can add substantially to your bottom line.

Motoman Robotics Announces Participation in ROS-Industrial Software Repository

Yaskawa America, Inc., Motoman Robotics Division is pleased to announce its participation in the ROS-Industrial Software Repository. "ROS-Industrial will bridge the gap between research and the needs of industrial users. Leveraging the efforts of the wider ROS community of robotics researchers, Motoman Robotics anticipates implementing many of the new sensors, algorithms and other developments that ROS offers.

The Basics of Robot End-Effectors Webinar

ATI Sponsors Free RIA Webinar February 16th, 2012

RMT Robotics Announces Attendance at Tire Technology Expo 2012 in Booth #8200

RMT industry experts will be on hand to discuss latest trends in robotic tire solutions

iRobot Invests $6 Million in InTouch Health

Expanded Partnership Furthers iRobot's Commitment to Healthcare

Servo2Go introduces SVAC3 Digital Servo Drive with EtherNet/IP

ervo2Go.com introduces SVAC3 Series Digital Servo Drives. The SVAC3 is a powerful servo controller in a compact and cost effective package.

British Surgeons Pioneer Endovascular Surgery With Hansen Medical's Magellan(TM) Robotic System

St. Mary's Hospital Performed First Ever Fenestrated Endograft Procedure Using Robotic Technology

New SVAC3 Digital Servo Drive Features EtherNet/IP Connectivity

The SVAC3 is a powerful servo controller in a compact and cost effective package. This AC powered drive is loaded with features and options that make it a great choice for many OEM applications. SVAC3 drives can be controlled via analog signal or step and direction inputs. Alternatively, they can be programmed to act as stand-alone units with the power of Q Programmerâ„¢.

Precise Automation introduces PreciseFlex Sample Handler 4-axis robot

Precise Automation 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.

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Universal Robots - Collaborative Robot Solutions

Universal Robots - Collaborative Robot Solutions

Universal Robots is a result of many years of intensive research in robotics. The product portfolio includes the UR5 and UR10 models that handle payloads of up to 11.3 lbs. and 22.6 lbs. respectively. The six-axis robot arms weigh as little as 40 lbs. with reach capabilities of up to 51 inches. Repeatability of +/- .004" allows quick precision handling of even microscopically small parts. After initial risk assessment, the collaborative Universal Robots can operate alongside human operators without cumbersome and expensive safety guarding. This makes it simple and easy to move the light-weight robot around the production, addressing the needs of agile manufacturing even within small- and medium sized companies regarding automation as costly and complex. If the robots come into contact with an employee, the built-in force control limits the forces at contact, adhering to the current safety requirements on force and torque limitations. Intuitively programmed by non-technical users, the robot arms go from box to operation in less than an hour, and typically pay for themselves within 195 days. Since the first UR robot entered the market in 2009, the company has seen substantial growth with the robotic arms now being sold in more than 50 countries worldwide.