A high school robotics competition is set to return to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in March. The FIRST Crossroads Regional will feature dozens of teams designing, building and programming robots.
QinetiQ North America to Provide Software and Systems Engineering Support to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Systems Center Atlantic
The work will support the SPAWAR SSC Atlantic mission of enabling net-centric capability superiority to Naval and joint warfighters through their work on the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) ENCORE II contract.
Intelligrated features new robotic mixed-load order fulfillment solutions at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2013
Flexible robotic palletizing and variety pack solutions meet mixed-SKU fulfillment requirements
New series offers high performance in compact package for power conversion applications
Microscan announces that it will host an educational webinar titled "AutoVISIONâ„˘ 2.1: Using Microscan Link for One-Click Industrial Connectivity" - a demonstration of the industry's easiest tool for connecting machine vision parameters to industrial control systems using common protocols.
Pleora Technologies, a leader in industrial video connectivity, has expanded its corporate headquarters and enhanced its web site to help serve the company's growing global customer base. Pleora's new headquarters is the company's most recent business expansion.
Navigation devices used by blind people today lack the ability to operate indoors and other areas where GPS is not available, and are unable to help the user deal with items that aren't part of maps, such as crowds and cars. Auburn University is building a prototype device under contract to the Federal Highway Administration that can address both problems, combining technology that it developed for Department of Transportation with technology that Draper Laboratory developed for soldiers and unmanned vehicles.
A new addition to the world's biggest selling printer applicator line-up; features compliance with PackML standards; see the Model 255 at Pack Expo Las Vegas, September 23-25, Booth C-2520.
Currie by Brenton's MasterPal High Speed, Bulk Palletizer or Depalletizer Featured at Pack Expo Las Vegas
Palletizes or depalletizes whole layers of almost any type of product - up to five full 500 lb. layers a minute; Innovative, servo-operated rotary tool outperforms vacuum pick and rollers; see the MasterPal in action at Pack Expo Las Vegas, September 23-25, Booth C-1920.
The Flexible Packaging Group will market new offerings including Toyo Jidoki automated pouch packaging systems and Inever stickpack and sachet packaging systems. The Flexible Packaging Group will build on the existing Pro Mach divisions of Matrix vertical/form/fill/seal machinery and Rennco vertical baggers and heat sealers.
Pro Mach and Rockwell Automation demonstrate packaging line-integration advances in Las Vegas, Sept. 23 to 25
The Universal Robots handle packaging and palletizing in any company searching for user-friendly, affordable automation solutions. At Pack Expo, the Danish robot manufacturer will showcase how the robot arms use advanced force control to handle even the most fragile and delicate items.
DENSO Robotics and the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management of the Technical University of Munich (IWB) invites you to "The Economic Potential of industrial robots - Challenges for use in Small and Medium-Sized Companies" event on 16 October 2013 in Garching near Munich.
High Demand for Industrial Robots is Continuing
ABB Robotics Pack Expo 2013 exhibit highlights new 8 kg IRB 360 FlexPicker and comprehensive Palletizing portfolio
New FlexPicker model expands high speed picking and packing of industry leading Delta robot to heavier items and larger product groupings
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