Batteries not included: the importance of robot batteries

One of the key reasons for using an industrial robot to automate a process is to improve product quality, through increased reliability and accuracy. But for robots to be truly reliable and safe, engineers should ensure they have the correct power solutions. Here, Michele Windsor, global marketing manager at robot battery specialist Ultralife Corporation, explains the impact poor design and integration of batteries can have on industrial robots.

Social impact of AI is emerging as hot topic at Fog World Congress 2018

Fog World Congress 2018 will feature diverse topics ranging from tutorials and research to the social impact of AI, autonomous robotics and blockchain in fog environments

A LiDAR REVOLUTION: ROBOSENSE LAUNCHES INTELLIGENT AUTONOMOUS DRIVING LIDAR SYSTEM

RoboSense RS-IPLS is First Hardware & Software Algorithm Based Solution for The Mass Production of Safer Low-Cost Autonomous Vehicles

GeckoSystems, an AI Robotics Co., Improves Power Wheelchair Safety

AI enabled human quick sense and avoid of moving and/or unmapped obstacles that opens up the immense HME/DME rehab and power wheelchair markets to GeckoSystems for a first mover opportunity.

Choosing the Best Machine Vision Technique for Robot Guidance

There are numerous approaches to robot guidance using machine vision techniques, such as stereo vision and photogrammetry, time of flight, structured light, light coding, and laser triangulation.

Resilience to be New Part of CES 2019

New conference program and exhibit area will feature tech keeping us healthy and safe

"Robotics Skins" turn everyday objects into robots

Developed in the lab of Yale's Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio, NASA-inspired robotic skins enable users to turn soft objects - a stuffed animal or a foam tube, for instance - into robots.

Dig Into STEM Learning with UBTECH's Newest JIMU Robot BuilderBots Series: Overdrive Kit

Faster and More Versatile Than Ever, the JIMU Robot BuilderBots Series: Overdrive Kit Expands the Best-Selling BuilderBots Series with New Programmable Motors, Sensors, and More

AI Could Beat Humans at Everything by 2030

Specialized AI applications will become both progressively ordinary and more useful by 2030, improving our economy and quality of life.

IDC Develops World's First Web-Browsing Robot

IDC was briefed to develop a humanoid robot that was capable of typing with fingers like a human to mimic the typing of a user, at a typing speed of 3-4 keys/second.

WIN-A-ROBOT COMPETITION LAUNCHED BY EPSON

Placing tech in the hands of the future: Epson launches EMEAR-wide robot competition

COMAU AND ARGOTEC PRESENT ATENA: THE FIRST ROBOTIC SYSTEM FOR THE FUNCTIONAL TESTING OF NANOSATELLITES

ATENA (Advanced Testing Emulator for Nanosatellite Arm) simplifies simulations of satellite performance, generally carried out through complex numerical analysis and tests of hardware, software, navigation and control algorithms, which usually return results difficult to interpret.

miniDSP's nanoSHARC 2x8 Plug-In is Now Live

The nanoSHARC 2x8 Plug-In is a DSP Configuration for the nanoSHARC Kit Platform

ACEINNA Launches the First Open Source IMU Development Kit for Drones, Robots and AGVs

ACEINNA Integrated Hardware and Software Can Slash Development Time and Costs by Up to 80%

RIA Announces Joseph F. Engelberger Foundation Grants

Women in Robotics and Elder Care Robots are 2018 Grant Categories

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Swift Naviagtion - Ruggedized Robustness for Robotic Applications

Swift Naviagtion - Ruggedized Robustness for Robotic Applications

Duro® is a ruggedized version of Swift Navigation's Piksi® Multi RTK GNSS receiver. Built to be tough, Duro is designed for easy integration into existing equipment. This affordable, easy-to-deploy GNSS sensor delivers robust, centimeter-accurate positioning while protected against weather, moisture, vibration, dust, water immersion and the unexpected that can occur in outdoor long-term deployments.