DigInfo.tv, a Tokyo-based website recently posted a video from a presentation by the Japan’s Ministry of Defense. The flying orb weighs 350 g, is 42 cm in diameter, and is made of commercially available parts costing a total of around US$1,400. The video below is from the public unveiling:
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Northwire Technical Cable, an innovative solutions provider in the marketing, design and manufacture of technical and retractile cables and cable assemblies, unveils a new Spanish-language website.
Northwire Technical Cable expanded its Santa Teresa, New Mexico, manufacturing area by 11,000 square feet (1,021.93 square meters) in 2011.
Northwire came to the rescue when operations at one of the world's largest casino's underwater entertainment venue were waylaid by failed underwater cable. Faced with liquidated damages, the contractor responsible for the installation contacted Northwire for an expedited custom solution.
Nanomotion's new FBR60 piezo-electric miniature rotary stage is now from available from Heason Technology.
Health Robotics Announces the Successful Implementation of the i.v.STATION Robot at Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Health Robotics today announced the successful implementation of i.v.STATION at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, with the opening of its new and state-of-the-art hospital facility, the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
Full automatic packaging line of parenteralia in pharmaceutical industry.
Functional and economic factors to be considered in choosing integral control and fieldbus enabled brushless servo motors discussed in new Dunkermotor white paper.
Altera has now developed what it claims is the world's first FPGA-based 1080p, 30-frames HD video analytics engine.
Evolution Robotics Expands National Retail Distribution for Mint Automatic Floor Cleaner Product Line
Due to Overwhelming Demand, Mint Plus, Mint and Accessories Expands to Nearly 6,000 Additional U.S. Retail Locations
Microscan announces it will demonstrate barcode and machine vision automation solutions in Booth #A154 at the upcoming Industrial Automation Show, scheduled to take place November 1 to 5, 2011, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) in Shanghai, China.
Odos imaging's 1.3 megapixel 2+3D camera can capture accurate 3D images at 100 frames per second; allowing the system to capture very fast moving objects without degradation even in the brightest sunlight. Combining proprietary technology with conventional 2D image capture, an Odos imaging solution provides unambiguous 3D images at video rates from a single unit. Very short, intense pulses of invisible light are used to illuminate the scene. The high intensity of the pulse minimizes the effect of ambient light and allows for outdoor operation. These pulses are reflected by objects within the scene and are detected by the image sensor. Proprietary algorithms convert the detected pulses into a distance measurement. Simultaneously, a conventional 2D image of the scene is captured. Each pixel on the sensor provides both distance and intensity information.
Helps Fend Off Unwanted Takeover Attempts
Rockwell Automation introduces Allen-Bradley ControlLogix 5570 Series PACs.
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