Seegrid, the leading manufacturer of flexible AGVs, also known as robotic industrial trucks, will be officially launching its newest product at MODEX 2014 at booth #7317 in Atlanta, GA. The GWS35 is equipped with Seegrid's patented vision-guided autonomous navigation system and automatically transports palletized loads through manufacturing and distribution environments.
With Amazon announcing the launch of their Prime Air Project, Google too has decided to pitch itself as a worthy competitor in the parcel delivery race with the use of robots - a concept that Parcel2Go thinks will take the retail industry by storm.
Boots Industries Announces the Launch of The First-of-Its-Kind Self-replicating, High Precision 3D Printer, 'The BI V2.0'
The BI V2.0, a delta style 3D printer featuring widely available and self-replicating 3D printed components, has been launched by Boots Industries. The company has launched a Kickstarter campaign to roll out this new 3D printer with its sturdy self-replicating frame that offers one of the largest 3D build volumes and outstanding print quality to the public.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc., a leading National Security Solutions provider, announced today that its Advanced Drone and Targets Solutions (ADTS) Division recently received a $2.3 million contract award for unmanned aerial drone systems, aircraft, related support equipment and spares.
The MPC is a power-off brake module with an output shaft. The unit mounts directly on to a NEMA C-Face servo or stepper motor and the output can also be coupled to a NEMA C-Face gear reducer.
Rotary Electric Encoders™ from Netzer provide exceptionally accurate, high resolution, absolute position with miniature to wide diameter hollow shaft and are available with analog or digital outputs.
The premier exposition for model aviation, AMA EXPO 2014, hosted by the Academy of Model Aeronautics and presented by Go Professional Xtreme Custom Cases, will be held January 10-12 at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, CA. Anyone with an interest in general or model aviation are encouraged to attend to learn more about the model flying hobby, view and purchase the latest in model aircraft technology, mingle with model flying enthusiasts, listen to presentations by aviation experts, and enjoy a full weekend of camaraderie.
techJOYnT Academy is now enrolling for their Spring 8-Week After School Camps. Starting on January 6, 2014, students can learn LEGO Robotics Basics, LEGO Robotics Advanced, and Labview Programming.
A significant source of electrostatic discharge (ESD) failure in PCB manufacturing can arise from the application of masking tape to protect contacts during heating, flux, wave solder and wash cycles. Polyonics' new XT-658 high temperature, antistatic removable masking tape can be be die cut and auto applied, protects sensitive portions of PCBs from heat and chemicals, eliminates static charges and can be cleanly removed.
Penguin ASI Selects Flux to Deliver High-Power Battery Pack to Power Three-Ton Robot for Mining & Civil Construction
Development of the robot is scheduled for completion by the mid-2014
Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) recently completed the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Robotics Challenge trials at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.
8 teams eligible to receive up to $1 million to prepare for upcoming DRC Finals
techJOYnT Academy is teaching a new after school robotics program at Oakdale Public Schools. This is be the debut of techJOYnT's new Mobile STEM Lab - a facility designed to make STEM Education a possibility for multiple school locations.
The pre-launch allows prospective customers to learn more about this newest product in Seegrid's suite of automation solutions; it is part of the company's commitment to make affordable automation available to everyone.
The challenge is focused on human-scaled robots that assist in humanitarian aid and disaster response.
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Challenges on the loading dock are characteristic of greater pressures from the rise of e-commerce. Loading and unloading freight from trailers, trucks and shipping containers are arduous, repetitive tasks plagued by high turnover. Even with regularly available staff, manually unloading freight and the constant lifting and twisting results in fatigue and inconsistent, declining productivity. Robotics capable of fully automating unloading tasks bring a new paradigm to the dock. High performance and ﬂexibility push unloading from a labor-heavy, manual chore to an automated, reﬁned process. High-performing DC workers can take more desirable positions, with relief from unpleasant work conditions. Management gets to replace uncertainty and stafﬁng challenges with a reliable, automated process, with data to fuel continuous improvement.