XDynamics Unveils D-02, Modular Customizable Industrial Drone for Multiple Professional Uses at NAB Show 2017

Accomplishing Your Specific Task with Task-specific Solution

Robomow Has Released New RX12 Model Robotic Mower in U.S. Market April 2017

Innovative robotic lawn mower product features easy-to-use characteristics with flexible installation options and full smartphone control.

XPONENTIAL 2017 - Valmie (VMRI) Plans Aircraft Roll-out at XPONENTIAL as UAV Industry Surges

Attendees are invited to View the Aircraft at Booth 841

SMP Robotics Autonomous Security Robots Keep Getting Smarter

S5 HD, the new version of S5 security robot is now enhanced with video management solution, security guard detection and object recognition is coming soon

Cloud4Drones Platform Enables Live Use of Drone-collected Data

The Cloud4Drones platform is expected to be commercially available in 2017.

RoboBusiness and TUS Expo Merger

Launch of Global Robotics Events and Media Powerhouse

AUVSI - All Things Unmanned

If you are interested in drones, intelligent robotics and unmanned systems, you might want to visit the AUVSI Xponential on May 8 - 11 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Dallas Convention Center.

ASU's Tom Sugar explores the next step in wearable robotics

ASU Now: Engineering professor to host, present at WearRAcon17 robotics conference in Phoenix.

Wichita Welcoming UAS Leaders for Annual Tech Forum

Entrepreneurs, investment professionals and other industry leaders involved or interested in unmanned aerial systems (UAS) will converge in Wichita, Kansas, August 30-31, for the 2017 UAS Tech Forum. The event will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wichita Airport.

Intel Editorial: For Self-Driving Cars, There's Big Meaning Behind One Big Number: 4 Terabytes

If 3,000 People Talked All at Once, Could You Understand What Each One Was Saying?

Army poised to transform ground robotics industry

Jen Judson for Defense The Army is poised to transform the ground robotics industry over the next year as it launches several competitions to define its future unmanned ground systems fleet.News:

Mouser Electronics Sponsors Hall of Fame at FIRST Championship

International Robotics Contest Inspires and Challenges Students

Marble Partners with Yelp Eat24 to Launch Robotic Last-Mile Deliveries In San Francisco

Autonomous Robots Support Local Business with Affordable On-Demand Delivery

Ironless linear motor - UC3 with an alternative cable output

When installing a drive, available power and various other factors play an important role. The cable outlet of the motor may be a decisive criterion, particularly when space is limited. For this reason the smallest ironless linear motor from Tecnotion -the UC3- is also available with a cable output in the travel direction.

Corning and PrecisionHawk Equip Researchers with a Platform for Collecting Hyperspectral Data with Drones

The high-performance platform lays the groundwork for creating extensive data libraries derived from hyperspectral imagery that could drive the future of commercial drone applications.

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