Microscan's AutoVISION™ technology aims to simplify the set-up and deployment of machine vision applications while providing users with a powerful tool set for reliable, high performance inspection and identification
It's also ideal for high-speed, high-velocity, medium-duty pick-and-place applications, painting and other related activities.
Rio Tinto invests US$518 million in autonomous trains for Pilbara iron ore rail network in Western Australia
Rio Tinto will run the world's first automated long-distance heavy-haul rail network, with a US$518 million investment (Rio Tinto share US$478 million) in driverless trains.
Leading Global Consumer Electronics Manufacturer Selects Adept for Capacity Expansion
HONEYWELL ADDS NEW FLOW RANGES TO ZEPHYRAIRFLOW SENSOR PORTFOLIO TO OPTIMIZE SYSTEMPERFORMANCE IN MEDICAL, INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
High Sensitivity at Very Low Flows Allow Detection of the Low Pressure Drops that Often Occur in Medical Applications
Flexomation Offers New Design for Micro Parts Feeding for Robotic Assembly and Material Handling Systems in the Medical and Electronics Industries
The New FX-MicroG feeder by Flexomation, LLC provides advanced feeding for a range of micro sized part types. Utilizing a precision glass feed surface, micro sized parts can be fed forward, backward and reoriented with the use of flipping action without the use of any tooling.
Addition of Dunkermotor intelligent servo motor, brushed DC motor and gearmotor solutions to complete South Eastern Pennsylvania distributor's motion control portfolio.
Particularly developed for motion control applications where space is critical, the new micro-sized intelligent drive - iPOS3602 MX - can be integrated (within seconds) to the user's motherboard or PCB machine.
President Obama has signed the FAA Modernization and Reform Act 2012. The bill will allow the FAA to rebuild its air traffic control system to the next generation technology which will include switching from radar to a GPS air traffic control system. The law will open up the skies to unmanned drones by September 2015. According to AUVSI (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International), major UAS provisions in the FAA bill include: Setting a 30 Sept., 2015 deadline for full integration of UAS into the national airspace Requiring a comprehensive integration plan within nine months Requiring the FAA to create a five-year UAS roadmap (which should be updated annually) Requiring small UAS (under 55 pounds) to be allowed to fly within 27 months Requiring six UAS test sites within six months (similar to the language in the already-passed defense bill) Requiring small UAS (under 55 pounds) be allowed to fly in the U.S. Arctic, 24 hours a day, beyond line-of-sight, at an altitude of at least 2,000 feet, within one year Requiring expedited access for public users, such as law enforcement, firefighters, emergency responders Allowing first responders to fly very small UAS (4.4 pounds or less) within 90 days if they meet certain requirements Requiring the FAA to study UAS human factors and causes of accidents
3D Surgical Solutions, LLC and Wheaton Franciscan-The Wisconsin Heart Hospital Campus announced that the first case ever using the Leonardo 3D Vision™ System was successfully conducted in a surgical robotic procedure.
Four New 2-Megapixel Cameras with GigE Vision Interfaces
We have been both strategic and aggressive in filing U.S. and international patent applications relating to key product features and innovations, and we have entered into partnerships that allow for the cross-licensing of product portfolios"
Military ground robots promise to provide the core technology for management of conflict as strict nationalism in military matters is being replaced by the new era of terrorist threats.
The highly configurable Honeywell RTY Series Hall Effect Rotary Position Sensor (absolute position sensing solution) provides an industry-leading 12 million cycle product life and eight operating ranges, up to 360°, that allows OEMs the range of travel needed for their applications. Designed for use in Harsh Industrial and Transportation Applications.
$13.9 million order is the largest in the company's history
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
DENSO is the world's largest manufacturer - and user - of small assembly robots, employing over 17,000 of its robots in its own facilities. Over 77,000 additional DENSO robots are used by other companies worldwide. The compact, high-speed robots are used in traditional manufacturing sectors, as well as in advanced-technology applications in the medical, pharmaceutical and life sciences industries. Learn more about DENSO Robotics