ROSS' new modestly-priced Flow Control valves offers great value by replacing pricier controls with its high flow, compact, and low profile design.
50 Teams from Four Countries Participated, Including 44 from Arizona; Any Student Participating on a FIRST Team Eligible to Apply for Over $14M in Scholarships
Mouser caters to design engineers and buyers by delivering What's Next in advanced technologies
Choosing a CEO with international ties made sense for the Company, as advancements in robotics have caused renewed enthusiasm around the world and across a number of industries
Deal Gives the Micro-Robotics Firm Access To New Technologies in Automated Guidance Systems, Image Processing and Optical Control Systems
Record Participation with More than 135 Events and Activities Planned in all 50 States
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is leading an ambitious new project to reinvent how robots are designed and produced. Funded by a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the project will aim to develop a desktop technology that would make it possible for the average person to design, customize and print a specialized robot in a matter of hours. The project envisions a future desktop technology that prints actual programmable hybrid electro-mechanical devices from simple descriptions on-demand, anywhere, and with performance one would expect from a team of professional engineers, using advanced materials. The project aims to transform manufacturing as dramatically as the personal computer democratized information technology and transformed how we communicate.
Dynamic and safety-approved TRC worn by U.S. Army soldiers in combat operations
Rugged unit designed to TRL 9 eliminates all NRE and customization costs
Complex machines and systems require numerous sensors to detect the orientation and position of system parts and/or products. Conventional image processing systems are often too slow and inflexible if adaptable arrangement of measuring points and easy system conversion are required.
AeroVironment Unveils Modular Gimbaled Sensor Payload on RQ-11B Raven Small Unmanned Aircraft System
AeroVironment, Inc. today unveiled a new miniature gimbaled sensor payload on the battle-proven RQ-11B Raven small unmanned aircraft system at the Army Aviation Association of America Annual Professional Forum and Exposition.
With the WSG 50 from SCHUNK, the competence leader for clamping technology and gripping systems belongs to a new generation of mechatronic high-tech grippers.
Purpose-built facility offers the latest in robotic technology and customer support.
Sand Flea is an 11 pound robot that drives like an RC car on flat terrain, but can jump 30 ft into the air to overcome obstacles. That is high enough to jump over a compound wall, onto the roof of a house, up a set of stairs or into a second story window. The robot uses gyro stabilization to stay level during flight, to provide a clear view from the onboard camera, and to ensure a smooth landing. Sand Flea can jump about 25 times on one charge.
Freescale Semiconductor today announced significant enhancements to the Freescale Tower System mechatronics robot and board, a bipedal robot and development board that allows designers to write software for a variety of sensor applications while making a robot walk and respond to touch, motion, vibration, tilt and other external stimuli.
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Industrial Robotics - Featured Product
Easily integrate Gocator® 3D line profile and snapshot sensors with a variety of industrial robots to deliver high-performance 3D results in vision guidance, flexible inspection, material dispensing, and automated assembly with smart pick-and-place. Adding 3D vision to a robot turns repetitive, fixed motion into smart movement that can unlock greater value for your automation investment.