RSLogix 5000 Software from Rockwell Automation Empowers New Series of Scalable Control System Offerings for Smaller Applications
New features of Rockwell Software RSLogix 5000 software create a highly intuitive design environment for the Rockwell Automation Integrated Architecture system
New Sensing and Control Website Includes Powerful Product Finder and Distributor Inventory Search Features.
Toshiba Machine announces THL Series of low-cost and lightweight SCARA Robots. The THL Series consists of three SCARA robot models, each uniquely offered at the same price point.
Mobile-Robotics Selected for 'Ship-to-Store' Efficiency and Accuracy
DIY Drones is an excellent community site for amateur unmanned vehicle development. Using Arduino as a foundation they have created the ArduPilotMega universal autopilot autopilot hardware. It combines sophisticated IMU-based autopilot electronics with free Arduino-based autopilot software that can turn any RC vehicle into a fully-autonomous UAV. The software is open source and currently has three variations: Arduplane, for any fixed-wing aircraft, Arducopter, for any rotary-wing aircraft, and ArduRover, for any ground or water-based vehicle. The site has an active forum as well as a store where you can purchase all the ArduPilot Mega Controller, other Arduino hardware or complete Drone kits.
CSWorks Inc. announced today that the latest release of its HMI/SCADA/M2M software framework expands its customer reach by including Modbus to the list of supported protocols
Point Grey Launches High Definition 2.8 Megapixel FireWire Camera, Sets New Standard for CCD Sensitivity
Point Grey, a world leader in advanced digital imaging products, today announced the addition of new 2.8 megapixel models to its Grasshopper Express IEEE 1394b (FireWire-b) digital cameras series.
Cross-platform software and sensor payload to enable autonomous vehicle operations up to 100 KPH by significantly increasing high-speed obstacle detection range.
STMicroelectronics has unveiled a smart suit prototype with sewn-in new multi-sensor ST iNEMO® motion co-processor that recognize complex movements of the wearer’s body and translate them to a digital model with outstanding precision and speed. The current-generation prototype of ST’s body-motion reconstruction suit demonstrates the optimal performance of the miniaturized iNEMO multi-sensor nodes attached on each arm, forearm, thigh, calf, and two on the back; additional nodes can be mounted on hands, on shoes or on the head. Tests with realistic, complex human body motions have proven the outstanding precision and speed of ST’s body-motion reconstruction suit, with deviation in spatial accuracy below 0.5 degrees during movements and the time needed to process and apply the sensor data to the skeleton model less than 15 milliseconds.
Rockwell Automation introduces On-Machine Motor Controller. Machine builders can now offer customers a compact distributed motor controller that easily installs on the machine without an enclosure, and quickly connects to the enterprise network, thanks to the new family of Allen-Bradley ArmorStart LT distributed motor controllers from Rockwell Automation.
The Industrial Automation Group of Advantech introduces two new Embedded Automation Computers, the UNO-3072A and UNO-3074A with Intel Atom D510 processor.
EPSON Robots introduces version 5.4 of EPSON RC+ 5.0, a development environment now featuring the EPSON RC+ Simulator.
According to a new Latitude study, Robots @ School, robots are helping to reveal a potential shift in kids' social and learning psychologies, suggesting new opportunities for educators and technologists to better address common hurdles children encounter in the learning process to inspire self-direction and creative risk-taking and to enhance kids' experiences with technology more broadly.
Accuray Extends Availability of CyberKnife Radiosurgery to Cancer Patients in Additional Emerging Markets
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The ST Robotics Workspace Sentry robot and area safety system are based on a small module that sends an infrared beam across the workspace. If the user puts his hand (or any other object) in the workspace, the robot stops using programmable emergency deceleration. Each module has three beams at different angles and the distance a beam reaches is adjustable. Two or more modules can be daisy chained to watch a wider area. "A robot that is tuned to stop on impact may not be safe. Robots where the trip torque can be set at low thresholds are too slow for any practical industrial application. The best system is where the work area has proximity detectors so the robot stops before impact and that is the approach ST Robotics has taken," states President and CEO of ST Robotics David Sands.