NASA and The Cleantech Open Partner in Robotics Challenge

NASA has selected The Cleantech Open of Redwood, Calif., to manage the agency's Night Rover Challenge that will culminate in a competition in fall 2012

MISUMI'S INNOVATIVE WEB SERVICES HELP MACHINE DESIGNERS SAVE TIME, INCREASE EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY

MISUMI USA, Inc., a subsidiary of MISUMI Corporation, part of MISUMI Group, Inc., will highlight two recently introduced Web services at the Design & Manufacturing Midwest show in Chicago, September 20-22.

Ultimate Linings Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Certification

Ultimate Linings is leader in sales and distribution of high quality polyurethane,polyurea and hybrid products for various industrial coating requirements.

Five Companies Join Rockwell Automation Encompass Program

Two product suppliers have joined the Rockwell Automation Encompass third-party product referencing program in the Americas region, while an additional three companies have been named global partners.

ABB to control pulp and paper plant in India

ABB won an order worth more than $15 million to supply integrated automation and power equipment and related engineering and commissioning services to JK Paper Ltd for its expansion project.

PCL and Toyota Code Sprint 2011

PCL Code Sprints are intended to rapidly advance the capabilities of the Point Cloud Library in a certain area/subject by offering stipends to talented student developers and pairing them with knowledgeable mentors for several months of accelerated software development

Microscan's Vision HAWK Smart Camera Brings Robust Vision Inspection to Packaging Operations

Microscan announces the new Vision HAWK smart camera. Built rugged packaging and production environments, the fully-integrated vision system will be demonstrated at the company's booth, #6145, at next week's Pack Expo 2011, taking place in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Sept. 26-28.

Freescale Selects Mentor Graphics to Develop Software Libraries for Enhanced AltiVec Engine

Highly advanced software intended to optimize performance of Freescale's QorIQ AMP processors

Thien eDrives Cuts Electric Motor Controller Development Time in Half with Model-Based Design

MathWorks Code Generation Tools for TI's C2000 MCU Speed Progress from First Prototype to Final Series

Edward T. Lu, NASA Astronaut and Renowned Astrophysicist Joins Liquid Robotics

Liquid Robotics, Inc., an ocean data services provider and developer of the first wave-powered Wave Glider marine robot, today announced that Edward (Ed) T. Lu, formerly of Google and NASA, has joined the company as chief of innovative applications.

JAI releases two quad-tap cameras

JAI announced two 2-megapixel industrial grade cameras which offer high resolution and CCD-quality images at faster frame rates than typical CCD cameras.

RMT Robotics signs distributor in India

RMT Robotics entered into an agreement with Larsen & Toubro's LTM Business Unit (LTM), giving exclusive rights for the promotion and sale of the ADAM AMR (Autonomous Mobile Robot) products and solutions within India.

SMIT Expands Global Fleet with Schilling HD ROVs

Schilling Robotics, LLC, experts in subsea systems, announced today the order for two (2) Heavy-Duty (HD) ROV systems from maritime operator SMIT.

Adept Technology Reduces the Cost and Complexity of Automating Packaging

OctoMation Robotic Workforce Simplifies the Packaging of Fresh Produce and Processed Foods

Timberland Says 'Perfect Fit' to Kiva Systems for Multi-channel Retail Fulfillment Solution

Company Chooses Mobile-robotic Approach for Increased Flexibility

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