QUAN: The Robotics Age Has Already Begun

Emerging robotics company Quantum International Corp. plans to capitalize on the quiet rise of the robots by delivering powerful new innovations to an international market.

QinetiQ North America Wins 2012 Counter-IED Robotics Challenge

Bobcat Engineer Wins JIEDDO Contest at U.S. Army's Robotics Rodeo

Strong growth in ABB Robotics brings jobs, facility expansion in Michigan

More than 100 employees and 145,000 sq ft added at ABB's Auburn Hills, facility

QUAN: New iPad-Controlled Robots May Help Kids With Autism

Because children with autism are sometimes more likely to communicate with a non-human entity, Popchilla can serve as a bridge between autistic kids and the outside world.

Elbit Systems of America Showcases the Skylark® I-LE Block II at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems North America 2012

The Skylark® I-LE Block II offers cutting edge technology designed to assist warfighters, homeland security agents and local civil servants in fulfilling close range, tactical missions.

Gamma Two Robotics Announces Product Launch of Vigilus Security Robot

The "Vigilus MCS" will debut at the American Society for Industrial Security's annual conference and trade show, September 10, in Philadelphia, PA

NEANY Inc. to Unveil New System at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems North America 2012

New Unmanned Surface Vehicle, Arrow UAV, and Ground Control System will be on display

Rajant to Exhibit its Kinetic Mesh Technology at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems North America 2012

Rajant solutions are based on the proven Rajant BreadCrumb® wireless, portable mesh networking nodes and InstaMesh software, which enable continuous and instantaneous routing of wireless and wired connections.

QUAN: The iPad Era of Robotics Has Arrived

A new wave of robotics taking advantage of the iPad's ease of use and processing power is coming, and Quantum is well-positioned to help bring these innovations to market.

FUNCTIONAL SAFETY CAPABILITY ELEVATES VERSATILE DECENTRALIZED DRIVE SYSTEM TO NEW PERFORMANCE LEVEL

Many machine builders like decentralized motion control solutions because they simplify machine design and assembly.

GstarCAD Attracts Much Attention at India-International Build Expo-2012

Recently, GstarCAD makes its public appearance at India-International Build Expo-2012. Visitors were impressed by the capability of GstarCAD for helping them realize their designs in the real world.

2012 Engelberger Robotics Awards to be Presented to Richard Litt and Martin Buehler

At a special ceremony on Thursday, August 30 in Taipei, Taiwan, during the 43rd International Symposium on Robotics (August 29-31, 2012).

Hood Technology to Feature Advanced Stabilized Imaging Systems for Small UAVs at AUVSI 2012

Extremely low size, weight and power (low SWaP) intelligence, surveillance & reconnaissance payloads will be demonstrated at AUVSI in HoodTech's booth #4615.

Commercial Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Market to See Explosive Growth, Increase Over 700% by 2018

As UAS technology trickles down from the military into commercial applications, know which sectors are poised to grow the fastest will help businesses stay ahead of the market and capitalize on the coming expansion.

Northrop Grumman, U.S. Navy Conduct First East Coast Flight of X-47B Autonomous Unmanned Aircraft

Flight Adds Momentum to Team's Preparations for Carrier Suitability Testing

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