Removing the Roadblocks of Machine to Machine Communication in Manufacturing

Solving the challenge of data interoperability exists for the IT function in many situations. For the connected factory this means enabling the flow of information between machines, which in the past has been easier said than done.

CarSmartt® (OTC-CRSM) Announces Partnership With Archer Robotics, LLC. And Aitheon Blockchain To Develop Self Driving Cars Fleet For Delivering Of Packages

The alliance will allow Aitheon and CarSmartt to test and proceed with a packages delivery service that will use a fleet of blockchain-operated, driverless vehicles controlled by artificial intelligence. In the months ahead, the partnership will roll out domestically in Las Vegas, Nevada, followed by Miami, Florida.

Humatics & Hangar Partner to Deliver Precision Autonomous Drone Navigation

Microlocation services to support autonomous drones in Smart Cities and other challenging environments

Diakont Awarded for Nuclear Industry Innovation for Robotic Buried Pipe Inspection

Diakont received an innovation award for robotic buried pipe inspection during this year's Nuclear Energy Assembly, hosted by the Nuclear Energy Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. The Nuclear Energy Institute is the nuclear energy industry's policy organization.

ETH Hyperloop project takes advantage of innovative Stäubli connectors

On May 23, the veil of secrecy around the new Swissloop Pod for the Swiss ETH team's entry in Elon Musk's "2018 Hyperloop Pod Competition" was lifted in Zürich

Makeblock's mBot Series Robots Accredited for Quality Education by Kokoa Education Standard

Makeblock announced that its mBot series STEAM education products received accreditation from the Finnish education standard agency Kokoa, and thus Makeblock became the first Chinese educational robotics company ever accredited by Kokoa.

Tennibot Serves an Ace on Kickstarter, with Presales Surpassing $60,000 for the World's First Robotic Tennis Ball Collector

Just three weeks remain for tennis players, coaches and tennis clubs to get their very own Tennibot at highly discounted early-bird Kickstarter pricing. Tennibot lets players focus on tennis while it uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to retrieve tennis balls.

Using CNNs in Cars

Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are going to play a crucial role in the development of self-driving cars. Applications include driver alertness monitoring, driver gaze tracking, seat occupancy and more

PINC recognized as standout exhibitor during MODEX 2018

Independent consulting firm, Competitive Edge, on behalf of MHI, selects PINC as standout exhibit during MODEX 2018.

Washington State to Host International Underwater Robotics Competition

Imagine being surrounded by towering mountains and rich vegetation all while using highly-crafted underwater robots to locate a simulated long-lost airplane wreckage at the bottom of a swimming pool. That will be a reality for students from around the world at the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) and its' sister organization, MATE Inspiration for Innovation (MATE II) Center's 17th annual international student underwater robotics competition, June 21-23, at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington.

1st Annual AI/Robotics Venture Fair Brings Over 100 Investors to Pittsburgh

1st Annual AI/Robotics Venture Fair brings over 100 investors to Pittsburgh

19-Year-Old Engineer Builds Autonomous Window Cleaner for Commercial Buildings

Oliver Nicholls of Sydney, Australia, Wins $75,000 Top Prize at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

GigE Vision camera firmware 1.5 with new trigger modes and pulse width modulation

With the current GigE Vision firmware release, version 1.5, IDS has as always focused on making functions as useful and simple as possible. The new Trigger Controlled Exposure Mode was therefore integrated according to the Vision standard, but at the same time extended to ensure reliable camera operation even at the limits.

Rutgers Researchers Create a 3D-Printed Smart Gel That Walks Underwater, Moves Objects

The watery creation could lead to soft robots that mimic sea animals like the octopus, which can walk underwater and bump into things without damaging them.

MIT Technology Review Announces Speakers, Partners for EmTech Next Conference June 4-5

The conference will convene innovators, entrepreneurs and business leaders to discuss how technology will impact the future of work.

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