Software - The Next Generation of Vehicle Architecture

The role of automotive software has changed profoundly in recent years. Software is now being used and is relied upon for critical operations that were previously being performed by hardware.

Linux-based Software for Automation

Linux has a lot to offer the automation industry. It is a stable and scalable alternative to Windows operating systems that allows for arguably greater connectivity between devices and systems.

Qualcomm Launches World's First 5G and AI-Enabled Robotics Platform

The Platform Facilitates Accelerated Development of Innovative, Power-Efficient, High Computing Robots and Drones for Enterprise, Industrial and Professional Service Applications.

Bringing Advanced Automation To Automotive Industry

In a recent project for Mercedes-Benz (Daimler AG) RobCo S.W.A.T. used RoboDK software to simulate ABB and Motoman robots working on a range of automotive manufacturing tasks including assembly and painting.

Robotic Automation is Reshaping The Future of Mobile Apps

Some new technologies helped the evolution of mobile apps towards automation. It all started with the advanced data analytics engines and APIs incorporated by enterprise app developers to address user needs more precisely and contextually.

Is Software the Future of Robotics?

Robots and software work hand in hand, but what does this mean in concrete terms? How is software essential for robots? Why and how is it necessary to develop software specifically adapted to robotic applications? What are the future trends in software for robotics?

FABTECH Expo Q&A with OCTOPUZ Inc.

Visit the OCTOPUZ team at FABTECH 2019 in Booth B23113 to be the first to see what's new with the industry-defining OCTOPUZ Offline Robot Programming Software! In the meantime, be sure to stay tuned to our social media networks and website for more information.

Designing Advanced Robotic Systems: Six Questions to Ask About the Software Powering Your Robots

Like smartphones and PCs, robotics began as a hardware revolution, but today, software is the force that's reshaping the industry. Are you ready? Here are six crucial questions every company needs to ask about the software behind their robotic solutions

The Robust Hardware Design and Robotic Software Lies at the Heart of Efficient Robotic Drilling Applications

Presently, end-user industries such as oil & gas, construction, manufacturing, aerospace, and healthcare industries are witnessing significant traction for high precision automated drilling robots.

Using AI to Train Robots

As a human, you have an intuition about how a good movement looks. Transferring that intuition to the robot happens more naturally through guiding than through writing a sequence of motor control commands.

Wandelbots wants to reinvent the way we program robots

Darrell Etherington for TechCrunch: Its first product is a sensor-laden suit that a person can wear to demonstrate actions so that a robot can then replicate what they do.

The Software-Based Platform for Motion Control, Machine Vision, and Programmable Logic Controllers

Besides being expensive and proprietary, migrating to newer products is challenging when hardware components are involved.

New Software to Coordinate Entire Work Cell

This new software is the first of its kind to connect all of your devices from a single controller, which extends the smart, flexible power of our robots to the entire work cell and provides unparalleled speed to deployment.

RTOS 101: Semaphores and Queues

The use of a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is increasingly common in embedded software designs.

AI-powered Motion

Unlike other solutions, AImotive's full stack software uses the power of artificial intelligence to "see" fine detail and predict behavior, making it easier to manage common driving concerns such as poor visibility and adverse conditions.

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