Mecademic robots achieve sense of touch with Bota sensors

Mecademic's plug-and-play micro-automation robots are designed for precision applications in areas such as component manufacturing. To give its robots the required sense of touch, Mecademic has focused on perfecting the use of force torque sensors from Bota Systems.

Robotics: the next evolution in the operating room

Medical technology relies on FAULHABER not only in robot-supported procedures. For example, drive systems are used in implantable heart pumps, surgical hand tools, in ophthalmology, in cosmetics and in medical imaging and image processing.

On the Horizon: A Robot to Assist ALS Patients

CART will learn from only a few examples in an interactive manner by actively prompting the caregiver for demonstration examples as the robot needs, and thereby not overly burdening the caregiver.

Exploring the Future of Machined Exoskeleton Technology in Medical Rehabilitation

The future of aluminum exoskeleton robot technology holds great promise in the medical rehabilitation industry.

A remote solution to safety concerns - Remote controlled robots improve precision and worker safety

From bomb disposal and construction site monitoring to surveillance and firefighting, remote controlled robots allow humans to act in hazardous situations without putting themselves in harm's way.

For Next-generation Surgical Robots, Minimize the Axial Length of Your Robotic Joints

Standalone arms provide much greater flexibility in positioning compared to the conventional design, allowing multiple arms to be aligned in a plane much closer to parallel. To further approach the parallel ideal, the bulk of each arm must be minimized.

Consumers are Ready for a Robot-Assisted World

Leveraging innovations in machine intelligence, environmental sensing and automation, leading technology manufacturers are now selling a variety of autonomous mobile robots capable of assisting consumer-facing workers with an approachable, friendly design.

Motors and Motion Control Technologies in Orthopedic Surgical Robotics

Motors found inside orthopedic tools normally serve as the primary power source for driving devices like bone saws, drills or shavers. In these variable speed applications, motors need to be exceptionally small in diameter, lightweight & capable of running at high speed.

Robotic pipe crawlers using maxon DC motors

The crawlers access pipe sections with multiple bends, elbows and vertical sections, previously thought to be unreachable, up to 1km+ from point of entry. The award winning weld inspection system collects visual and dimensional information.

6-axis robots for injection molding open possibilities for manufacturers

6-axis robots in particular, aside from being among the most widely-used industrial machines in general, have become known as the trusted workhorse of injection molding loading and unloading.

Sales of Robots for the Service Sector Grew by 37% Worldwide

Sales of professional service robots rose by an impressive 37% in 2021. At the same time, sales of new consumer service robots grew by 9%.

Challenges faced by drones in healthcare - Drones can help improve healthcare, but it is still a new technology

Simulation models show that this new mode of transport could have huge cost advantages, with savings between 20 and 50 per cent compared to traditional multi-tiered land transport systems.

How Robots Are Redefining Health Care: 6 Recent Innovations

Medical robots can help fill in the gaps and transform the healing process for patients and caretakers alike. Some incredible innovations have been made over recent years that are allowing medical robots to revolutionize healthcare.

Novanta Partners with MassRobotics to Advance Next Generation of Robotics

Novanta business units Celera Motion and ATI Industrial Automation will collaborate with MassRobotics to enable new innovations in medical/surgical robotics and other applications

Hyundai Motor Group Completes Acquisition of Boston Dynamics from SoftBank

With Boston Dynamics, the Group will create a robotics value chain, from robot component manufacturing to smart logistics solutions

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Faster, more efficient, more sustainable - due to global competition in industry combined with booming online trade, transport structures in intralogistics are facing new challenges. The industries' answer: Automation. From storage to shipping, key work steps are being taken over by intelligent logistics robots, such as automatic storage and retrieval machines and driverless transport systems. To work efficiently and reliably around the clock, these robots need flexible and particularly compact drive solutions.