The Ideal Inductive Sensor for Robotic End Effectors - Balluff SuperShorty

Balluff's SuperShorty Inductive Sensors are extremely lightweight, and with diameters as small as 6.5mm and lengths as short as 6mm, they are the shortest inductive sensors on the market - making them ideal for robotic end effectors.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute to Compete in DARPA Robotics Challenge June 5-6, 2015

DARPA competition puts robots from 24 international teams through difficult tasks of mobility and manipulation; ultimate goal is to develop robots able to help humans in disasters.

A New Approach from Kardex Remstar to Minimizing Downtime in Highly Automated Operations

Automated storage and retrieval systems now support MRO activities in a small, compact footprint. Kardex Remstar products offer several ways to help reduce downtime in highly automated facilities.

At TU-Automotive Detroit, Velodyne LiDAR to Help Make Sense of Sensor-Driven Future for Autonomous Vehicles

Which Way for Sensors? Velodynes Wolfgang Juchmann to Offer LiDAR Market Leaders POV During Nations Biggest Connected Car Event

R.M. Hoffman Company designated official United States distributor for the Moenninghoff product line.

German-based Moenninghoff and R.M. Hoffman Company are introducing a new partnership that will bring Moenninghoff tooth clutch, high-precision voice coil actuator, and robust flexible coupling products to new markets.

Mouser Electronics Expands to Japan with Local Customer Service Center

Global Authorized Distributor Now Provides 21 Local Branches Across Three Continents

Robotics Teams Prepare to Compete for $1.5 Million in NASA Challenge

June 8-13 the fourth running of the NASA Sample Return Robot Challenge

Adept Technology Announces $8 Million Registered Direct Offering

Adept plans to use the net proceeds of the offering for working capital and general corporate purposes.

igus - The first self-lubricating plastic bearing for continuous high rotational speeds

The new iglide L500 material is suitable for applications in fans and electric motors, among others.

ADVANCED Motion Controls announces expanded micro Z-Drive capabilities

Available immediately are the AZBH10A4 and AZBD10A4 micro-sized analog plug-in brushless servo drives. These new models add Hall Velocity mode and Duty Cycle mode capabilities to the ┬ÁZ series. Pronounced 'micro-Z' these plug-in drives are the smallest off-the-shelf servo drives from ADVANCED Motion Controls and are designed for embedded applications in a wide range of industries including: Robotics, Lab Automation, Homeland Security/Military, Electric Mobility, Medical and Packaging. These micro sized servo drives are designed to drive brushless and brushed DC motors at a high switching frequency. To increase system reliability and to reduce cabling costs, the drives are designed for direct integration into your PCB. Weighing in at just 9 grams, these drives output 10A peak and 5A continuous and operate with a bus voltage range of 10-36VDC.

MUSCLE CORPORATION'S YUME ROBO WELCOMES ROBOT REVOLUTION EXHIBIT GUESTS AT MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY, CHICAGO

Exhibit Supported by Google.org Features Muscles Yume Robo and Begins National Tour in Chicago

BLUE OCEAN ROBOTICS, APS EXPANDS OPERATIONS INTO THE UNITED STATES

New U.S. Based Blue Ocean Robotics, LLC Opens Office in Cincinnati

24 of the World's Best Robots in Los Angeles Area to Compete in DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals

DARPA Robotics Challenge June 5-6, 2015 at The Fairplex, Pomona, California

Humanistic Robotics Teams up with DARPA to Elevate Safety at the Robotics Challenge Finals

Wireless Emergency Stop Technology Now Required for all Challenge Entries

Robotmaster now supporting Nachi brand of robots

Nachi is one of the major robot manufacturers in Japan and supporting them will allow Robotmaster to continue contributing to better productivity for programming welding as well as a variety of robotic applications.

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