Self-Flying, Throw-and-Shoot, Lily Camera Is Unveiled

Pre-Ordering Available May 12

Teradyne and Universal Robots Announce Agreement for Teradyne to Acquire Universal Robots, Leader in Collaborative Robots

Collaborative Robotics is an emerging $100 million market with forecasted rapid growth ---Universal Robots is the leader in collaborative robots with over 4,000 units sold ---Establishes Teradyne position early in a high growth segment of industrial automation ---Teradyne provides revenue synergies, financial strength and global reach to accelerate Universal Robots growth --- Cash only transaction using offshore funds, immediately accretive

GrandeSoft Signs on as OCTOPUZ Reseller

GrandeSoft will offer customers a unique manufacturing tool designed to improve efficiencies, reduce costs and increase productivity.

Güdel Introduces New and Improved High Payload Gantry Robots

Slimmer machine profile has higher payload capacity, improved repeatability and easier access for maintenance with new linear motion technology.

Baxter 'Breaks the Mold' at Crescent Industries to Drive Consistency and Flexibility

Rethink Robotics' Baxter Feeds and Unloads Custom Injection Molding Press

Video - Axium's Robotic Rotary Welder for Zeta Tank

This cell is divided into 4 stations: A manual loading/unloading station and three process stations where tank openings are cut and numerous components welded on.

Technological Innovation in Health Tech, Robotics and Smart Sensors Take Stage at HAX's Sixth Demo Day

Fifteen Startups Unveiled New Hardware Products Intended to Disrupt the IoT, Health and Wellness Industries during HAX Accelerator Demo Day

CEA Applauds Introduction of Senate UAS Legislation

CEA market research expects 2015 to be a defining year for unmanned systems, with the category ideally positioned for steady growth.

Robotmaster Enhances Integrated Workflow Capabilities with New Features for Robotics Users

Robotmaster releases V6.2! Version 6.2 will be at least three times faster than previous versions.

Announcing the 2015 Soft Robotics Competitions!

The 2015 Prize for Contributions in Soft Robotics rewards academic researchers for sharing their work and advancing the field. The competitions include $10,000 in prizes!

AUVSI 2015 - Robotics Poised to Revolutionize Manufacturing, Daily Life, Speaker Says

Automation will lead to other revolutions in electronic commerce.

Tern Tech Offshoots Show Potential for New UAS Capabilities at Sea

DARPA aiming to share breakthrough, low-cost technologies to improve launch and retrieval of unmanned aerial systems and maritime situational awareness

SURFCAM Featured May 12-14 at EASTEC 2015

The 2015 edition offers over 500 exhibitors

KUKA Systems Aerospace wins helicopter industry innovation award

KUKA's concept for the new Bell 525 is a major departure in assembling rotary-wing aircraft.

'First heavy-duty collaborative robot' can lift 35kg

Fanuc claims that it is the first robot manufacturer to produce a heavy-duty robot designed to work safely alongside humans. Its CR-35iA robot can perform tasks involving payloads of up to 35kg without needing the protective guards and fences that have previously been needed for robots with similar lifting capacities. Although there are already several other collaborative robots on the market, most are designed for much lower payloads. The new robot will stop automatically if it touches a human operator. A soft covering material also reduces the force of any impacts and prevents human operators from being pinched by the mechanism. And if the robot comes too close to an operator, they can simply push it away. The covering has a green colour to distinguish it from Fanuc’s usual yellow robots. The six-axis robot is designed for duties such as transferring heavy workpieces or assembling parts. By avoiding the need for safety barriers, it is claimed to improve production efficiencies and allow higher levels of automation.  

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