Automate 2015 - Plug Power Exhibits Complete GenKey Solution at ProMat 2015 Tradeshow

ProMat 2015 tradeshow taking place March 23-26 at Chicago's McCormick Place South.

Integrated Computing Performance in New Low Power SBCs from Aitech

T4 QorIQ processors with trust architecture provide heightened data security

KUKA Robotics Corporation Showcases Innovative Space Saving Robotic Solutions at NPE 2015

Discover innovative robotics in space and cost saving applications in the KUKA Robotics booth # 7271 at NPE 2015 Orlando, FL March 23rd - March 27th 2015

AutonomouStuff develops a sales and support relationship with Mobileye

Allows AutonomouStuff to supply Mobileye's 560 Extended Log Camera Development Kit.

Automate 2015 - Harry Major Machine Debuts Cable-less Gantry Technology for North America at Automate 2015

The technology is the first of its kind available in North America.

Monoprice's $699.99 Dual Extrusion Printer

From Monoprice: $699. Quickly sold out though. New stock ETA 5/25/2015 ( monoprice order page )

Is A Sperm Robot Coming To You?

Single-cell management has traditionally been accomplished with pipettes, optical tweezers, or specialized small volume designs. Now, other bio-inspired methods rely on controlling applied magnetic forces, such as the wireless control of microrobots.

Artoo: Ruby on Robots

From Artoo, a ruby framework, that supports 15 platforms including ARrone, Crazyflie, Sphero, and Arduino: Modular Example require 'artoo/robot' SPHEROS = ["4567", "4568", "4569", "4570", "4571"] class SpheroRobot < Artoo::Robot   connection :sphero, :adaptor => :sphero   device :sphero, :driver => :sphero   work do     every(3.seconds) do       sphero.roll 90, rand(360)     end   end end robots = [] SPHEROS.each {|p|   robots << SpheroRobot.new(:connections =>                                {:sphero =>                                  {:port => p}}) } SpheroRobot.work!(robots) more information ( here ) and at ( github )

Innodisk Unveils DDR4 Memory for Industrial Applications on Upcoming Skylake Platform

A Full Range of DDR4 UDIMM and SO-DIMM Modules Available for the Next Generation of Embedded Systems

Automate 2015 - KUKA Robotics Corporation Debuts the LBR iiwa to North America at Automate 2015

Automate is the largest solutions-based showcase of automation technologies in North America.

Automate 2015 - Datalogic Unveils the UniQ Laser Marker at Automate 2015

Datalogic will be exhibiting in booth #682 at Automate 2015, the largest solutions-based showcase of automation technologies in North America, held March 23-26 at Chicago's McCormick Place

Automate 2015 - Rethink Robotics Unveils Its Newest Smart, Collaborative Robot

Sawyer is a high performance robot designed for machine tending and other precise applications

Novotechnik - New High Reliability Angle Sensors

These sensors are ideal for industrial, medical and off-highway vehicle applications

Automate 2015 - Universal Robots launches UR3 - the world's most flexible, light-weight table-top robot to work alongside humans

The Danish pioneer of collaborative robots has created a new, smaller robot for light assembly tasks and automated workbench scenarios. The U.S. launch of the UR3 will be at Automate 2015 - Chicago, March 23.

Automate 2015 - Teledyne DALSA Showcases Latest Advances in Vision Components and Solutions at Automate 2015

March 23-26, 2015 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

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