Robotnik's Mobile Manipulator RB-1

From Smashing Robotics: Spanish company Robotnik introduced earlier this week their very own RB-1 mobile manipulator. The robot is designed for indoor use in household as well as professional environments, and is brought to life by using well known Dynamixel Pro series servo actuators which add up to 13 degrees of freedom (DOF), depending on variant. It is well suited for remote manipulation or human assistance applications and can be fully autonomous or manually controlled... ( full article ) ( datasheet )

Intelligrated promotes Tracy Perdue to sales manager for southern regional sales and operations

Material handling automation, warehouse software and systems integration expert to lead regional sales team

Automate 2015 - SMAC to Present Direct Drive Robotic Finger at Automate 2015

SMAC Moving Coil Actuators will unveil the first commercial direct drive robotic finger at Automate 2015. The finger will be on display at booth #488 and copy president, Ed Neff, will participate in the seminar, A Look at Leading Robotics Research on March 23rd, 1:30pm. During this talk, Mr. Neff will go into detail about how SMAC approached the challenge of a direct drive robotic finger and answer questions from the audience.

Automate 2015 - Robotmaster at Automate 2015

Jabez Technologies will be exhibiting at Automate 2015 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL from March 23rd - 26th! Come and meet with us at Booth #270 to hear more about our robot programming technologies!

Pleora Introduces First Video Interface Products for Extreme Environments

Showcasing at Vision China, industrial-grade video interfaces support high-reliability GigE Vision® and USB3 Vision™ video transmission in hostile -40°C to +60°C operating conditions

Global Industrial Robots and Material Handling Conveyor Growth in 2015

From increased sales and installations to more affordable robots and quicker ROIs, all evidence points to the multi-billion dollar market of industrial robotics continuing to grow for years to come.

Robots at ProMat to Feature Indian AGVs for the First Time

Hi-Tech Robotic Systemz is making its North American debut at ProMat 2015 (booth #5521) in Chicago, IL, with a focus on automating e-commerce fulfillment centers.

Kickstarter - RoboCORE has almost reached their goal of raising $50,000 on Kickstarter

With RoboCORE, anyone can build their own personal robot.

LEGO Education Demos LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 App at SXSWedu 2015

The LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 platform, a full teaching solution that engages students in a number of key curriculum areas such as computer science, science, technology, engineering, and math correlated to national standards, now has an app to make it even easier to get started using robotics. ----The LEGO Education EV3 Programming App provides easy access to the EV3 platform and enables teachers and students to take advantage of the intuitiveness and mobility of tablets, allowing for greater flexibility, simplicity, and quick access to manageable curriculum-relevant programming content. ----Currently, the app is only compatible with iOS-based tablets and is available this March via the Apple iTunes app store and LEGO Education downloads. Versions in other languages will be available in June 2015.

IMTS Post Show Report Points to Strong Long Term Results

The 30th edition of the Show was the fourth largest IMTS in history and the largest six-day Show ever with registration of 114,147 representing 112 countries.

Company Overcomes Manpower Problems with New Automated Stacking System

With the robotic board handling system, the company increased production an average of 20-30 percent and as high as 60 percent on some products.

Industrial Robotics Market Expected To Exceed USD 40 Billion by 2020: Grand View Research, Inc.

Grand View Research.com has announced the addition of "Industrial Robotics Market Analysis And Segment Forecasts To 2020" Market Research report to their Database.

Global Underwater Robotics Market Size & Growth Report 2015-2019 : Radiant Insights, Inc

RadiantInsights.com include new market research report on "Underwater Robotics Market Size, Share, Trneds & Analysis Report up to 2015" to its huge collection of research reports.

ROBOCHOP: Interactive Installation Allows Internet Users Worldwide to Remotely Control a Pop-up Robotic Plant

From Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram: From March 16-20, 2015 internet users and visitors to CODE_n (Hall 16) at CeBit in Hanover will be able to use an online app connected to the ROBOCHOP installation to design and fabricate a piece of furniture in real time. The ROBOCHOP interface lets participants instruct a robotic arm to grab and sculpt a prefabricated 40 x 40 x 40cm durable foam cube using a floor mounted hot wire tool to create the object of their choice. The pop-up robotic plant has been conceptualised, coded and built by KRAM/WEISSHAAR. ROBOCHOP features a needle gripper as the robot’s hand, coaxial cooling of the cutting wire and sensors to measure the wire’s tension and provide direct feedback to the system. This harnesses the robot’s brute force and allows it to sculpt hundreds of unique objects consecutively with elegance and precision. Once manufacturing is complete, each custom object is packaged and posted to the user anywhere in the world entirely free of charge... ( full release ) ( homepage )  

ROBOCHOP by Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram

Large scale interactive installation allows internet users worldwide to remotely control a pop-up robotic plant at CODE_n 15.

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