55 up-and-coming robotics firms from 21 countries worldwide are taking part in Innoechos Call for Startups 2015. Judged by a panel of 6 investors from around the globe, the 5 selected companies, each in business for less than 5 years, will be given a free booth at Innorobo 2015.
Automate 2015, Booth #640, McCormick Place North, Chicago, Illinois, March 23-26
Remove uncured SL material and residue from printed pieces quickly and thoroughly with a parts washer, rather than time-consuming hand cleaning. Let Graymills develop the system that will enhance your efficiency and improve product output.
Electroadhesion-based grippers offer solutions for handling fabric, apparel, composite fibers, solar cell components, and mobile devices
Robotics and distribution expert brings 20 years of experience in key markets to RIA leadership position
Trimble Introduces Land Forming Solution to Optimize Field Surfaces for Agricultural Irrigation and Drainage
Solution Addresses Underperforming Areas While Controlling Costs and Minimizing Earthworks
Eight organizations get the thumbs up to develop real-world technologies that would improve prostheses effectiveness and amputees quality of life
Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire have developed a prototype of a social robot which supports independent living for the elderly, working in partnership with their relatives or carers. The robot uses a state of the art service platform called Care-O-bot 3 and works within a smart-home environment.
Craig Kemp leads all U.S. powertrain systems sales efforts, and provides North American sales support to Güdel Automation
Sixteen teams have made it to the finals of a NASA and National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) engineering design competition that challenges university students to think about the conditions astronauts will face as they venture beyond low Earth orbit.
BitFlow, Inc., a leading global innovator in machine vision, will demonstrate the advanced capabilities of its Cyton™ and Karbon™ CoaXPress (CXP) frame grabbers, showcasing this technology's speed and efficiency, at Automate 2015, North America's broadest automation solutions trade show and conference.
New eMMC card, SATA Express and PCIe products as well as vertical market solutions will be displayed and demoed at annual embedded system trade fair
A Flyweight with Heavyweight Performance
"Yaskawa Motoman is pleased to support these teams efforts for the Amazon Picking Challenge"
California-based Pertexa launches advanced medical technology in robotics and medical productivity software highlighting the state's status as tech leader
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The Model TR1 Tru-Trac™ linear measurement solution is a versatile option for tracking velocity, position, or distance over a wide variety of surfaces. An integrated encoder, measuring wheel, and spring-loaded torsion arm in one, compact unit, the Model TR1 is easy to install. The spring-loaded torsion arm offers adjustable torsion load, allowing the Model TR1 to be mounted in almost any orientation - even upside-down. The threaded shaft on the pivot axis is field reversible, providing mounting access from either side. With operating speeds up to 3000 feet per minute, a wide variety of configuration options - including multiple wheel material options - and a housing made from a durable, conductive composite material that minimizes static buildup, the Model TR1 Tru-Trac™ is the ideal solution for countless applications.